Please view the Bloodborne Pathogen video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1HVr43Yk8z4.
To receive credit for this training, take the quiz: Bloodborne Pathogen Quiz. You will need to create an account – for tracking purposes, please use your school email address.
Please go to http://www.pacnj.org/pdfs/PowerPointPDF-AsthmaManagementintheClassroom.pdf to view the power point presentation by the The Pediatric/Adult Asthma Coalition of New Jersey.
To receive credit for this training, take this quiz: Asthma Training Quiz. You will need to create an account – for tracking purposes, please use your school email address.
Handouts to supplement the Asthma Training:
Go to http://www.allergyready.com for the Epinephrine Training to register for the course. Once you’re registered, click on Launch Module to begin the course. Upon completion of the module and receiving your certificate, bring the certificate to the School Nurse and be ready to give a return demonstration on epinephrine administration.
This site has good information and handouts about food allergies to download/print off for your classroom, sub folder, and students: Food Allergy Research & Education Resources For Schools
The Epilepsy Foundation developed Seizure Training for School Personnel in response to the need for a consistent educational tool to help promote a positive social and educational environment for students living with seizures and epilepsy.
You can complete the training on the Epilepsy Foundation website by following their instructions and creating an account on their website. They will give you a certificate upon completion which should be given to the School Nurse.
You may watch this video, Seizures In School, read through this powerpoint, Seizure Training for School Personnel, and complete the Epilepsy quiz. You will need to create an account – for tracking purposes, please use your school email address.
All classroom teachers, special education teachers, librarians, teacher assistants, school bus drivers, aides and other staff members or volunteers in grads K-12 can benefit from these resources.
This First Aid Powerpoint Presentation is intended as a guideline for helping an ill or injured student when the school nurse is not available or until she is summoned.
This Diabetes Power Point Presentation is intended to inform teachers about how to keep kids with diabetes safe at school. The presentation defines diabetes, describes warning signs for immediate concerns such as hypoglycemia, and gives tips for helping students with diabetes succeed in the classroom.
Two handouts to supplement the Diabetes PPP:
This Head Lice 101 presentation is to help educate teachers and parents about head lice.
Meningococcal Meningitis 101 Presentation is a presentation to help educate teachers, parents and the community about meningococcal meningitis.
Please visit Voices Of Meningitis to learn more about meningococcal disease, hear stories from families who have been impacted by the disease and find additional educational materials and resources.
Heads Up: Concussion in Youth Sports is a free, online course available to coaches, parents, and others helping to keep athletes safe from concussion. Once you complete the training and quiz, you can print out a certificate, making it easy to show your league or school you are ready for the season. Coaches & Physical Education teachers, please give a copy of your certificate to the Athletic Director.
We can help athletes stay active and healthy by knowing the facts about concussion and when it is safe for athletes to return to play.
Download the Parent and Athlete Information Sheet
Download the Fact Sheet for Parents