Project SCOPE ECHO: Supporting Children Born on/Exposed to Opioids


Did you know Cincinnati Children’s Hospital has Project SCOPE? What is Project Scope? CCHMC presents Project SCOPE ECHO which provides information and resources about current and emerging knowledge and evidence-based practices for supporting children and families impacted by prenatal opioid exposure. This can include children adopted who were exposed to opioids or born addicted to opioids.

Project SCOPE ECHO is intended for healthcare providers, educators, community-based professionals, and caregivers of children with prenatal opioid exposure. Attendance at every session is encouraged, but not required.

Project SCOPE ECHO is FREE and online!

Meets: Weekly from March 24-April 29th

Day: Mondays from 3:30 to 5:00 EST 

Session Dates and Topics

• March 24: Developmental Outcomes

• April 1: Education and Academic Concerns

• April 8: Introduction to the Opioid Crisis, Peer Support, and Addiction Treatment

• April 15: Behavioral Concerns

• April 22: Language Development

• April 29: Sensory Processing 

If you need further information or have questions or concerns, please contact Elsie Bush at [email protected].

Elite Kids Therapy strives to be a resource for our community. We work with children with disabilities who have been exposed or born on substance. These substances can create learning disabilities and sensory needs. By supporting our Jon Peterson and autism scholarship families as a schoalrship provider, we’re here to help wioth ideas. We are your homeschool IEP team! We provide speech therapy, occupational therapy and intervention specialist teaching. Adapting to your child’s needs and helping them larn to their fullest potential is opur mission!

Contact us for more info about the Jon Peterson or Autism Scholarships which are made for kids with an IEP but not going to public schools. Email: [email protected] Call: 513-444-0770