This course is intended to provide the clinician with the necessary information related to recognizing and reporting child abuse in the state of Iowa and to meet the mandatory licensing obligation of 2 hour course required every 5 years by the state of Iowa. This course is approved by the Iowa Department of Health for Child Abuse mandatory reporter training. Approval #3733; Approval Dates 12/16/15 - 2/10/19.
Course created on January 25, 2016
- Identify key Iowa legislative changes that protected children from abuse.
- Define key factors that increase the potential for Child Abuse.
- Identify different types of child abuse and the signs and symptoms.
- Identify what constitutes a mandatory reporters in Iowa.
- Define the process for reporting Child Abuse in the state of Iowa.
|5-25 Minutes||Child Abuse in the US and the state of Iowa|
|25-55 Minutes||Child Abuse and Iowa Law|
|55-85 Minutes||The Reporting Process|
|85-100 Minutes||Iowa Department of Human Service Process Following a Report|
|100-115 Minutes||Intervention and Prevention|
Peggy Parker, MHA, OTR/L
Peggy Parker, MHA, OTR/L is a licensed occupational therapist in the state of Iowa. She has extensive experience in rehabilitation services, long term care administration, and is currently working as a care provider for the Veteran's administration. She is recognized as a subject matter expert in home sefety and modifications, with the capacity to meet cleint priorties and mdeical needs. Ms. Parker has also served on many patient advocacy and occupational therapy boards in the state of Iowa.
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