The course is specifically designed for personnel working in Iowa child care businesses. The course addresses the administration of oral medications, eye drops and ointments, ear drops, nasal drops and sprays, topical creams and ointments, nebulizer treatments and meter-dose inhalers. Participants must complete the Essentials for Medications in Child Care module prior to taking this course. This course includes a 1-hour skills competency evaluation to be completed within 30 days of taking the course.
Iowa's Early Childhood and School Age Professional Workforce Registry (i-PoWeR) is a comprehensive registry where you can find and enroll in the Department of Human Services (DHS) approved professional development opportunities related to early childhood and school-age professionals. It will also maintain a record of your professional achievements. Approved training opportunities can be accessed by visiting i-PoWeR below.
Medication Administration Skills Competency (Class)
This 2 hour professional development course is designed to address the principles and skills needed to administer medications to children.
Medication Administration Skills Competency Evaluation (Test-Out)
This is the hands-on skills competency initial test-out for child care providers who have completed the 2-hour Medication Administration Skills Competency course.
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Direct billing of child care expenses for foster children.
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