Find balance in your life and take the time to think about your own wellbeing and health as you continue to care for your students and staff! In this webinar, LeAnn will share her tips from her book, "SelfCare for HealthCare" and teach you how you can reach your self care goals.
Unexpected transitions to remote learning may have interrupted screening schedules for individual students, as well as whole grade levels. Join us to learn tips and tricks that can help you speed up your process for vision and hearing screening.
Medical emergencies happen every day, all over the world. Having trained professionals available on-demand to immediately assess and treat patients would be an optimal, but largely impractical expectation.
In this webinar, Assistive Technology professionals and National Board Certified Teachers Tiffany Massie and Sheryl Hazelbaker join us to discuss how to identify and fix 'holes' in academic and functional skills.
In this webinar, Special Education Teacher, Holly Myers will discuss how she uses Project Discovery, a job-ready compliant transition plan, to successfully address the needs of all students and facilitate authentic work-based learning.
Sudden Cardiac Arrest is the #1 killer of student athletes and the leading cause of death on school campuses. During this webinar, we will discuss important programs and protocols that can help to prevent your students from becoming another devastating statistic.
SNAP Health Center contains critical built-in monitoring and notification features that School Nurses need in their electronic health records (EHR) to manage the health and safety of the student population during and after the COVID-19 crisis.
This webinar is designed to help you “Stop the Bleed” as you learn about the contents of your bleeding control kits contents and how to use them. We will cover the proper application and use of gloves, tourniquets, trauma shears, gauze, pressure wraps, and more!
As we consider ways to keep students' health and wellness in mind during these challenging COVID-19 times, we have worked to gather resources to support you with creative financial strategies to help you get ready for vision screenings this fall.
Find out creative ways to encourage learning at home! Join Raveena Kingra, a school occupational therapist, who will take you through different strategies to provide a comprehensive learning experience!
Get to know the how and why of hearing screening for early childhood (ages 0-5 years). This webinar will go through the hearing screening methods available and discuss specific tests and methods that are most appropriate for this age group in order to obtain reliable results.
Join School Health and Cardiac Science for this informative, emotional, and enlightening presentation about the importance of being "Rescue Ready" if a Sudden Cardiac Arrest event occurs in your school.
In trauma-related emergencies, the top cause of preventable death is bleeding. Twenty percent of people who have died from traumatic injuries could have survived with proper bleeding control.
This webinar is designed to help you “Stop the Bleed” by learning how to recognize life-threatening blood loss, how to stop it and how to get victims the emergency medical help they need quickly.
This webinar is designed to help you increase your knowledge of hearing screening. Hearing screening best practices will weaved in throughout the course. Topics covered will include: hearing pathway anatomy, types of hearing tests (and when to use them), how to conduct a proper audiometry test, and how to conduct a proper OAE test.
Their mission was to comply with state guidelines for vision screening and help identify students who needed correction.
In this webinar, Mary Ellen Barkman will discuss how PCS prepares each of their students for the future by reducing undiagnosed vision disorders, improving sight and preventing blindness. You will also learn how a large percentage of students covered by Medicaid allowed PCS to ensure that students who were referred had the means to be seen by an eye care specialist and receive glasses, if necessary.
In this webinar, Dr. Evan Silverstein will discuss the ways that each method of vision screening can be beneficial for children older than 5-years-old.
You'll also learn the differences in referral criteria with instruments versus eye charts in school-aged children, how photo screening can increase your screening efficiency and outcomes, and how using an instrument in your screening program can extend your ability to identify a larger number of children in need of visual intervention.
The first in our Ask the Experts webinar series, in which Ryan Raymond, Manager of Vision Care Marketing for Welch Allyn’s Spot™ Vision Screener, and Chelsea Elliot, Executive Director of the half Helen Foundation, discussed the ways Spot can help school nurses make vision screening exams faster and more comprehensive..
Join School Health and Cardiac Science for this informative, emotional and compelling presentation about the importance of being "Rescue Ready" if a Sudden Cardiac Arrest event occurs in your school. Our presenter, Shawn Sima, will share his personal experience with SCA and what he's doing to keep schools safe from SCA fatalities.
