In its continuing effort to train foster and adoptive parents about issues that affect their children, the Talbot County Department of Social Services provided a Narcan and EpiPen training utilizing professionals from the Talbot County Health Department and Easton High School. The training provided information on what Narcan is and how and when to use it. Training was also provided on common allergies and what to look for in an allergic reaction in a child, as well as how and when to use an EpiPen.
Photo: L-R: Beth Williams, Prevention Program Consultant for the Talbot County Health Department; Glenda Dawson, Audrey Hansen, Megan Greenwood, RN, Easton High School; Dan Zollinhofer, Logan Harris, Health Educator for the Talbot County Health Department; Joe Guffey, and Sharon Caldwell.
Past trainings for foster/adoptive parents have included protecting children online, being a nurturing parent, and discipline training through the Child Welfare Academy.
Talbot County has a need for foster and adoptive parents. For further information, call the Talbot County Department of Social Services at 410-820-7371.
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