PDR #21826: Giving Medications Safely in Early Care and Education
MOUNTAIN HOME/NorthCentral AECA meeting 5:30-7:30 pm Learn from a pediatric nurse practitioner how and why medications are given in child care. We will share techniques for administering to young children, how to store them properly, and what to do in case of a medication emergency.
February
4
PDR #21611: FULL/CLOSED SESSION: Food Allergies in Early Care and Education
FULL/CLOSED SESSION: LITTLE ROCK/St. James Methodist: This 1.5 hour session provided by Healthy Child Care Arkansas's Child Care Nurse Consultant and reviewed by a pediatric allergy specialist, will describe the difference between food allergies and food intolerance, prevention strategies, teach symptoms to watch for and emergency response.
February
11
PDR#22261: Managing Illness in Early Care and Education
CABOT 6:30-8:30 pm: Learn from a pediatric nurse practitioner what actions you need to take to control the spread of illness, including daily health checks, when to exclude sick children, food handling and sanitation, and other infection control procedures. This course presented by Healthy Child Care Arkansas is based on the American Academy of Pediatrics “Caring for our Children” standards.
February
20
PDR #22262: How to Give Medications Safely in Early Care and Education Settings
CABOT 6:30-8:30 pm: Learn from a pediatric nurse practitioner what actions you need to take to control the spread of illness, including daily health checks, when to exclude sick children, food handling and sanitation, and other infection control procedures. This course presented by Healthy Child Care Arkansas is based on the American Academy of Pediatrics “Caring for our Children” standards.
February
27
PDR #21612: How to Give Medications Safely in Early Care and Education
FORT SMITH 6:15-8:15 PM: Learn from a pediatric nurse practitioner how to administer different types of medications safely in your setting, to recognize and respond to medication reactions, to store medications properly, to develop good medication policies for your setting. This course presented by Healthy Child Care Arkansas is based on the American Academy of Pediatrics “Caring for our Children” national safety standards.
March
2
PDR #22263: Managing Illness in Early Care and Education Settings
ROGERS 6:00-8:00 pm: Learn from a pediatric nurse practitioner what actions you need to take to control the spread of illness, including daily health checks, when to exclude sick children, food handling and sanitation, and other infection control procedures. This course presented by Healthy Child Care Arkansas is based on the American Academy of Pediatrics “Caring for our Children” standards.
March
3