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Dr. Todd J. Ochs

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Associate Professor of Clinical P...

Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine
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Local Address: Chicago, Illinois, United States
Northwestern University
633 Clark Street
Evanston, Illinois 60208
United States

Company Description: Founded in 1851, Northwestern University is a leading private research and teaching university with an enrollment of approximately 8,000 full-time undergraduate...   more
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ThinkingOfAdopting.com: Instructor Bios
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Todd Ochs, MD
Dr. Todd Ochs is an adoption pediatrician and an adoptive father with five daughters - including a 24 year old biological daughter in graduate school and four special needs daughters adopted from China ages 11, 9, 7, and 4 years old.
A founding member of the American Academy of Pediatrics Section on Adoption and Foster Care, Dr. Ochs has been an adoption pediatrician for nine years and also practices as a general pediatrician. Dr. Ochs is an Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine and a member of Chicago's Children's Memorial Hospital Community Physicians Association. Dr. Ochs sees internationally and domestically adopted children in his office, and also sees foster children for the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services for their initial comprehensive evaluations. He follows hundreds of adopted and foster children longitudinally as their pediatrician and consults with other pediatricians on a variety of adoption issues including positive TB skin tests as well as behavioral and case management problems. Dr. Ochs developed a directory of medical resources for adoptive parents in China, and members of the American Academy of Pediatrics Section on Adoption and Foster Care are currently working on Russian and Ukrainian directories.
Therapist Unlimited Blog » Blog Archive » » Pregnant women who drink liquor are putting their babies at risk
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Dr. Todd Ochs, a clinical instructor of pediatrics at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine, said that part of the problem is that doctor training hasn't changed to reflect new research about pre-natal alcohol exposure. Ochs explained they used to worry about women using heroin or other illegal drugs while pregnant, but there are too many variables with alcohol that we don't yet understand, so the best advice a doctor can give is that they shouldn't drink at all. Dr. Ochs has diagnosed and treated many children with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders and points out, that drinking will cause damage, they just don't know how much damage will occur or what amount of alcohol will cause the damage, and why would anyone do something that's known to be harmful to a baby.
Dr. Todd Ochs - Medical Issues in Adopting from China
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Todd Ochs, MD Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics, Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine
"Medical Issues in Adopting from China" presented by Dr. Todd Ochs discusses adoption from China, orphanage life, risk factors in orphans, referrals, and common post adoption issues in children adopted from orphanages. "Medical Issues in Adopting from China" has two parts: a recorded webinar and an audio recording of the live Q&A session Dr. Ochs held with adoptive parents by teleconference on 10/15/06.
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Click on the link below to watch the recorded webinar, "Medical Issues in Adopting from China" presented by Dr. Ochs. The webinar is approximately 80 minutes in length. You may stop the webinar and restart at any point, and may watch the webinar as many time as you wish. Note that you will need speakers or headphones on your computer in order to listen to the audio. Watch the Recorded Webinar "Medical Issues in Adopting from China"
2) Listen to the Q&A Session w/ Dr. Ochs
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Dr. Ochs has provided the additional reference listed below:
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"Post Adoption Screening of International Adoptees", by Todd Ochs, MD, The Child's Doctor, Children's Memorial Hospital, Fall 2004 pp 3-5.
Webinar Fall Schedule
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July 2, 2009: FAS Inside Eastern European Orphanages, Dr. Todd J. Ochs
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September 1, 2009 : Medical Special Needs in Orphans, Dr. Todd J. Ochs
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July 2, 2009: FAS Inside Eastern European Orphanages, presented by Dr. Todd J. Ochs During this webinar, Dr. Ochs will focus on the needs of children adopted from Eastern Europe.
Meet the Presenter Dr. Ochs has been a general pediatrician in Chicago since 1984. He lives in the Ravenswood neighborhood, with his wife, five daughters, and dog. He began working with adoptive families in 1997, during the adoption of his first (of four) Chinese daughters. Since then, he has seen over a thousand of internationally adopted children in his practice and adoption clinic, has done thousands more referral reviews, has spoken to thousands of adoptive parents, and has adopted three more special needs Chinese daughters.
His office also is recognized as a "Center of Excellence" by the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services, to see foster children for their comprehensive examinations after placement, and he is the pediatrician for an adolescent group home, as well. He has written adoption medicine articles for several adoption publications, for the AAP Illinois Chapter Newsletter, and for the Child's Doctor of Children's Memorial Hospital. He has spoken on international adoption at the International Pediatric Association in Beijing, in 2001, since, at the CAFFA and Midwest Adoption conferences, and to hundreds of adoptive parents, each year, at agency educational sessions.
He is a founding member of the American Academy of Pediatrics' Section on Adoption and Foster Care, and served on its executive committee for six years. He has advocated for adopted and fostered children with public and private schools, around adoption health and mental health issues, Including FASD. He is an advisory board member of Illinois NOFAS. He can be reached at his office, at 773-769-4600, via fax, at 773-769-6242, via email, at t-ochs@northwestern.edu, or home office, at 773-907-8864.
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September 1, 2009: Medical Special Needs in Orphans, presented by Dr. Todd J. Ochs Dr. Ochs will cover medical issues including Fetal Alcohol Spectrum and exposure to alcohol, in utero. These two conditions will be compared and contrasted.
Meet the Presenter Dr. Ochs has been a general pediatrician in Chicago since 1984. He lives in the Ravenswood neighborhood, with his wife, five daughters, and dog. He began working with adoptive families in 1997, during the adoption of his first (of four) Chinese daughters. Since then, he has seen over a thousand of internationally adopted children in his practice and adoption clinic, has done thousands more referral reviews, has spoken to thousands of adoptive parents, and has adopted three more special needs Chinese daughters.
His office also is recognized as a "Center of Excellence" by the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services, to see foster children for their comprehensive examinations after placement, and he is the pediatrician for an adolescent group home, as well. He has written adoption medicine articles for several adoption publications, for the AAP Illinois Chapter Newsletter, and for the Child's Doctor of Children's Memorial Hospital. He has spoken on international adoption at the International Pediatric Association in Beijing, in 2001, since, at the CAFFA and Midwest Adoption conferences, and to hundreds of adoptive parents, each year, at agency educational sessions.
He is a founding member of the American Academy of Pediatrics' Section on Adoption and Foster Care, and served on its executive committee for six years. He has advocated for adopted and fostered children with public and private schools, around adoption health and mental health issues, Including FASD. He is an advisory board member of Illinois NOFAS. He can be reached at his office, at 773-769-4600, via fax, at 773-769-6242, via email, at t-ochs@northwestern.edu, or home office, at 773-907-8864.
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