Independence Health Department offers the following health promotion classes to the children at child care centers in Independence. Each class is 30 minutes in length.
Independence Health Department offers the AHA Pediatric CPR, AED, and First Aid classes for child care providers in Independence. There are a limited number of classes available, but additional classes can be found at http://www.moworkshopcalendar.org/ or http://www.heart.org/.
For additional information about upcoming classes, call Suzanne Meyer at 325-7320 or email email@example.com.
Child Care Provider Clock Hour Classes
April 8, 2017 8 a.m. Vaccine Preventable Diseases
9 a.m. Perceived Food Evils
10 a.m. Fire Safety
11 a.m. Water Safety
September 9, 2017 8 a.m. ABC’s Of Second Hand Smoking
9 a.m. Influenza for Child Care Providers
10 a.m. Link Between Disease and Weight
11 a.m. Car Seat and Seat Belt Safety
Classes are free, but you must register online through the MO Workshop, Calendar, http://www.moworkshopcalendar.org/. For all Childcare Provider Classes, Online registration will be available one month prior to classes. Class topics may change based on speaker availability. Participants will need a MOPD ID to register for classes. If you need a MOPD ID, this can be done by going online to the Open Initiative website, https://www.openinitiative.org/, look to the right side of the page, and click on “Request a MOPD ID.” Once you get your MOPD ID, you can register for classes on the MO Workshop Calendar.
For more information about any of these classes, please contact Suzanne Meyer at 816-325-7320 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Every week in America there are an average of four children killed in back-over accidents. Many more are injured. Back-over accidents occur because SUVs and vans have blind zones (bigger than blind spots) that make it impossible to see small children behind the vehicle.
Therefore, it is important to follow these steps in order to keep kids safe:
For more information, visit Safe Kids Worldwide.
Everyone is in a hurry. You may be tempted to leave your child in the car for "just a minute" while you run into the store. DON'T DO IT! There are very real dangers for children left alone in a vehicle including:
For more information, visit Children's Trust Fund of Missouri.