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Health services

Child Care Resources of Rockland, Inc.
Shared Services Final Report


Health Services Evaluation
The Health services component was very successful, not only to the individual Programs,
but to the children in their care.
All of our Programs received information regarding two free opportunities that could
benefit their children, Parents and their staff. One was Lens Crafter’s free eye
examinations and free eyeglass program for families and staff who were unable to afford
these services and the other was the Lion’s Club free vision screening to help identify
children with or at risk for amblyopic issues. Parental permission slips were made
available for this program.
Additionally, all Programs received timely information regarding H1N1 best practices.
As noted in our quarterly reports, our Registered Nurse provided the Programs with the
following direct services:
Heavenly Angels Child Care, Inc.
.Site visits -
 review of the Health Care Plan and policies  Rewriting the Health Care Plan  Review of children’s medicals and staff files  Medical waiver and consents for a child in care who suffers from asthma  changes in OCFS policies that affect HAC
Peace Through Play
 Reviewed the sites’ Health Care Plan  Provided technical assistance for staff members regarding a child in care that has allergies; writing a Health Care Plan specifically for a child with special needs; Epi-pen and Benadryl use reviewed; consultation with child’s doctor and request of medical consent for Benadryl use  Provided MAT (Medication Administration Training) for additional staff members  Updated of Health Care Plan to reflect new staff and renewed credentials of approved  Liaison with Office of Children and Family Services regarding additions to Health Care  Reviewed documents of staff and children  Updated of Health Care Plan, medical consents, check medications  Interacted with OCFS Licensor on behalf of PTP regarding medication documentation
Peace Through Play, North

(This program closed within a few months of opening)

Palisades School House

 Provided telephone consultation regarding exclusion of children section of Health Care  Provided telephone consultation regarding the use of hand sanitizers  Continued on-going telephone consultations regarding the Daily Health Check for flu
Nyack’s Little Schoolhouse, Inc.

 Reviewed Health Care Plan, confirming current practices and approving same  Provided MAT training for additional staff members  Provided technical assistance to staff regarding attendance at First Aid and CPR training, required component training for qualification to become MAT certified  Verified staff credentials; amended the program’s Health Care Plan and submitted same directly to the program’s OCFS Licensor  Worked with staff who are MAT trained to ensure that First Aid and CPR certifications were kept up to date and renewed when necessary.  Reviewed staff training documents  Offered TA to staff regarding children’s special health care needs
Christa Care

 Reviewed Health Care Plan, confirmed current practices and approved same  Provided MAT training for additional staff  Provided technical assistance to staff regarding attendance at First Aid and CPR training, required component training for qualification to become MAT certified  Verified staff credentials; amending the program’s Health Care Plan and submitted same directly to the program’s OCFS Licensor  Worked with staff who are MAT trained to ensure that First Aid and CPR certifications were kept up to date and renewed when necessary. Our Registered Nurse was always available to offer technical assistance regarding all aspects of the medication process, as well as all aspects of the OCFS Health Regulations. Her availability was extremely important to the Programs due to the very specific requirements that regulated providers must follow to remain in compliance with their modalities Regulations. Our Nurse acted as a positive liaison between the Programs and their OCFS licensors on all matters concerning health issues.

Source: http://www.earlycareandlearning.org/resources/documents/HEALTHSERVICES1.pdf

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