Heath Science Technology
The mission of the Illinois Career and Technical Education Innovative Curriculum Resources Project headed by Illinois State University and funded by Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Improvement Act of 2006, is to facilitate and coordinate Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs in public, secondary and post secondary schools in Illinois.
Provide state-wide coordination of CTE programs, career awareness and development of initiatives through the creation and dissemination of on-line activities and lesson plans relating to career exploration, career decision making and career guidance.
Assist in bridging the gap between employers and the educational field by researching strategies to improve communication and collaborative efforts within and between EFE Directors, CTE teachers, career counselors, post secondary institutions and workforce advisory boards.
Illinois HOSA website - www.illinoishosa.org
IACTE website - www.iacte.org
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Hope to see you at the
February 14 & 15, 2019
Be sure to check out our Health Science Breakout sessions!
PLEASE SAVE THE DATE
Tuesday, March 5, 2019
Tinley Park Convention Center
18451 Convention Center Drive
Tinley Park, IL.
FREE all day Professional Development
Trauma Informed Care (ACEs - Adverse Childhood Experiences)
Educator Self Care
Social / Emotional impact on students
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.
6 PD hours available
8:00 a.m. registration
8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. PD sessions
LUNCH on your own
REGISTRATION LINK will be available on 12/1!
Check back to our website!
SAVE THE DATE
All CNA instructors
Annual CNAEA meeting
April 12, 2019
Springfield @ the Northfield Inn
Save the dates!
Mark your calendars now!
You won't want to miss these 2 exciting & informative days
of professional development!
16 PD hours will be available
Northern Region in Naperville on June 10 & 11, 2019 @ NIU Conference Center
Central Region in Springfield on June 17 & 18, 2019 @ IEA Professional Development Center
Southern Region on June 20 & 21, 2019 @ Mt. Vernon High School
The registration link will be coming soon!
U.S. Nursing Assistants
in Nursing Homes
Over 600,000 nursing assistants deliver personal care, assistance with ADLs and clinical support to 1.5 million nursing home residents across the United States.
91% are female.
9% are male.
Most nursing assistants are under age 45. The median age is 36.
2.2 median hours per resident per day spent with CNAs.
Median CNA income of $21,200 per year. ($12.84/hour)
Half of nusring assistants have completed no formal education beyond high school.
CNAs are over 3 times more likely to experience workplace injuries than the typical U.S. worker.
76% work full time for a full year.
***Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Division of Occupational Employment Statistics, Occupational Employment & Wage Estimates, U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, U.S. Census Bureau, analysis by PHI (July 13, 2018)
CTE Student Enrollment in 2017 Statewide
ILLINOIS HOSA STATE LEADERSHIP
CONFERENCE DATE & LOCATION:
March 13-15, 2019 at Decatur Convention Center & Hotel
REGISTRATION FEE: $80
1st SEMESTER deadline for National Recognition Program is
October 15, 2018
1st SEMESTER dealdine for Illinois State Conference eligibility is
November 2, 2018
HOSA NATIONAL CHARITY PROJECT
National Pediatric Cancer Foundation
SUMMER ACADEMY PD SESSION
"WHY SHOULD WE HIRE YOU??"
Presented by: Brooks Harper
Watch your GPA -- GOALS / PLAN / ACHIEVE
1st impression is important!
During an interview:
BEHAVORIAL SKILLS are soft skills - these can equal DOLLAR$
Dilligence - NEVER DO LESS
Organization (manage your time and your money)
Accountability (take FULL RESPONSIBILITY for YOUR actions)
$Speak well (good grammar)
YOUTH MENTAL HEALTH FIRT AID
Teens are very resilient! RECOVERY is POSSIBLE!
The pattern for Youth Mental Health
Well --- Becoming unwell --- Unwell --- Recovery
USE the ALGEE 5 step plan!
SUICIDE PREVENTION LIFELINE - 1-800-273-TALK
***IMPORTANT INFORMATION FROM
THE AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION***
Some heart attacks are sudden & intense, but most of them start slowly, with mild pain or discomfort.
Here are the signs that can mean a heart attack is happening!
If you or someone you're with has one or more of these signs,
call 911 immediately.
Get to the hospital right away.
***IMPORTANT INFORMATION FROM
THE AMERICAN STROKE ASSOCIATION***
Stroke is a MEDICAL EMERGENCY! Every second counts, because TIME LOST is BRAIN LOST! Know these stroke warning signs and share them with others:
If you or someone with you has one or more of they signs,
Call 911 immediately so an ambulance -- ideally with advanced life support -- can come.
Check the time so you will know when the first symptoms appeared. It's important to take immediate action. If given within three (3) hours of the start of symptoms, a clot-busting drug can reduce the long-term disability for the most common type of stroke.