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Resumen de Investigaciones sobre el EDAF

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Illinois

Coordinador estatal de EDAF (Miembro de NAFSC)

Ajeet Charate, M.B.B.S, M.A., LCPC, BCN
Director
Illinois Centers for Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (ICFASD)
A Division of Trinity Services, Inc.
1260 Iroquois Avenue, Suite 300
Naperville, IL 60563
Teléfono: 630-369-4152
Fax: 630-369-4629
Corro electrónico: acharate@trinity-services.org Exit Disclaimer Graphic

Sitio Web estatal del EDAF

nofasillinois.org Exit Disclaimer Graphic

Recurso estatal sobre SAF/EDAF:

Centros de Trastornos del espectro alcohólico fetal de Illinois (ICFASD por su sigla en Inglés)
1260 Iroquois Avenue, Suite 300
Naperville, IL 60563
Teléfono: 630-369-4152

2101 Oxford Road
Des Plaines, IL 60018
Teléfono: 847-299-7142

ICFASD ofrece los siguientes servicios: terapia de neurorespondimiento con consulta de comportamiento individualizado; específicamente relacionado con el EDAF, terapia individual, terapia de grupo y terapia familiar; servicios de EDAF educativos que incluyen seminarios, talleres y consultas de EDAF, y la evaluación neuropsicológica, incluyendo la detección y derivación de diagnóstico.

Grupos de Apoyo para Padres sobre el EDAF—4 localidades
Sitio Web: nofasillinois.com Exit Disclaimer Graphic

Centro de Recursos sobre el EDAF de NOFAS del Estado Illinois
13318 West Lincoln Highway
New Lenox, IL 60451
Teléfono: 815-462-4273

El centro de recursos sobre el EDAF de NOFAS del estado Illinois proporciona folletos, carteles, y recursos acerca del EDAF para padres y profesionales.

La Prevención Primero Incorporada
Sitio Web: www.prevention.org/SpecialInitiatives/FASD Exit Disclaimer Graphic

Children's Research Triangle
180 North Michigan Avenue, Suite 700
Chicago, IL 60601
Teléfono: 312-726-4011
Fax: 312-726-4021
Corro electrónico: info@cr-triangle.org
Sitio Web: www.childstudy.org Exit Disclaimer Graphic

Proclamación del Día de Concientización sobre el EDAF

2013 Proclamación del Día de Concientización sobre el EDAF PDF Icon

Información Legislativa:

Bill Number Category Introduced Description Status

HB5165 Exit Disclaimer Graphic

Prevention

2012

Changed the wording from “fetal alcohol syndrome” to “Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders”, in the pamphlet that is distributed to recipients of marriage licenses.

2/8/12: Introduced, referred to Rules Committee.

HB5363 Exit Disclaimer Graphic

Funding

2012

Transfers the Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Program from the Department of Human Services to the Department of Public Health.

3/9/12: Re-referred to Rules Committee.

SB1896 Exit Disclaimer Graphic

prevention

2011

The Department may include at least pamphlets which describe the causes and effects of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD), which the Department may distribute free of charge to each county clerk to be provided to recipients of all marriage licenses in the county.

3/17/11: Re-referred to Rules Committee.

SB1619 Exit Disclaimer Graphic

HB3027 Exit Disclaimer Graphic

HB1571 Exit Disclaimer Graphic

HB1197 Exit Disclaimer Graphic PDF icon

Prevention

2011

The school code is amended as follows: Course materials and instruction shall teach the pupils about the dangers associated with drug and alcohol consumption while pregnant

SB1619: 7/23/12 – Referred to Assignments.

HB3027: 7/27/12 – Referred to Rules Committee.

HB1571: 8/25/11 – Signed by Governor, effective date of law immediate.

HB1197: 6/13/11 – Signed by Governor, effective date of law immediate.

HR0106 Exit Disclaimer Graphic

SR0096 Exit Disclaimer Graphic

Funding

2011

The General Assembly requests that state funds not be eliminated for all non-Medicaid addiction treatment, and prevention, because costs such as those associated with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders, will decimate the Illinois system and are a violation of the Alcoholism and Other Drug Abuse and Dependency Act which provides that DHS "shall develop, fund and implement a comprehensive, statewide community-based system for the provision of a full array of intervention, treatment and aftercare for persons suffering from alcohol and other drug abuse and dependency.

HR0106: 4/6/11 – Resolution adopted by House.

SR0096: 3/8/11 – Referred to Assignments.

SJR0089HJ Exit Disclaimer GraphicPDF icon

R0099 Exit Disclaimer GraphicPDF icon

Prevention

2010

Provides that the National Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Illinois (NOFAS Illinois) will provide free educational pamphlets concerning fetal alcohol syndrome to the county clerks for distribution to marriage license applicants. Calls for NOFAS Illinois and the county clerks to determine the best way to ensure distribution.

SJR0089: 1/12/11 – Senate Session Sine Die.

HJR0099: 4/28/10 – Tabled By Sponsor Rep. Al Riley.

HB5023 Exit Disclaimer Graphic PDF icon

Funding

2010

Appropriates $250,000 from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Human Services for a grant to Trinity Services, Inc. and the FAST Team of Illinois for the establishment and operation of a FASD Outreach and Drop In Center.

