As a ChildServe team member, you make a difference everyday. Here you’ll find tools and resources to continue serving children, improving lives, and growing in your career.
ChildServe was named one of America’s healthiest companies by the Wellness Council of America (WELCOA). Our award-winning wellness program encourages staff to care for their physical and mental well-being, helps build healthy habits, provides events like exercise classes, and promotes a healthy work-life balance. We invest in our employees’ long-term well-being, and help them manage their health through our wellness initiatives, and paid employee assistance program.
At ChildServe, we believe learning is a lifelong journey. That’s why we offer a robust educational program for employees in all departments to increase a broad range of skills. We provide clinical training and other resources to physicians, nurses, case managers, therapists, and other health care providers. Management, customer service, and leadership trainings give all employees the tools to develop their professional skills.
We also prioritize helping employees make progress toward their career goals through higher education. Through partnerships with Purdue University Global and Upper Iowa University, ChildServe employees and their families have access to discounted tuition rates for a wide range of courses and programs.
Clinical Training Series
Nurses: Nursing CEUs will be awarded by ChildServe (provider IBON# 160). The amount of contact hours awarded varies with each course.
Therapists: Copies of course descriptions, objectives, and speaker credentials are available at registration for those needing to submit them for continuing education credits. You will receive a certificate of completion.
ChildServe does not discriminate on the basis of sex, age, creed or religion.
ChildServe improves the health and well-being of more than 4,600 children each year through specialized clinical, home, and community-based programs and services. We serve children with developmental delays, disabilities, acquired injuries, and other special healthcare needs.