The answer to the lack of quality childcare in this nation is a trained advocate whose expertise in the field helps a Special Needs Child thrive.
At various levels and organizational relationship, both Professional and Certified Pediatric Technicianswork with medical, social service, educational and legal professionals.
As a result of the unique training, a CPT can:
Identify special children's needs.
Implement Plans of Care or IEPs that meet individualized assessments.
Implement age appropriate stimulation and limitations to meet the goals and outcomes of the child study team.
Promote intellectual, emotional and social development of the child.
Orient other staff to the child's needs and Plan of Care or IEP adjustments.
Act as Liaisons for social service agencies, families and staff members and outside consultants or professionals regarding service.
Contribute to the growth and development of the child while performing additional assigned responsibilities as necessary and appropriate.
Sometimes insurance or federal/state funding will assist a family pay for the services of a Certified Pediatric Technician.
A CERTIFIED PEDIATRIC TECHNICIAN SHOULD BE PART OF THE FEDERAL IDEA EDUCATION PLAN (IEP).
Graduate opportunities are dependent on internal qualifications of employers and individual state regulations.
The term Certified Pediatric Technician is a registered trademark. All curriculum produced from this program is privately owned copywritten material. The National Certified Pediatric Technician Insitute & Association is a 501 (C) (3) Institution to which a tax- deductible contribution is permitted by law. Fed. Tax ID # 22-384-6018. Please make a tax- deductible contribution to NCPTI&A and support the education of child care providers who are certified as Pediatric Technicians.
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.