Goddard Diaper CHANGE

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This is an e-learning class that shows how to properly change a diaper in order to adhere to the Goddard School’s Diaper Changing Policy Goddard QA Diaper Changing Tutorial

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Learning Objective: To memorize the diaper changing process using the “Goddard School Method” in the correct order. To properly and safely change a diaper using the “Goddard School Method.” Complete the process without losing any Quality Assurance Points Instructional Goal: To prepare you to change a diaper without losing any points on your QA score.

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Read the stats. They are true….. DON’T BE A STATISTIC! Below are actual statistics taken from Goddard Schools across the country. You have the opportunity to change this statistic!

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Step 1: Assemble Supplies Assemble everything you will need to change the child’s diaper. If you aren’t sure if you will need extra wipes or diaper cream, grab it anyways. Better safe than sorry!

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Step 2: Place Child on Diaper Changing Surface It is important to place the child on a diaper changing surface so that it can properly be cleaned after each use. If soiled material gets on the floor or carpet, the area become hazardous to other children. An example of a changing table is to the left.

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Step 3: Put Your G loves O n You don’t want that poo on your hand do you?

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Step 4: Keep one hand on the child at all times One Hand. All Times. We don’t want children to even have the remote possibility of falling off a table, much less risk getting soiled materials all over the room if changing on a changing pad on the floor.

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Step 5: Remove Soiled Diaper We don’t want the child to accidentally kick or touched the soiled diaper so move it out of the reach or area of the child. Usually the corner of the changing table by the feet works best.

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Step 6: Wipe the child front to back Wiping from front to back helps aid in the fight against disease and infection, especially when a child has a bowel movement.

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Step 7: Lay Aside the S oiled Wipe (with diaper) Again, keeping soiled material away from the child is good hygiene and helps keep disease and infection out.

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Step 8: Dispose of Soiled Materials Once the child is clean, immediately place the soiled materials in the trash to prevent the child accidentally coming in contact with the waste.

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Step 9: Apply Ointment Apply ointment only if you have a permission form, you have changed your gloves, the child needs it, or the parents have explicitly asked for it during every diaper change. (And if this guy can change gloves in the middle of an operation, you can do it changing a diaper!)

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Step 10: Put a Clean D iaper On We don’t want to leave the child without a clean diaper for too long to prevent accidents on the now clean changing area they are laying.

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Step 11: Remove Child from Area Once the new diaper is on and clothes are placed back on the child we want to remove them from the potentially soiled area to prevent them from coming in contact with any more soiled materials.

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Step 12: Wash Your Hands and Child’s Hands Washing your hands and the child’s hands immediately after changing the diaper will help prevent the spread of illness and disease.

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Step 13: Return Child’s Supplies to Bin Put everything away so you can prep for the next step and the child’s things don’t get mixed up with another child’s.

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Step 14: Discard Soiled Changing Paper and Wash Table with Soap and Water Remove the soiled changing paper and throw away so you can first wash the changing area with soapy water to clean the mat that may have come in contact with soiled material.

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Step 15: Disinfect the Changing Station OR Above are two methods of creating the proper bleach solution. Either one is fine to use to spray the changing area. Just remember to let the solution sit for a minimum of 10 seconds before wiping it clean to disinfect the areas sprayed.

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Step 16: Wash Y our Hands Remember to wash your hands again. It is important to limit exposure and stop the spread of germs to young children. You just cleaned a soiled surface, so make sure you are protecting them and yourself from illness and disease.

Step 17: Renew Changing Paper:

Step 17: Renew Changing Paper Refill the changing table with the table paper. This way the table is ready for the next child, ensuring the teacher who will be changing the child that the table was left clean and has no soiled materials or substances on it.

Step 18: Document the Child’s Diaper Change:

Step 18: Document the Child’s Diaper Change Parents want to know everything. Especially when their children are very young. Did the poop, did they pee, when was the last diaper, and the list goes on…Keep them informed by documenting the diaper change!

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Quiz Print this page and write the corresponding number next to each of the steps so they are in correct order. Answers are on the next page. ___ Document Diaper ___ Wipe Front to Back ___ Keep 1 Hand on Child Always ___ Lay Aside Soiled Wipes ___ Remove Soiled Diaper ___ Put Your Gloves On ___ Assemble Supplies ___ Place Child on Diaper Changing Surface ___ Put A Clean Diaper On ___ Wash Your Hands and Child’s Hands ___ Dispose of Soiled Materials ___ Renew Changing Paper ___ Return Diaper Supplies ___ Remove Child from Changing Area ___ Disinfect Changing Area ___ Discard Paper/Wash with Soapy Water ___ Apply Ointment ___ Wash Your Hands

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Quiz Answers Should you forget a step, this poster will also be posted near your room’s changing station.

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How Did You Do? Its okay if you didn’t get each step memorized the first time. Keep using this tutorial and practicing while in your classroom. It will come! Wrap Up We never want you to fail. If you are struggling or have questions come to your director(s) with your concerns and we will gladly help you the best way we can to help you succeed as a teacher and pass QA with flying colors! If you ever forget or get nervous, we post the Diaper Changing Step next to every diaper changing area. The Sign looks exactly like the chart on the Quiz answer page. Good Luck!

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