Instructor: Malisa Rader, Cindy Thompson, Joy Rouse, Sandra McKinnon, Mackenzie Johnson
Target Audience: All�
Early childhood professionals will learn how to be as healthy, safe, and green as possible by reducing exposure to toxins in the early childhood learning environment. Approved by Department of Human Services for 4.5 hours of professional development credit.
Register online: https://ccmis.dhs.state.ia.us/TrainingRegistry/SharedPages/ViewSeriesDetail.aspx?data=6tZLbj*T/m83sj2oDWqsxGZQjvoohkqC7yZxn8WWTfuv*5ZDcXlv/Q==
Ready to Learn? For more information about ISU Eco-Healthy Child Care® classes, contact Malisa Rader, (515) 708-0622.
Child care providers working for healthier children and a happier earth!
Eco-Healthy Child Care® is a national program that ensures child care settings are as happy, healthy, safe and green as possible by reducing children’s exposure to toxics. Early childhood professionals can make small changes that have a BIG IMPACT on the health of young children.
ISU Extension and Outreach offers a fun ONLINE workshop series with great resources!
Eco-Healthy Child Care® – Indoor (session 1)
A closer look at your indoor environment related to toxins including furniture & carpets, household chemicals, air quality, radon, and asbestos.
Eco-Healthy Child Care® – Outdoor (session 2)
A closer look at your outdoor environment related to toxins including pesticides, treated playground equipment, recycling and garbage
Eco-Healthy Child Care® – Materials (session 3)
A closer look at the materials used in your program related to toxins including plastics, art, lead and mercury.
Credit: 4.5 hours of professional development credit is approved by Department of Human Services for the online workshop series.
Dickinson County ISU Extension Office