Making a Difference
- Chasnoff, Ira J.
“Among children available for adoption, close to 80% of children in foster care and over 50% of children available through private adoption are born to mothers who used drugs or alcohol during pregnancy. With statistics like these, it is apparent that prenatal drug and alcohol exposure has added another factor to the difficult decision that prospective adoptive parents must make, often on a moment’s notice.”
“This booklet is designed to help you through that decision-making process. The information presented here is based on 25 years’ work following and treating children with health, developmental, behavioral, or learning difficulties due to prenatal drug and alcohol exposure.”
Status: 1 in stock (can be backordered)
Publisher: National Training Institute
DC#: 618.92 C
1 in stock (can be backordered)