Start by marking Drug Exposed Infants and Their Families: Coordinating .
Start by marking Drug Exposed Infants and Their Families: Coordinating Responses of the Legal, Medical, and Child Protection System as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Moreover, prenatal and postnatal drug treatment for mothers and their infants is currently more cost-efficient than long-term foster care, group nursery, adoption, and parental involvement in the criminal justice system. Finally, it is best to avoid the criminal prosecution of pregnant drug abusers due to both the legal complexities and its deterrent effect on good health care rather than on fetal abuse.
The classification of infants and young children as prenatally . substance exposure, their families, and their workers.
The classification of infants and young children as prenatally cocaine-exposed does not constitute a coherent cluster of either biological or behavioral characteristics. Hence, the construct of cocaine babies that has received considerable attention in the popular and professional press is neither descriptive nor predictive of behavior. Those who were better organized to support infant development had infants who performed better on global developmental assessments.
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Title: Effectiveness of Early Intervention with Children Prenatally Exposed to Cocaine: Replication with Multiple Cohorts Author: kbono .
Title: Effectiveness of Early Intervention with Children Prenatally Exposed to Cocaine: Replication with Multiple Cohorts Author: kbono Last modified by – PowerPoint PPT presentation. These factors may be particularly influential for children at-risk for developmental delays where developmentally informed input at home may be lacking.
Substance Exposed Newborns and their Families -. dixie l. morgese, ba, cap, icadc. HUGS Study: Caregiver Child Interaction Butz et a. 2002.
Early intervention with children prenatally exposed to cocaine: Expansion with . Home intervention for in utero drug-exposed infants.
Early intervention with children prenatally exposed to cocaine: Expansion with multiple cohorts. Journal of Early Intervention, 27(4), Abstract: This study expanded on the findings of an earlier study (Claussen, et a. 2004) that looked at 36-month outcomes of an early intervention program for children at risk due to prenatal cocaine exposure. Among cocaine-exposed infants who remained with their mothers at 36 months, those in the case managed group had significantly higher verbal scores than infants followed up routinely. Kim, Y. Sugai, G. & Kim, G. (1999).