CEU – Fetal Alcohol Syndrome

CEU – Fetal Alcohol Syndrome

Date/Time:11/09/2020 | 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm


Join us on November 9th to hear Molly Millians from the Emory Neurodevelopment and Exposure Clinic share her knowledge about Fetal Alcohol Syndrome.


From Molly:

“Prenatal exposure to substances including drugs, medications, alcohol, and tobacco have an impact on children’s development.  It has been estimated that approximately 1 to 5% of children in the US are impacted by prenatal alcohol exposure.  This training will provide an overview of impact of prenatal exposures and other related factors on development and information about research-based interventions to support children and their caregivers. ”


This class will be held virtually via Zoom, and in order to receive credit for attending your camera must be on and you must be visible. The state is also now requiring a short post-test be completed for all CEUs completed virtually. A link will be put into the chat box at the end of the class for you to complete the assessment. Each spouse (if applicable) must complete the assessment to receive credit. Thank you for helping us stay in compliance with the state’s requirements!


Time: 7:30pm-9:30pm

Location: Zoom


Those who register will receive a Zoom link for the training the day of the event.


Bookings are closed for this event.