From Drug Enforcement Administration and Discovery Education. Opioid abuse and deaths among youth have sky-rocketed. States and school districts are including drug prevention awareness within the K-12 curriculum. Contained within this course are sample district plans/strategies, educator training and proactive K-3 elementary curriculum addressing the current opioid crisis.
In this mandated course, participants will be introduced to the many types of seizures, what triggers seizures, medication, and treatment options. Participants will demonstrate knowledge of the Seizure Action Plan under Section 504 as outlined in Illinois Public Act 101-0050.
This course provides an education on electronic nicotine delivery systems or ENDS, also known as vapes. Participants will review emerging trends in adolescents who use these devices and have the opportunity to expand discussions associated with the negative health consequences of vapes.
This course introduces educators to Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and explains the impact these traumatic experiences have on health and behavioral outcomes for children. The course also identifies appropriate health and behavioral interventions educators might advocate for within their schools and community.
This presentation by IHSA, IESA and the Brain Injury Association of Illinois will address concussion management as required by the Youth Sports Concussion Safety Act --mandatory education, concussion oversight teams, Return to Play and Return to Learn.
This course covers the Illinois Public Act 99-0480 that allows trained school personnel to administer an opioid-blocking medication to a person having an opioid overdose while in school or at a school-sponsored activity.
(1 PD Hr.) by Dr. Jonathan B. Singer, Ph.D. LCSW - One of the most important causes of suicide is mental illness. This course will define mental illness and explain its relationship to suicide and how to assist suicidal students.
This course covers four sections: 1)HIV Definition and Transmission; 2) HIV Signs and Symptoms; 3) Risk Factors and Education; 4) Parent and Student Rights; gives insight into policies and procedures for staff and student safety.
This course will differentiate between issues common to ADD and ADHD, issues not considered ADD and ADHD and provide educators with practical strategies, tools and ideas for a successful student learning.
This course will cover 4 sections: 1) Developing a Relationship with a Mentor 2) Teamwork, 3) Professional Renewal, and 4) Coping with Stress.
This course will explain what peer helping is, outline steps in developing a Peer Helping program, and give advice how to design and develop a successful peer helping program.
Electronic harassment is a problem for students of all ages, and educators often need guidance related to when and how an appropriate intervention should occur.
This course will define mental health and explore ways of supporting mental health in schools among students, staff, and parents. It will also present ways to determine the current state of mental health in your school.
This course will cover common chronic health conditions of students. The course covers signs and symptoms of special medical conditions of students' including the need for staff to be familiar with students individual emergency health care plan.
This training will cover the common causes of severe allergic reactions (anaphylaxis) and train educators to recognize the signs and symptoms of anaphylaxis as well as emergency treatment.