Join Dr. David Hadley, President of Cardea Screen, as he talks about how to help prevent sudden cardiac arrest in young athletes. Learn how ECG screening can identify athletes that require follow up for life threatening cardiac abnormalities.in Tricia Taylor-Hoff, Manager of Rescue Ready AED Management Service at Cardiac Science, as she talks about the maintaining your AEDs so they are always ready and working.
Join Alan Rosenauer, CEO of Compliance Publishing, as he goes through what safety training is required for schools. Learn how to maintain safety certificates and best practices for managing a school's safety training program.
Join Alice Boatman, Emergency Preparedness and Continuity Coordinator at Montgomery College, and Tammy Lombardi, Heart Safe Solution Specialist and 12-year veteran with Physio-Control, to learn best practices for managing successful AED programs of all sizes.
Richard S. Tirendi, CEO and Co-Founder, VisionQuest 20/20 will discuss an innovative technology that can detect virtually any problem that impacts a child’s ability to see. Learn the differences between objective and subjective vision screenings. Get to know what APP and AAPOS recommend. He will also talk about how the EyeSpy 20/20 Video Game Vision Screener works and how schools can bring the program to their students at little to no cost.
This webinar is targeted to the staff of Head Start and other early childhood programs that screen vision in young children. It is important for these centers to develop a strong vision health program that ensures all children will have the opportunity to develop their best visual potential.ichard S. Tirendi, CEO and Co-Founder, VisionQuest 20/20 will discuss an innovative technology that can detect virtually any problem that impacts a child’s ability to see. Learn the differences between objective and subjective vision screenings. Get to know what APP and AAPOS recommend. He will also talk about how the EyeSpy 20/20 Video Game Vision Screener works and how schools can bring the program to their students at little to no cost.
This webinar is targeted to the staff of Head Start and other early childhood programs that screen vision in young children. It is important for these centers to develop a strong vision health program that ensures all children will have the opportunity to develop their best visual potential.
This webinar will go over why it is important for Head Start and early childhood programs screen vision of young children to understand the "why" behind vision screening (other than screening is mandated or a program offering).
Barbara Smith, MS, of SchoolMeds.com and Philip Johnson, Clinical Pharmacist will explore what current research tells us about safe medication practices, and how best practices translate into the complex working environment of the school nurse.
As many as two-thirds of students in classrooms today score below proficiency in reading. This includes students who speak English as a second language, students with disabilities, and others who do not yet possess the skills needed to meet today's rigorous standards. Read&Write Gold software provides comprehensive literacy supports for diverse learners at all levels. This includes text-to-speech, word prediction, talking and picture dictionaries, vocabulary list builder, grammar supports and much more!
Learn how a new iPad compatible wireless video magnifier called E-bot can help students with low vision embrace assistive technology, even if they’ve been reluctant in the past. Find out how portable, wireless magnifiers with OCR text-to-speech can minimize lesson prep time and increase lesson flexibility for teachers and trainers.
Melissa Henry and David Pashayan from Dragon NaturallySpeaking® will discuss how students and workers with Assistive Needs or Repetitive Stress Injuries (RSI) can use speech recognition software to increase productivity with minimal supervision.
Dragon NaturallySpeaking Professional enterprise-ready speech recognition software lets you interact with your PC by voice - three times faster than typing - to boost productivity and cut costs. Control your PC with simple voice commands. Create documents, send email, and search the Web just by talking. Create macros to automate business processes. Even use a digital voice recorder and Dragon will transcribe the audio files back at your PC.
The Safe Laser System from InvoTek allows you to communicate with your medical providers and family, use your favorite computing device, or control your environment with an easy-to-use, eye-safe laser pointer and specialized keyboard. The hands free keyboard is simple to control and the eye-safe laser pointing system is ideal for people with complex needs.
Speech Buddies help children overcome articulation disorders – faster. Improve your students' existing speech therapy routine or establish a new one. Great tools for use in professional therapy sessions and at home for practice and reinforcement.
ClaroRead is a handy floating toolbar that aids in reading, writing, research, comprehension and test-taking by offering an arsenal of tools all in easy reach across Microsoft Office, PDF , the internet and more. This award-winning software offers word prediction, audible read-back, research and fact tracking, spellcheck, thesaurus and homophone support from a compact and simple to use interface that's ready when you are.
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