Diploma In Pediatric Technicians
Pediatric technicians are trained to identify and work with a full range of a child’s special needs. Their care and support include medical treatments, daily task management, age transition activities, social engagement techniques, and independence development. In carrying out these responsibilities, technicians work closely with doctors, nurses, teachers, social service advisors, child advocate attorneys, and other consultants. They typically have a nursing or mental health background.
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
Pediatric technicians work at different levels of special needs child care and with various extended service providers. They treat and provide care for children with illnesses such as autism, cerebral palsy, sensory impairments and emotional, congenital, muscular, or neurological disorders. Some of the areas of care, treatment, and support include therapy, language, and instruction on adaptive equipment. These technicians provide care for children with special needs in a variety of environments, such as medical, home, and specialized care.
English, Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics and Biology
COURSE DURATION: 3 Years