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Estimated: 1 1/2 Hours
As adoptive parents, we can feel confused and worried when our child does not fit the milestones shown on most child development charts. We observe inconsistencies, deviations or delays and may wonder if our child is developing appropriately. Will they ever catch up? Does it even matter?
Given the challenges we have of reconciling inborn temperament with pre-adoptive risk factors and often unknown biological histories, adoptive parents can benefit from understanding how our children can differ across their developmental progress.
Join Dr. Rebecca Nelson, a licensed clinical child and adolescent psychologist, as she discusses the unique developmental challenges adopted children may face. She will identify signs that a child might need professional help as well as when and from whom to seek help.
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Dr. Nelson is on the professional staff with NorthShore University Health System in the Dept. of Pediatrics at Evanston Hospital in Illinois. She provides psychodiagnostic and consult services for neurodevelopmentally at-risk infants to teens. Dr. Nelson has also specialized in adoption for two decades across psychodiagnostic, consultative, educative, and community liaison roles. She is personally touched by adoption, and was adopted from South Korea at the age of 5½ adding a unique understanding of the developmental and psychological complexities that can challenge adoptees and their families.Learn More
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