The license holder must have a communication plan that ensures that all important information about a child is communicated to the license holder and staff. At a minimum, the communication plan must ensure that:
updated information about the child's needs, condition, care plan changes, medications, incidents, and other information which affects the health and safety of the child is documented and made available to staff and other persons who care for the child; and
staff who help the child meet care plan and treatment plan goals are given the information needed to carry out the staff's duties to help the child attain care plan and treatment plan goals.
A license holder must:
maintain and make available to the commissioner of human services or corrections sufficient documentation to verify that all requirements of the rules governing the care of the child have been met;
keep and share the child's records according to the requirements of statute; and
collect demographic information about children and their families and outcome measures about the success of services that meet the requirements of Laws 1995, chapter 226, article 3, section 60, subdivision 2, clause (1)(iii).
28 SR 211
August 5, 2008
Official Publication of the State of Minnesota
Revisor of Statutes