Current Status: Issued
Original Issue Date: 12/17/01
Reviewed: 12/17/02, 2//03, 12/04, 12/05, 12/06, 12/07, 12/08
Next Review Date: 12/17/09
Document Number: TR IN 02 VO1
It is the policy of the Iroquois-Kankakee ROE Teen REACH Program that any accident or injury involving a Teen REACH participant be entered into the participant's file and reported to the parent and / or guardian and to the Illinois Department of Human Services (IDHS).
- All participants in the Teen REACH program are required to have a signed medical release by the parent or guardian in their file - giving permission for transportation and any emergency medical care that will be performed by a medical professional if necessary.
- The Teen REACH program provides an environment that protects and enhances the health of the participants.
- Participants are closely supervised to maintain safety.
- Any accident or injury requiring professional medical care, death or other emergency involving a participant shall:
- Be documented in the participant's file and orally reported immediately to the participant's parent or guardian.
- Be reported to the Illinois Department of Human Services.
- If the Teen REACH program is unable to contact the parent / guardian or IDHS immediately, this information shall be documented in the participant's file.
- Oral reports to IDHS shall be confirmed in writing within two (2) business days after the occurrence.