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(g) His or her family has a social or medical history that establishes a substantial risk of the child acquiring a medical condition, physical impairment, or mental or developmental disability that makes it difficult to place the child for adoption without the provision of SAMS. The condition shall be diagnosed by a qualified professional. For the purpose of this rule, a "qualified professional" is an audiologist, licensed independent social worker, licensed professional clinical counselor, physician, physician assistants, or orthopedist, marriage and family therapist, psychiatrist, psychologist or speech/language pathologist. The qualified professional shall:

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Andrea Ginter
07-03-2018 (1:32pm)
Please expand the qualified professional list to add Certified nurse practitioner, physician assistance and other licensed/certified professional who are under the direct supervisor of any of the professionals listed above. See PASSS rules for expansion of qualified professionals.
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