The discovery of head lice can be alarming, but families, teachers, and caregivers can manage lice with very little disruption to a child’s routine. Explore these tips for dealing with head lice.
The discovery of head lice or bed bugs can be alarming for families, teachers, and caregivers. The good news is that these pests can be addressed with very little disruption to a child’s routine. Learn more about head lice and bed bugs and how to address them.
This installment of The Ask the Expert series focuses on head lice. Listen as Dr. Sue Aronson and Dr. Barbara Frankowski answer questions about identification, recommended treatments, and how to talk to parents.
Questions about bed bugs in early childhood settings are common, and understanding the bugs can inform program policies, procedures, and educational efforts. Explore information on identifying and managing bed bugs.
Health managers, directors, and teaching staff may use this information on IPM to prevent pesticide illnesses in children in Head Start and other child care environments.