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CPR / First Aid Training

This training is available to Extended Family Home providers. The Red Cross First Aid course will meet the following objectives: Explain Universal Precautions and the Good Samaritan Law Teach foster parents how to respond to a medical emergency, and what to do until a trained medical professional arrives Discuss how to put together an expanded […]

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CPR / First Aid Training

This training is available to Extended Family Home providers. The Red Cross First Aid course will meet the following objectives: Explain Universal Precautions and the Good Samaritan Law Teach foster parents how to respond to a medical emergency, and what to do until a trained medical professional arrives Discuss how to put together an expanded […]

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CPR / First Aid Training

This training is available to Extended Family Home providers. The Red Cross First Aid course will meet the following objectives: Explain Universal Precautions and the Good Samaritan Law Teach foster parents how to respond to a medical emergency, and what to do until a trained medical professional arrives Discuss how to put together an expanded […]

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Medication Aid Training

This training is required for all foster parents and EFH providers each licensure period and worth 2 CEUs. Medication Aide training reviews safe medication management. After this training, foster parents and EFH providers should be able to: Give meds in a safe, consistent manner; in a clean, sterile technique; and have medication that is clearly labeled […]

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Employee Spotlight: Supporting Individuals with Developmental Disabilities and their Caregivers

Michaela Breault works with clients with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their care teams to help them learn skills for independent living.

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CPR / First Aid Training

This training is available to Extended Family Home providers. The Red Cross First Aid course will meet the following objectives: Explain Universal Precautions and the Good Samaritan Law Teach foster parents how to respond to a medical emergency, and what to do until a trained medical professional arrives Discuss how to put together an expanded […]

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Developmental Disabilities Become More Common & Community Inclusion Needs to Keep Up

Developmental disabilities continue to become more common, emphasizing a need for community inclusion and specialized health, education and social services.

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Medication Aide Training

Medication Aide training reviews safe medication management. After this training, KVC Extended Family Home providers should be able to: Give meds in a safe, consistent manner; in a clean, sterile technique; and have medication that is clearly labeled and issued by a pharmacy or hospital Understand The 8 Rights of Medication Administration Properly store medication […]

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Mandt Training (Preventing, De-escalating, Intervening)

This training is available to Extended Family Home providers. The Mandt System is a comprehensive, integrated approach to preventing, de-escalating, and if necessary, intervening when the behavior of an individual poses a threat of harm to themselves and/or others. The focus of The Mandt System is on building healthy relationships between all the stakeholders in […]

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Nebraska Community Comes Together to Spread Holiday Joy

Partners throughout Nebraska came together to provide holiday gifts for children and teens in foster care and people with developmental disabilities living away from home.

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