Emergency Medical Treatment

Emergency medical treatment will only be provided by agency staff or the care provider if their first aid training gives them the skills required to do so.  All agency staff and volunteers, and all care providers have current training in emergency first aid and CPR.

If a child requires emergency medical treatment that cannot be safely provided by staff or the care provider, the parent will be called to take the child for professional medical attention.  If the parent cannot be reached, an authorized person will be called to fulfill this responsibility, and efforts to contact the parent will continue.  Any extraordinary costs associated with transporting the child for emergency medical care (such as ambulance) will be paid by the parents of the child.

 

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