1. Obtains and assesses patient and family medical and psycho-social histories. 2. Prepares summary of patients; medical history for review. 3. Assesses information and refers cases to appropriate clinic or counselors. 4. Discusses results of diagnostic tests with higher level authority to determine direction of counseling plans. 5. Coordinates nationwide consultation services for patients and families involved in genetic counseling. 6. Develops genetic information material for distribution to potential patients and families. 7. Counsels and explains genetic services to patients and families. 8. Coordinates case review sessions for patients and families. 9. Ensures appropriate counseling support is developed and implemented for individuals and families. 10. Evaluates genetic counseling pro
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