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Competency 2: Identification of FASD and Diagnosis of FAS

References

  1. Stratton, K.; Howe, C.; and Battaglia, F., eds. 1996 Fetal Alcohol Syndrome: Diagnosis, Epidemiology, Prevention, and Treatment. Washington, DC: Institute of Medicine, National Academy Press.
  2. Bertrand, J.; Floyd, R.L.; Weber, M.K.; O'Connor, M.; Riley, E.P.; Johnson, K.A.; Cohen, D.E.; and National Task Force on FAS/FAE. 2004. Fetal Alcohol Syndrome: Guidelines for Referral and Diagnosis. Atlanta, GA: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
  3. Astley, S. 2004. Diagnostic Guide for Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders: The 4-Digit Diagnostic Code, Third Edition. Seattle: FAS Diagnostic and Prevention Network, University of Washington.
  4. Pierog, S.; Chandavasu, O; Wexler, I. 1977. Withdrawal symptoms in infants with the fetal alcohol syndrome. Journal of Pediatrics 90(4):630-633.
  5. Giunta, C., and Streissguth, A. 1988. Patients with fetal alcohol syndrome and their caretakers. Social Casework 69(7):453-459.
  6. Prenatal exposure to alcohol. 2000. Alcohol Research & Health 24(1):32-41.
  7. Shen, R.; Hannigan, J.H.; Kapatos, G. 1999. Prenatal ethanol reduces the activity of adult midbrain dopamine neurons. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 23:1801-1807.
  8. Jones, K.L., and Smith, D.W. 1973. Recognition of the fetal alcohol syndrome in early infancy. Lancet 2:999-1001.
  9. Mattson, S.N.; Schoenfeld, A.M.; Riley, E.P. 2001. Teratogenic effects of alcohol on brain and behavior. Alcohol Research & Health. 25(3):185-191.
  10. FASlink Fetal Alcohol Disorders Society. 2007. Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders. St. Louis, MO: Washington University School of Medicine at Washington University Medical Center. http://www.faslink.org/fasmain.htm Exit Disclaimer Graphic
  11. Streissguth, A. P., Barr, H. M., Kogan, J., and Bookstein, F. (1996). Understanding the Occurrence of Secondary Disabilities in Clients With Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS) and Fetal Alcohol Effects (FAE). Final Report. Seattle, WA: Fetal Alcohol and Drug Unit, University of Washington School of Medicine.
  12. Understanding Supplemental Security Income SSI Eligibility Requirements. 2006 Edition. http://www.ssa.gov/notices/supplemental-security-income/text-eligibility-ussi.htm
  13. Having FAS may qualify a person for FAS when considered a disability shown in several legal cases – Federal Courts and FAS/FAE. http://www.ssa.gov/OP_Home/rulings/ssi/01/SSR91-07-ssi-01.html Exit Disclaimer Graphic
  14. SR 91-7c: Section 1614(a)(3)(A) OF THE SOCIAL SECURITY ACT (42 U.S.C. 1382c(a)(3)(A)) SUPPLEMENTAL SECURITY INCOME – DISABILITY STANDARDS FOR CHILDREN. http://www.socialsecurity.gov/OP_Home/rulings/ssi/01/SSR91-07-ssi-01.html#fn11 Exit Disclaimer Graphic
  15. Webpage: State of Alaska – Health and Social Services Senior and Disability Services, Developmental Disabilities Eligibility: http://dhss.alaska.gov/dsds/Pages/dd/default.aspx Exit Disclaimer Graphic
  16. Conners, C.K. Conners' Rating Scales—Revised. North Tonawanda, NY: Multi-Health Systems.
  17. Sparrows, S.S.; Balla, D.A.; and Cicchetti, D.V. Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scales. Circle Pines, MN: AGS Publishing.
  18. Cohen, M. Children's Memory Scale. San Antonio: Harcourt Assessment.
  19. Chudley, A.E.; Conry, J.; Cook, J.L.; et al. 2005. Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder: Canadian guidelines for diagnosis. CMAJ 1;172(5 Suppl):S1-S21.

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