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Information on health support training requirements and how staff can access training.
A summary of training providers is listed below in alphabetic order of the health or personal care need. Go to health support for children and young people for more information.
|Acquired brain injury||Women's and Children's Hospital Child and Adolescent Brain Injury Rehabilitation Service (CABIRS)||
|Anaphylaxis and severe allergies||ASCIA||
Anaphylaxis e-training for Australasian early childhood centres or schools.
Free online training.
|Chronic illness||EDMed Professional Development (free education sessions)|
|Continence||Continence Resource Centre (CRC)||
|Diabetes||Country Health SA Local Health Network Diabetes Service||
May be able to assist to provide advice and assistance to support children in rural and remote areas.
|Diabetes||Nadine Harrison (credentialed diabetes educator)||
|Diabetes||Women's and Children's Hospital||
Endocrinology and Diabetes department may be able to provide advice and assistance through Diabetes Nurse Educators.
|First aid||Department for Education||
Refer to the department's work health and safety intranet
|Infection control||Hand Hygiene Australia (HHA)|
|Medication management||Women's and Children's Hospital, disability service||
Specialised training is required for administration of some medications. Refer to medication management for details.
|Neurodiversity||Black Dog Institute|
|Neurodiversity||Centre for Emotional Health|
|RUOK? In Education|
|Oral eating and drinking||Feeding matters|
|Oral eating and drinking||Novita||
|Oral eating and drinking||Queensland Health (recommended by WCH speech pathologists)|
Novita may be able to provide training or consultancy to support the children with osteogenesis imperfecta.
|Seizures and epilepsy||Registered Nurse Delegation of Care Program (RNDCP)||
|Seizures and epilepsy||Epilepsy Action Australia|
|Seizures and epilepsy||Epilepsy Centre|
|Transfer and positioning||Novita||
Disability advice and research
Phone: 8226 0515
Email: education.health [at] sa.gov.au