Consistent Inconsistency: Parenting a child with prenatal substance exposure

Raising a child with prenatal alcohol or drug exposure comes with unique joys and challenges. For some children, the impact may be minimal or short-term. For many, however, the impact is profound and lifelong. With the right information and tools, you can help your child reach their fullest potential. Come learn about prenatal substance exposure- prevalence, identification, effects on development, learning, and behavior, and strategies to address some of the more common challenges. And, most importantly, how to view the disability through a lens that will save your sanity!

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Michelle Stiller Bradley, MA, LMHCA, Director of Programs & Services at Wonderland Child & Family Services, has been working in social services for nearly 30 years. While overseeing the early intervention program at Wonderland, Michelle developed a special interest in best practices for serving children with prenatal substance exposure. She has channeled this passion, and her personal experience raising a child with FASD, into developing Wonderland’s Hope RISING Clinic for Prenatal Substance Exposure, an innovative diagnostic and treatment center in the greater Seattle area.

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