Treatment of Bowel and Bladder Disorders: Evaluation and Treatment of Dysfunctional Voiding, Bedwetting, and Constipation. – FAQs
CEU/CUU’s Frequently Asked Questions
As of February 2023, the information contained in this FAQ is as accurate as we can find. Changes by state and accrediting agency are likely: please take the time to confirm information specific to your locale.
Information below is relevant only to
Treatment of Bowel and Bladder Disorders: Evaluation and Treatment of Dysfunctional Voiding, Bedwetting, and Constipation (Peds 1)
offered by Dawn Sandalcidi, kidsbowelbladder.com
What kind of credits are issued for this course: CEUs or CUUs?
Each state names and calculates their credits differently. Check with your state’s regulating agency to find out the name (CEU or CUU) and contact hour requirements for your licensing needs.
Who is ultimately responsible for determining if I can get CEUs from taking this course?
It is the responsibility of the participant to determine whether their state approves CEU/CUUs for this course. Dawn Sandalcidi has offered information as guidance with the caveat that all needs to be confirmed by licensee.
For which professions does this course offer CEUs?
Pediatric Incontinence and Pelvic Floor Dysfunction is approved for continuing education credits for physical therapists and physical therapy assistants and other therapy professions.
Which states are pre-approved for CEUs for this course?
If my state has not pre-approved the course, can I still get credit for it?
Some states have a reciprocal agreement allowing licensees to receive credit hours for a course approved by a different state. While it is the responsibility of the licensee to confirm her state’s policies, the following list includes states with known reciprocal agreements. Whether the agreement is with all other states is up to the licensee to determine.
Alaska, Arizona, California, Delaware, Washington DC, Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, New York, North Carolina, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Wyoming
Without a reciprocal agreement, can I take this course and receive credit from my state?
There are two other situations where licensees can get credit for a course offered in a different state:
States Not Requiring Course Pre-Approval: Alabama, Colorado, Connecticut, Idaho, Iowa, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Oregon, South Carolina, Tennessee, Washington
States with No Continuing Education Requirements at this time: Maine, Massachusetts
What if I do not see my state listed in any of the above tables?
You may still be able to receive credit even if we have not been able to confirm your state’s approval process. Please contact your regulating agency. Email the information you gather to: firstname.lastname@example.org, we can add it to the information to this page.
If my state has not approved this course, can I petition to receive credit?
Several states do allow an individual to seek approval for a course. Protocols vary across states: some need advanced notice; some allow for approval after the course has been completed. Check with your state’s regulating agency to find out if this is possible for you.