Born Not Addicted

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Please join us as we welcome Cara Gazdik, MSN/ED, RN, CEN, NREMT as she presents our next installment of the WV Birth to Three Social Emotional Guest Lecture Series.

This presentation will introduce the learner to the infant experience of Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome. The learner will hear about prevention, causes, treatment, pharmacology, and the psychology of disease.

This session was originally recorded via webinar in October 2017.

WV Early Childhood Core Knowledge and Competencies

2.1.h. Recognizes the impact of substance abuse, domestic violence, and mental illness within families

2.1.l. Engages in respectful, goal-oriented partnerships with families to promote parent-child relationships and family well-being

2.3.f. Empowers and coaches families to implement easy-to-use tools and strategies at home that achieve desired outcomes and goals

5.4.d. Recognizes signs and indicators of substance abuse

5.4.h. Works with other agencies to provide comprehensive supports to families.

WV Infant Toddler Mental Health Competencies
Theoretical Foundations - Pregnancy and Early Parenthood

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