CHILDREN IN OUR COUNTRY SHOULD NOT BE NEGLECTED AND ABUSED!
Certified Pediatric Technicians are the connecting link between social service agencies and the forgotten child.
Approximately 1 in 5 children require health and related services. Currently these special children do not receive the services because of the lack of trained professionals. Overseeing a child's care is a multi-faceted approach that encompasses so many aspects of care. Support includes the preventive interventions on a medical or social level and environmental influences and performing such tasks as medical equipment use, nutrition, activities for daily living are just a small part of the specialized care offered by CPT's. Certified Pediatric Technicians have that skill and are ready to step in and complete the circle of support that the State should provide.
Trust is the most valuable gift you can give a child. CPT's have been trained to act in defense of children and recognize signs of abuse or neglect.
Some questions to ask to see if a children has become the victim of abuse and neglect:
Is a child timid or shy?
Is a child appropriately depressed or do you sense something that this child does not want to express?
Does the child cry for no reason?
Does the child have unexplained bruises?
Does the child appear unusually frail or shockingly small their age?
Identifying signs of abuse and neglect is an important part of the defense of children. In order to understand what a child who has been neglected has experienced, the Certified Pediatric Technician is taught all the variable changes that they might encounter when working with children who have had this horrible experience.
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As such, we are now accepting Association Friends Memberships. If your association or company would like to join as a member, there is a donation of $50 per year. This fee will assist in the payment of any student unable to pay for themselves. Not only does this help a prospective student, in the long run it will assist every disabled child. For more information, see www.pediatrictechnician.us ‘ Donations may be made by Pay Pal.