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Todd J. Ochs

Pediatrician

Ravenswood Pediatrics

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Background Information

Employment History

Illinois Chapter


Adoption Pediatrician

Adoption Pediatrics


Affiliations

American Academy of Pediatrics

Founding Member


Children's Memorial Hospital

Member


Illinois NOFAS

Advisory Board Member


Children's Community Physicians Association

Member


Education

MD


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caffa.org

Todd Ochs, MD, Ravenswood Pediatrics
It seems like adoptive parents are being forced into the special needs queue, both domestically and internationally - or is it that all children in the adoption queue are really special needs children? How can we look at potential needs and figure out whether we can parent a particular child? Todd Ochs, MD, of Ravenswood Pediatrics (www.ravenswoodpediatrics.com) has been a general pediatrician in Chicago since 1984. He began working with adoptive families in 1997, during the adoption of his first Chinese daughter. Since then, he has seen over a thousand internationally adopted children in his practice and adoption clinic and has adopted three more special needs daughters from China. Todd has spoken on international adoption both nationally and globally and has advocated for adopted and fostered children with public and private schools concerning adoption health and mental health issues, including fetal alcohol spectrum disorder.


www.mofas.org

"If she is a slow metabolizer, the fetal brain is bathed in a toxin," said Dr. Todd Ochs, a pediatrician at Ravenswood Pediatrics in Chicago.
"How can that be good?" Experts don't know how much harm that causes, he said.


www.mofas.org

"If she is a slow metabolizer, the fetal brain is bathed in a toxin," said Dr. Todd Ochs, a pediatrician at Ravenswood Pediatrics in Chicago.
"How can that be good?" Experts don't know how much harm that causes, he said. "If she is a slow metabolizer, the fetal brain is bathed in a toxin," said Dr. Todd Ochs, a pediatrician at Ravenswood Pediatrics in Chicago. "How can that be good?" Experts don't know how much harm that causes, he said.


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Todd Ochs, MD, FAAP


caffa.org

Adoption Pediatrics, Todd Ochs, MD, reviews adoption referrals, offers pre-adoption consultations, post-adoption evaluations, and continuing care.
He consults with local pediatricians and family doctors. He also sees and advocates for foster children and those affected by prenatal alcohol exposure. He has spoken on local, national and international stages, on adoption, foster care, and fetal alcohol syndrome. He can be reached at his pediatric office at 872-208-6257, or at his home office at 773-907-8864.


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