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HOSA

2/22/19 Northern Region “Winter” meeting from 11am – 2pm

Prairie State College
202 S. Hallstead Street
Chicago Heights
RSVP before 2/18/19 to Rebecca Wolfe at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 708-709-3691


 4/12/19 Annual CNAEA Conference from 8am – 4pm

Northfield Inn & Suites
3280 Northfield Drive
Springfield
To Register: visit https://cnaeducators.org

CNAEA

2/22/19 Northern Region “Winter” meeting from 11am – 2pm
              Prairie State College
              202 S. Hallstead Street
              Chicago Heights
              RSVP before 2/18/19 to Rebecca Wolfe at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 708-709-3691

4/12/19 Annual CNAEA Conference from 8am – 4pm
              Northfield Inn & Suites
              3280 Northfield Drive
              Springfield
              To Register: visit https://cnaeducators.org

Mental Health PD and Information

JOIN US FOR THIS INFORMATIVE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
 

Flyer for the Mental Health pre-conference has changed because information has been updated. 

Connections Pre-Conference

CTE Teachers, Counseling & Admin Professional Development:

Trauma Informed Care, Culturally Responsive Classrooms, Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) and their Impact on Student Learning 

When: March 5, 2019 – 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM

Where: Tinley Park Convention Center

What:  An engaging interactive day exploring trauma informed care with ACEs, discussing toxic stress and educator self-care and discovering strategies to support culturally responsive classrooms and social and emotional learning.

THE EVENT IS FREE – REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED – visit: https://illinoisstate.edu/traumainformedcare/


YOUTH MENTAL HEALTH FIRT AID "Take Aways"

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

  • 3% of 13-17 year olds have an eating disorder
  • 11% of school aged youths have ADD / AHD
  • 17% of females experience depression
  • 5.1% of males experience depression
  • Overall, 11.4% experience depression 

Teens are very resilient!  RECOVERY is POSSIBLE! 

The pattern for Youth Mental Health

Well --- Becoming unwell --- Unwell --- Recovery

USE the ALGEE 5 step plan!

  • Assess for risk
  • Listen non-judgementally
  • Give reassurance & information
  • Encourage appropriate professional help
  • Encourage self-help and other support strategies

SUICIDE PREVENTION LIFELINE - 1-800-273-TALK

Upcoming Events

1/24/19                 Stop the Bleed at LaSalle-Peru Area Career Center

2/13/19                ESSA Conference at Sheraton Hotel, Chicago

2/13-15/19          IACTE Conference at Marriott Bloomington/Normal Conference Center

Hope to see you at the ACTE Conference February 14 & 15, 2019 Be sure to check out our Health Science Breakout sessions!

o      How do you handle emergency & non-emergency events in your classroom?!?

o      Learn how to use your data to make pivots in your curriculum that will improve student outcomes!

o      Update on MyCAERT health science technology lesson plans.  Learn what is NEW

2/15&16/19        ILCTE ICR Exemplary Teacher Leadership Conference at Jumer’s Chateau, Normal

2/19&20/19        Stop the Bleed at Capitol Area Career Center

2/22/19                CNAEA Winter Northern Region meeting at Prairie State College, Chicago Heights

3/1/19                   VALES Conference in Sugar Grove

3/5/19                   Mental Health Conference as a Pre-Conference to the Connections Conference, Tinley Park Convention Center

Don’t move this from home page – I had to make some updates:  Below is the most current information

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Tuesday, March 5, 2019

Tinley Park Convention Center 

18451 Convention Center Drive

Tinley Park, IL.

FREE all- day Professional Development

ü  Trauma Informed Care (ACEs - Adverse Childhood Experiences)

ü Toxic Stress / Educator Self-Care

ü Culturally Responsive Classrooms

ü  Social Emotional Learning Support

In & Out of the Classroom

The research from the Kaiser Permanente study on ACEs is clear and compelling. ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences) have far reaching impact within our communities and our schools and is noted to be a public health crisis.  Attend this session to review the brain science behind ACEs and explore concepts and frameworks to apply universally that will assist in building more resilient students. At the conclusion of this session, participants will have a strengthened understanding of the ACEs research in order to positively impact student academic and social outcomes. Also, participants will learn strategies for practicing self-care to manage their compassion fatigue as a result of caring for others. Finally, participants will learn strategies that will assist them in building the positive relationships necessary to help students succeed to the best of their abilities.

8 PD hours available

7:30 a.m. registration

8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. PD sessions

LUNCH will be provided

REGISTRATION LINK:

 

 https://illinoisstate.edu/traumainformedcare/

3/6&7/19             Connections Conference at Tinley Park Convention Center

3/6/19                   Stop the Bleed at Connections Conference

3/12/19                IACTE CTE Showcase Day at Illinois State Capitol Building

3/13-15/19          HOSA Spring Leadership Conference in BOS Center, Springfield

4/12/19                Annual CNAEA Conference at Northfield Inn & Conference Center, Springfield

4/26/19                Health Science Research Symposium at Illinois State University

6/7/19                   ILCTE ICR Conference at Illinois State University Alumni Center

6/10&11/19        ILCTE ICR Summer Academy at Northern Illinois University Conference Center, Naperville

6/12-14/19          Region III ACTE Conference in Lisle

6/17&18/19        ILCTE ICR Summer Academy at IEA Professional Development Center, Springfield

6/19&20/19       ILCTE ICR Summer Academy at Mount Vernon High School

Stop the Bleed Campaign

The only thing more tragic than death from bleeding….

IS A DEATH THAT COULD HAVE BEEN PREVENTED.

The “Stop the Bleed” campaign was initiated by a federal interagency workgroup convened by the National Security Council Staff and The White House. The purpose of the campaign is to build a national resilience by better preparing the public to save lives by raising awareness of basic actions to stop life threatening bleeding following everyday emergencies and man-made and natural disasters. Advances made by military medicine and research into hemorrhage control during the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq have informed the work of this initiative which exemplifies translation of knowledge back to the homeland to the benefit of the general public. “Stop the Bleed” is a registered service mark of the Department of Defense.

Use of the equipment and the training does not guarantee that all bleeding will be stopped or that all lives will be saved.

©2017 American College of Surgeons

Qualifications for Trainers:

  • Complete Basic “Stop the Bleed” Workshop.
  • EMT / 1st responders / Paramedics.
  • RNs & Nurse Practitioners.
  • Physician Assistants.
  • Physician / Surgeon.
  • Register qualifications on bleedingcontrol.org to become recognized as an approved trainer.

Professional Development Basic Training Session

  • Training workshop sessions are 1 – ½ hours with hands on practical experience with tourniquets, pressure application & packing various size & depth wounds.
  • Trainer(s) can train 8 participants per trainer / per session.
  • All necessary supplies and booklet provided for the training.
  • Certificate after successful completion of the basic workshop.
  • Trainer able to provide 3-4 session per school day.

Expected Outcomes with training session

Participants will:

  • Understand that uncontrolled bleeding is the number one cause of PREVENTABLE death from trauma.
  • Learn ABCs of Bleeding (alert 911, find the bleeding and apply compress - pressure)
  • Responders learn how to protect themselves from blood-borne infections.
  • Be able to identify “life threatening” bleeding emergencies.
  • Be aware of their personal safety & victim’s safety.
  • Learn how to correctly apply direct pressure, pack various size & depth wounds, correctly apply tourniquet.

For more information about scheduling a

FREE “Stop the Bleed”

professional development contact:

Nance Budde RN 

 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.