Training opportunity – Transportation of Children with Special Health Care Needs

Do you transport or interact with children who have special health care needs? 

“Safe Travel for All Children: Transporting Children with Special Health Care Needs” is designed to serve as an enrichment training for Child Passenger Safety Technicians who are interested in learning more about special needs transportation. The 2-day training combines classroom lectures and discussions with hands-on exercises including interactions with families. Participants will be introduced to medical conditions that can affect restraint selection and have the opportunity to investigate and install specialized restraint systems. The training includes a written exam and proficiency check-offs that evaluate the student’s ability to assess appropriate restraints and to demonstrate proper use and installation. 

Instructors: Ashley Fogle, PT, DPT and Danielle Morris, PT, DPT, Our Lady of the Lake Children’s Health 

Sponsored by: University Medical Center, LPSTF, Louisiana Highway Safety Commission 

Information: For registration questions, contact Michael Toups, (504) 702-2264 or For course details, contact Ashley Fogle at 

Registration: Class size is limited 20. For Louisiana residents only. The registration deadline is July 6, 2021 or earlier if the class is full. To register, 

Fee: FREE through sponsorship by University Medical Center, LPSTF, Louisiana Highway Safety Commission 

Training Location: Louisiana State Police, Troop B, 2101 I-10 Service Road, Kenner, LA 70065 

Details: Confirmation with directions and training details will be e-mailed. Dress is casual.