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Resumen de Investigaciones sobre el EDAF

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Nueva Jersey

Coordinador estatal de EDAF (Miembro estatal de NAFSC)

Elizabeth Dahms, M.S., RNC
Public Health Consultant 1, Nursing
Reproductive and Perinatal Health Services
New Jersey Department of Health
PO Box 364
Trenton, NJ 08625
Teléfono: 609-292-5616
Fax: 609-292-9288
Correo electrónico: elizabeth.dahms@doh.state.nj.us

Margaret Gray
Coordinator, Primary and Preventive Health Services
Reproductive and Perinatal Health Services
New Jersey Department of Health
PO Box 364
Trenton, NJ 08625
Teléfono: 609-292-5616
Fax: 609-292-3580
Correo electrónico: margaret.gray@doh.state.nj.us

Grupo de trabajo estatal de EDAF

Fuerza de Trabajo de Trastornos del Espectro Alcohólico Fetal y Otras Adicciones Perinatal de Nueva Jersey
Chair: Susan Adubato, Ph.D.

Sitio Web estatal del EDAF

Oficina para la Prevención de Discapacidades del Desarrollo de Nueva Jersey
Sitio Web: www.state.nj.us/humanservices/opmrdd/fasd/ Exit Disclaimer Graphic

Plan estatal de EDAF

Plan estatal de New Jersey PDF Icon

Recursos estatal sobre SAF/EDAF:

Este en el saber de New Jersey
Sitio Web: www.beintheknownj.org Exit Disclaimer Graphic

El Departamento de Salud y Servicios para Personas Mayores
Sitio Web: www.nj.gov/health/fhs/prenatal/perinatal.shtml Exit Disclaimer Graphic

Línea Directa de Salud Materna e Infantil (MCH por su sigla en Inglés)
Disponible las veinticuatro horas del día, 7 días a la semana, El DHSS (por su sigla en Inglés) presta apoyo a los consorcios regionales de Salud Materna e Infantil (MCHC por su sigla en Inglés) para el Proyecto de Prevención de Adicciones Perinatal. Estos programas son los responsables de la capacitación de médicos para examinar a mujeres embarazadas para ver si han consumido alcohol, tabaco y otras drogas, mantienen los directorios de los recursos de servicios de salud y de adicción, proporcionan educación de adicciones perinatal a un público amplio y variado, y otras iniciativas relacionadas. DHSS (por su sigla en Inglés) también financia seis centros regionales de diagnóstico del EDAF.
Llamar gratis: 1-800-722-2295

Centros Regionales de Entrenamiento de EDAF del CDC – (RTCs por su sigla en Inglés)

New Jersey/Northeast FASD Education and Research Center
Susan Adubato, Ph.D.
UMDNJ-NJMS
30 Bergen Street
ADMN 1608
Newark, NJ 07101
Teléfono: 973-972-7717
Correo electrónico: adubatsu@umdnj.edu

Información Legislativa:

Bill Number Category Introduced Description Status

A1908 Exit Disclaimer Graphic PDF icon

Requirements for Professionals

2008

Requires DHSS and DHS to establish autism and intellectual and other developmental disabilities awareness program for certain first responders. The state of New Jersey considers fetal alcohol syndrome to be a developmental delay.

Approved 09/09/2008

SB1015 Exit Disclaimer Graphic PDF icon

A841 Exit Disclaimer Graphic PDF icon

Treatment

2008

Requires health insurers to cover costs of early intervention services for persons from birth to three years of age whose primary diagnosis is developmental delay. The state of New Jersey considers fetal alcohol syndrome to be a developmental delay.

SB1015: Introduced in the Senate, Referred to Senate Commerce Committee 01/28/2008

A841: Introduced, Referred to Assembly Financial Institutions and Insurance Committee 01/08/2008

HB3837 Exit Disclaimer Graphic PDF icon

Treatment

2007

Requires health insurers to cover costs of early intervention services for persons from birth to three years of age whose primary diagnosis is developmental delay. The state of New Jersey considers fetal alcohol syndrome to be a developmental delay.

Introduced, Referred to Assembly Financial Institutions and Insurance Committee 01/04/2007

SB2303 Exit Disclaimer Graphic PDF icon

Treatment

2006

Requires health insurers to cover costs of early intervention services for persons from birth to three years of age whose primary diagnosis is developmental delay. The state of New Jersey considers fetal alcohol syndrome to be a developmental delay.

Introduced in the Senate, Referred to Senate Commerce Committee 11/13/2006

A1629 Exit Disclaimer Graphic PDF icon

Treatment

2004

Requires health insurers to cover costs of early intervention services for persons from birth to three years of age whose primary diagnosis is developmental delay. The state of New Jersey considers fetal alcohol syndrome to be a developmental delay.

Introduced, Referred to Assembly Financial Institutions and Insurance Committee 01/13/2004

A.J.R. 88 Exit Disclaimer Graphic PDF icon

Prevention

2004

Designates September 9th of each year as "Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Awareness Day."

Referred to Senate Health, Human Services, and Senior Citizens Committee 06/24/2004

A3452 Exit Disclaimer Graphic PDF icon

Treatment

2003

Requires health insurers to cover costs of early intervention services for persons from birth to three years of age whose primary diagnosis is developmental delay. The state of New Jersey considers fetal alcohol syndrome to be a developmental delay.

Introduced, Referred to Assembly Banking and Insurance Committee 03/13/2003