Tuesday, May 2, 2017 - Pre Institute: REGIONAL NEW HEALTH MANAGER ORIENTATION Presented by: National Center on Health and Wellness
Time: 9:00am—5:00pmRegistration Fee: $150.00 / member Food Provided: Continental Breakfast and Lunch
In this session participants will be introduced to health services management in Head Start. This training will be useful for health managers looking to learn specific strategies and resources in their role as well as to deepen the understanding of the various ways they can impact the health and well-being of children and families.
Who Should Attend: This workshop is highly recommended for newer health managers/coordinators and health staff who have been in their position 3 years or less and we would like to give registration priority to these newer managers. However, we also welcome health staff who have been in their position from 3 to 5 years as this training will be interactive with opportunities to learn from each other. If you have been in your position greater than 3 years and would like to attend this training, please email Michelle Iocca at email@example.com to be put on waiting list.
Tentative Agenda (subject to change):
9:00 am Welcome Introductions and Overview of the Training School Readiness Begins with Health9:30 am Health Manager Orientation Guide Scavenger Hunt Tasks and Roles of Health Managers Timeline Activity10:00 am Determining Child Health Status10:20 am Taking Care of Ourselves/Wellness Break10:40 am Medication Administration and Health Plan11:00 am Active Supervision12:00 pm Lunch1:30 pm Emergency Preparedness Oral Health Mental Health2:45 pm Taking Care of Ourselves/Wellness Break3:15 pm Health Services Advisory Committee Community Mapping Activity4:15 pm VEEC and other NCECHW Resources4:30 pm Next Steps Planning5:00 pm Adjourn
*If you are attending the the New Health Manager Orientation, please bring a copy of your Head Start Performance Standards.
** If you are attending the New Health Manager Orientation, please register for MyPeers before the training. Link for information on MyPeers on ECLKChttps://eclkc.ohs.acf.hhs.gov/hslc/customerservice/new-media/mypeers.htmlLink to directly to sign-up for MyPeers:http://www.123contactform.com/form-2230355/My-Peers
Wednesday, May 3, 2017: 2nd ANNUAL IHSA HEALTH INSTITUTE
Time: 8:30am—4:30pmRegistration Fee: $175.00 / member REGISTER FOR BOTH THE NEW HEALTH MANAGER ORIENTATION AND THE HEALTH INSTITUTE AND SAVE ON YOUR REGISTRATION FEES! Registration Fee For Both Events: $300.00 / memberFood Provided: Continental Breakfast and Lunch
IHSA’s Health Institute provides training for Head Start staff who work with families on all aspects of health including physical and mental well-being including oral health, developmental screening, obesity prevention, health insurance, program monitoring, safety, emergency preparedness, and much more.
Who Should Attend: Managers, Consultants and Coordinators all in the areas of Mental Health, Nutrition, and General Health as well as Program Directors, and Family Service Workers looking to expand their knowledge in the area of health.
7:30 - 8:30 / Registration and Continental Breakfast8:30 - 8:45 / Welcome8:45 - 9:45 / Opening Keynote Session with Ronald Mah "Boogers, Tantrums, Head Lice and Pin Worms....Just Why Do We Do This?"A humorous session that encourages participants to value both the challenges of working with young children and themselves as vital contributors to children, families and the community. From runny noses, to germs, to tantrums -- the frustrations of early childhood development work are balanced against the impact of good and great caregiving on children's development and community and social health. 10:00 - 11:30 / Breakout Sessions11:45 - 12:45 / Luncheon with Keynote Speaker1:00 - 2:30 / Breakout Sessions2:45 - 4:15 / Breakout Sessions
FEATURED BREAKOUT SESSIONS:
Sunset Circles Training Fussy Baby Network Model / Erickson InstituteIllinois Farm to School "What is with this kid!? Understanding Temperament for More Effective Management & Discipline" / Keynote Speaker, Ronald MahChildhood Stress "Intrusions into the Magic Kingdom" / Keynote Speaker Ronald Mah"What First....Intervention Last" Assessments in Intervention & Treatment Planning in Therapy & Other Human Services Work / Keynote Speaker Ronald MahEye Health and Safety in the Head Start Population / Prevent Blindness IllinoisBecoming Autism Informed / American Academy of Pediatrics, IL ChapterBuilding Resilient Brains is as Easy as A-B-C, 1-2-3! / American Academy of Pediatrics, IL ChapterMulti Cultural Food Experiences in the ClassroomLead Poisoning and What you Need to Know to Protect and Advocate for Families / Illinois Environmental CouncilGood Oral Health = Good Overall Health / Department of Public Health, Division of Oral HealthCulture of Safety / Health Specialist
**NO CANCELLATION POLICY. NAME CHANGES WILL BE ACCEPTED UP TO 72 HOURS PRIOR TO TRAINING**