1/11/11: Session Sine Die.

HB5448 Exit Disclaimer Graphic PDF icon

Prevention

2010

Provides that at least annually the county board shall cause to be made an audit of the county clerk’s compliance with the requirement that the county clerk provide a free educational pamphlet with each marriage license concerning fetal alcohol syndrome.

HB1197: 7/27/10 – Signed by Governor, effective date of law 1/1/11 as Public Act 96-1323.

SB3332 Exit Disclaimer Graphic PDF icon

Prevention

2010

Amends the School Code. ...Course material and instruction shall teach pupils about the dangers associated with drug and alcohol consumption during pregnancy.

7/16/10 – Signed by Governor, effective date of law immediate as Public Act 96-1082.

HB1793 Exit Disclaimer Graphic PDF icon

Prevention

2009

Deletes everything after the enacting clause. Amends the Liquor Control Act of 1934. In a provision concerning birth defects warning signs, adds to the required message on signs the following: "If you need assistance for substance abuse, please call the Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse (OASA) at 1-800-843-6154.". Effective on January 1, 2010.

8/13/09: Signed by Governor, effective date of law 1/1/10 as Public Act 96-1082.

HB2314 Exit Disclaimer Graphic PDF icon

Funding

2009

Appropriates $250,000 from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Human Services for a grant to Trinity Services, Inc. and the FAST Team of Illinois for the establishment and operation of a FASD (Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders) Outreach and Drop In Center. Effective July 1, 2009.

1/11/11: Session Sine Die.

SJR0007 Exit Disclaimer Graphic PDF icon

HJ0012 Exit Disclaimer Graphic PDF icon

Prevention

2009

A joint resolution urging the Department of Human Services, in collaboration with the Departments of Children and Family Services, Healthcare and Family Services, Corrections, Financial Institutions and Professional Regulation, the Illinois State Board of Education, and the Illinois Planning Council on Developmental Disabilities to complete an assessment of existing State and federal assistance programs involving Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders.

SJR0007: 5/30/09 – Adopted by both Houses.

HJ0012: 3/10/09 – Tabled by sponsor.

SB2107 Exit Disclaimer Graphic PDF icon

HB4813 Exit Disclaimer Graphic PDF icon

Funding

2008

Appropriates $250,000 from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Human Services for a grant to Trinity Services, Inc. and the FAST Team of Illinois for the establishment and operation of a FASD (Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders) Outreach and Drop In Center. Effective July 1, 2008.

SB2107: 1/13/09 – Session Sine Die.

HB4813: 1/13/09 – Session Sine Die.

HJR0041 Exit Disclaimer Graphic PDF icon

Prevention

2007

Urges the Department of Human Services, in collaboration with the Departments of Children and Family Services, Healthcare and Family Services, Corrections, Financial Institutions and Professional Regulation, the Illinois State Board of Education, and the Illinois Planning Council on Developmental Disabilities to complete an assessment of existing State and federal assistance programs involving Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders.

1/13/09: Session Sine Die.

SB0068 Exit Disclaimer Graphic PDF icon

Criminalization

2007

Amends the Adoption Act. Provides that individual health information summaries concerning the child and each birth parent shall be filed within 14 days of the petition filing in all adoptions of unrelated minors. Provides that each preadoption investigation shall review the health summaries. Provides that health summaries shall be without any information identifying either birth parent and shall summarize...drugs or medications used by the birth mother during the child's pregnancy. Provides that adoptive parents or the adopted child when he or she is an adult may petition the court for the release of the summaries. Provides that no liability shall attach to anyone who provides information for a health summary or to the adoption registry (at present, liability protections only apply to the adoption registry). Provides that all information in health summaries is confidential and is not to be used as evidence in any other proceeding.

9/11/07: Signed by Governor, effective date of law immediate as Public Act 95-0601.

SB0337 Exit Disclaimer Graphic PDF icon

Treatment

2007

Amends the Probate Act of 1975. Provides that the term "developmental disability" includes a disability that is attributable to "fetal alcohol syndrome" or "fetal alcohol effects" (in addition to mental retardation, cerebral palsy, epilepsy, or autism). Effective January 1, 2008.

8/30/07: Signed by Governor, effective date of law 1/1/08 as Public Act 95-0561.

SB1889 Exit Disclaimer Graphic PDF icon

Prevention

2003

Amends the Alcoholism and Other Drug Abuse and Dependency Act. Requires the Department of Human Services to design and implement an ongoing statewide campaign to raise public awareness about fetal alcohol syndrome and other effects of prenatal alcohol exposure. Provides that the campaign must include pamphlets that describe the causes and effects of fetal alcohol syndrome and provides that the Department must distribute the pamphlets free of charge.
(B) if a birth problem is diagnosed during a physician or hospital visit that occurs before the child is: (i) except as provided in item (ii), three (3) years of age at the time of diagnosis; or (ii) five (5) years of age at the time of diagnosis if the disorder is a pervasive developmental disorder or a fetal alcohol spectrum disorder.

1/11/05: Session Sine Die.