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Community Courses

Community EducationThe Education Department embraces Cook Children's vision of improving the health and well being of every child.

We understand that the more the community knows about child health and safety, the better the lives of children who live in that community. That's why Cook Children's University offers community courses for parents, family members, child care workers and others.

Event list:

CourseDescription
Asthma EducationLearn more about your child's asthma and how to manage it. In this class, we will review asthma symptoms, triggers, and medication, and go over the home management plan of care. Registrations must be received at least 3 days prior to class.
Family & Friends CPRAHA’s video-based, classroom Family & Friends CPR Course teaches adult Hands-Only® CPR, adult AED use, child CPR and AED use, and infant CPR. This course also teaches how to relieve choking in an adult, child or infant.
Heartsaver CPR AED - ClassroomHeartsaver CPR AED is a classroom-based course utilizing AHA instructors and videos, with skills practice and validation.
November School Nurse Webcast: Crisis Prevention and De-escalation in the School SettingJoin Cook Children’s Psychiatry Therapist Manager Nik Andonov, LPC-S for a one-hour program designed to educate school nurses about characteristics and needs of children in crisis, fight-freeze-flight response, and de-escalation techniques.
What's Your Child's Occupation? Hint: Skills for LifeChildren have occupations, too: toileting, dressing, putting away their toys, playing bathing, and many other life skills. Our Cook Children's occupational therapists will share ideas about dressing and toileting in this workshop.
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