(A) If care is provided for a child who requires or may require a medical procedure or who has an ongoing health condition that requires child specific care, the parent/guardian shall complete the JFS 01236 "Medical/Physical Care Plan" (rev. 9/2011) or an equivalent form. The type A home administrator and child care staff members shall implement the plan. This requirement does not include short term illnesses, unless the child care staff member needs to perform a medical procedure for the child.
(B) The plan shall be written, signed and dated by the parent or guardian. The plan shall also be signed and dated by the child care staff member taking responsibility, the type A home administrator and, if applicable, the certified professional or parent who trained the type A home staff to perform medical procedures. The plan shall be readily accessible to the child care staff member caring for the child.
(C) The medical/physical care plan shall be written for each condition that requires different actions and shall include the following:
(1) The name of the child.
(2) Identification of and instructions for any necessary medical procedure to be performed.
(3) Symptoms of any condition that child care staff members need to be alert to and the actions to be taken by the child care staff member if the symptom is observed.
(4) The names of the child care staff members trained by the parent or guardian or certified professional to perform the medical procedures.
(5) Parent or guardian permission statement for the performance of the medical procedures.
(6) A written individualized emergency preparedness plan, if the child requires more assistance than other children of the same age or in the same group or if they require special supplies in an emergency situation.
(D) The plan shall be reviewed at least annually and revised as needed.
(E) The plan shall be on file at the type A home for review by the department.
(F) A child with a health condition includes a school child whose medical condition requires the availability of emergency medication such as an inhaler or epi-pen. The staff shall be notified of these children whose condition necessitates the carrying of these items.
(G) Only child care staff members trained by the parent or guardian or certified professional shall be permitted to perform medical procedures.
(H) There shall be a trained child care staff member onsite at all times whenever a child with a health condition is present. If a child with a health condition is taken on a routine or field trip there shall be a trained child care staff member with the child at all times.