Signs and Symptoms of Illness

Over twelve million children in the United States spend 35 hours or more a week in child care. Exposure to large groups of children for this significant amount of time increases the risk of infectious diseases. This class describes the common childhood illnesses including the signs and symptoms, and preventive measures for caregivers. The class will cover methods of transmission and the pathogens or agents such as bacteria or viruses that cause these diseases. Vaccine preventable diseases will also be discussed.


Class Credits: 2 Clock Hours

Please Note: This is a private class open only to participants of the Child Care Program. If you wish to enroll in this class, you must first login to the website and choose from the class options available. If you don't already have a user account, you will be asked to register as part of the class registration process. 

September 16th, 2019 6:30 PM   through   8:30 PM
11811 S Sunset Dr
Rm 1070/1075
Olathe, KS 66061
United States
Event Fee $ 20.000000000