This course is designed to prepare the Day Care Personel with the ability to render first aid and recognize several life threatening emergencies such as a respiratory arrest.

More importantly this course 
aims to equip the Day Care Personel with the knowledge and skills in providing resuscitation to a collapsed infant/child, in a safe, timely and effective manner according to the standards and guidelines.


Table of Contents

Injury Prevention

Was this an Accident?
Injury Facts
Injury Triangle
Safety Checklist
Safety Inspection Sheet
Child Development/Injury Prevention Chart
Warning Signs of Child Abuse/Neglect
County Children Services Agencies
Incident Report Form
Injury Prevention Plan
Action Plan Sheets
Safety Resources

 

Emergency Preparedness &

the Emergency Action

Principles

Emergency Preparedness Checklist
Required First-aid supplies
Emergency Phone numbers
When to call EMS?
Is this an Emergency?
Emergency Procedures for an Injury or Illness
Approach to an Ill or Injured Child
Emergency Action Principles - Overview and Survey the Scene 
Emergency Action Principle #2 - Primary Survey
Emergency Action Principle #3 - Accessing EMS
Emergency Action Principles #4 - Secondary Survey
Infection Control
How to Wash Hands

Responding to Breathing

Emergencies, Bleeding and

Shock

Shock First-aid
Controlling Bleeding
Nosebleeds
Prevention of Breathing Emergencies
CPR for Children
CPR for Infants
Choking (Conscious)
SIDS in Child Care Setting

Responding to Specific

Injuries

Ohio Child Restraint Law
Rules for Transportation
To Move or Not to Move an Injured Child
Neck & Back Injuries
Head Injuries
Muscle and Bone Injuries
Eye Problems
Bites
Tick Removal

 

Responding to Specific

Injuries 2

Stings

Shedding Baby Teeth & Preventing Dental Injuries 
Dental First-aid Chart
Poison Prevention
Toxic Plants
Arts & Crafts Materials 
Medication Administration 
Poisoning & Overdose
Burn Prevention
Burns
Heat Emergencies
Hypothermia
Frostbite
Preventing Heat & Cold Emergencies 
Blisters
Bruises
Cuts/Scrapes
Diarrhea
Ears
Electric Shock
Fainting
Fever
Headache
Rashes
Puncture Wounds
Splinters
Stomach Aches
Tetanus
Vomit
Unconsciousness

 

Children with Special Health

Care Needs

Children with Special Needs
Emergency Care Plans f or Children with Special Needs
Allergies Information
Allergic Reaction
Asthma Information
Asthma/Wheezing, Breathing Difficulty
Diabetes Information
Diabetes
Seizures Information
Seizures

Applying Injury Prevention

and First-Aid

Injury Prevention Situations



We prevent injuries together!


Sports is fun and healthy! Usually ... because an injury can cause a lot of trouble. Unfortunately, not all injuries can be prevented. However, a good and fast Sport First Aid (SFA) can prevent worse. The recovery of a sports injury starts at the moment the first aid is provided.