Adult and Child Mandatory Reporter Training. Changes to Mandatory Reporter Training. On May 8, 2019 Governor Reynolds signed into law HF731, making changes on how mandatory reporting training is provided. Beginning July 1, 2019 the Iowa Department of Human Services (DHS) will take over the responsibilities for mandatory reporting training. Discuss the reasons why abuse occurs. Summarize Iowa laws regarding Dependent Adult Abuse. State behavioral indicators of adult abuse. Define mandatory reporter and reportable criteria. Summarize the process for reporting dependent adult abuse. Outline the process for evaluation of reports of abuse. Spell out interventions available for.
Dependent Adult Protective Services (APS) receives reports of abuse, neglect, and exploitation of dependent adults. Concerns of possible abuse are evaluated or assessed by DHS. The program endeavors to provide for the safety and protection of adult who are, or . This is considered a class “C” felony (Iowa Code, 709.2, 709.3, 709.4). Prevention of Child or Dependent Adult Abuse. It is important to learn the process of identifying, assessment and reporting all suspected child abuse and dependent adult abuse cases, however, prevention is extremely important to reduce and eliminate the awful acts 4.7/5(3.4K).
Trainings offered: Child Abuse for Iowa Mandatory Reporters (2.0 HR), Child and Dependent Adult Abuse for Iowa Mandatory Reporters (2.0 HR), Dependent Adult Abuse for Iowa Mandatory Reporters (2.0 HR) In-person $59/Class Training offered: Adult/Child Identification/Reporting for Mandatory Reporters. Location: IWCC Council Bluffs Campus. Iowa State Mandatory Child and Dependent Adult Abuse Education NYSNA Continuing Education This course meets the Iowa State mandatory training on abuse identification and reporting.