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Working with Children with Special Diets, Food Allergies, and Specialized Feeding Issues - WEBINAR THIS TRAINING IS CLOSED
Date:
May 24th, 2017, including 5/31/17.
Time
6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Contact
Sue Hamlett (SHamlett@valleyopp.com)
Cost
25.00
THIS TRAINING IS FULL, PLEASE CALL OUR OFFICE TO BE ADDED TO A WAIT LIST 413-736-3900


Food allergies affect 1 in 13 children in the United States, with young children being affected the most. Food allergies, food sensitivities and other feeding issues are an increasing concern for early education and care programs. Participants will be introduced to the health and safety needs of children with special dietary needs and ways to support these children and collaborate with families and health professionals. Participants will begin to develop their own individual health care plan for children with special diets, allergies, and specialized feeding issues in their program. This class will be taught in a webinar format, in two 2-hour live webinars with required homework assignments.

QRIS Alignment: Safe, Healthy, Indoor and Outdoor Environments

Dates: Wednesdays, May 24 & 31, 2017
Location: The comfort of your own home
Time: 6:30 P.M. - 8:30 P.M.
Presenter: Linda Schumacher
Credits: .5 CEU, 5 EEC Training Hours
Audience: GCC, FCC & OST
Cost: $25.00
Core Competency: 1. Understanding Growth and
Development of Children and Youth
Category of Study: 6. Children with Special Needs,
Birth – 16 Years & 8. Health and Safety in Early
Childhood


download: WEBINAR_5-24-17_Special_Diets_Flyer.docx
download: WEBINAR_5-24-17_Special_Diets_Flyer.pdf

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Registrant One


In order to register you must supply a PQ Registry #. If you do not have one, please register for one on the EEC Website.

Date of training: May 24

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This training is supported with funding from the Educator and Provider Support (EPS) grant, Department of Early Education and Care.