DCF 251.04(6)(a)2. 2. Written consent from the parent for emergency medical care or treatment.
DCF 251.04 Note Note: The licensee may use either the department's form, Child Care Enrollment, or the licensee's own form to obtain consent of the child's parent for emergency medical treatment. Information on how to obtain the department's form is available on the department's website, http://dcf.wisconsin.gov, or from any regional licensing office in Appendix A.
DCF 251.04(6)(a)4. 4. Authorization from the parent for the child to participate in field trips and other off-premises activities, if these are part of the center's program.
DCF 251.04 Note Note: The licensee may use either the department's form, Field Trip or Other Activity Notification/Permission, the department's form, Child Care Enrollment, or the licensee's own form for securing parental permission. Forms are available on the department's website, https://dcf.wisconsin.gov/cclicensing/ccformspubs.
DCF 251.04(6)(a)5. 5. Authorization from the parent outlining the plan for a child to come to the center from school, home or other activities or to go from the center to school, home or other activities unless the child is accompanied by a parent or other authorized person or transported by the center.
DCF 251.04 Note Note: The licensee may use either the department's form, Alternate Arrival/Release Agreement — Child Care Centers, or the licensee's own form for securing the parent's authorization. Information on how to obtain the department's form is available on the department's website, http://dcf.wisconsin.gov, or from any regional licensing office in Appendix A.
DCF 251.04(6)(a)6. 6. Documentation of each child's health history on a form provided by the department.
DCF 251.04 Note Note: The department's form, Health History and Emergency Care Plan is used for health history information. Information on how to obtain the form is available on the department's website, http://dcf.wisconsin.gov, or from any regional licensing office in Appendix A.
DCF 251.04(6)(a)6m. 6m. Documentation that indicates the child's immunization history is in compliance with s. 252.04, Stats., and ch. DHS 144.
DCF 251.04 Note Note: To record immunization information, use either an electronic printout from the Wisconsin Immunization Registry or other registry maintained by a health care provider or the Department of Health Services Form F-44192, Child Care Immunization Record. The form is available on the department's website at https://dcf.wisconsin.gov/cclicensing/ccformspubs.
DCF 251.04(6)(a)7. 7. Specific informed written consent from the parent for each incident of participation by a child in any research or testing project.
DCF 251.04 Note Note: The licensee may use either the department's form, Informed Consent for Observation or Testing by an Outside Agency — Child Care Centers, or the licensee's own form for securing the parent's written consent. Information on how to obtain the department's form is available on the department's website, http://dcf.wisconsin.gov, or from any regional licensing office in Appendix A.
DCF 251.04(6)(a)8. 8. Documentation of each child's most recent physical examination in accordance with the following schedule:
DCF 251.04(6)(a)8.a. a. Each child under 2 years of age shall have an initial health examination not more than 6 months prior to nor more than 3 months after being admitted to the center, and a follow-up examination at least once every 6 months thereafter.
DCF 251.04(6)(a)8.b. b. Each child who is at least 2 years of age but who is not 5 years of age or older shall have an initial health examination not more than one year prior to nor later than 3 months after being admitted to a center, and a follow-up health examination at least once every 2 years thereafter.
DCF 251.04(6)(a)8.c. c. Children 5 years of age and older are not required to have a health exam.
DCF 251.04(6)(a)8.d. d. A health examination report shall be made on an electronic printout from a licensed physician, physician assistant, or other EPSDT provider or on a form provided by the department that is signed and dated by a licensed physician, physician assistant, or other EPSDT provider.
DCF 251.04 Note Note: To document a health examination, use either an electronic printout from a medical professional or the department's Form DCF-F-CFS0060, Child Health Report — Child Care Centers. The department's form is available at https://dcf.wisconsin.gov/cclicensing/ccformspubs.
DCF 251.04(6)(b) (b) The licensee shall maintain a current, accurate written record of the daily attendance and date of birth of each child for the length of time the child is enrolled in the program. The actual time of arrival and departure for each child shall be recorded if hours of arrival and departure vary among children.
DCF 251.04 Note Note: The form, Daily Attendance Record — Child Care, may be used to record a child's daily attendance. Information on how to obtain the department's form is available on the department's website, http://dcf.wisconsin.gov, or from any regional licensing office in Appendix A.
DCF 251.04(6)(c) (c) If children are transported by the center to or from the child's home or school, the licensee shall maintain a daily attendance record that includes the actual time the child was picked up or dropped off.
DCF 251.04(7) (7) Confidentiality. The licensee is responsible for the compliance of child care center employees and volunteers with s. 48.78, Stats., and this subsection. The licensee shall ensure that:
DCF 251.04(7)(a) (a) Persons having access to children's records do not discuss or disclose personal information regarding the children and facts learned about the children and their relatives. This does not apply to:
DCF 251.04(7)(a)1. 1. The parent or a person authorized in writing by the parent to receive the information.
DCF 251.04(7)(a)2. 2. Any agency assisting in planning for the child when informed written parental consent has been given.
DCF 251.04(7)(a)3. 3. Agencies authorized under s. 48.78, Stats.
DCF 251.04(7)(b) (b) A parent, upon request, has access to all records and reports maintained on his or her child.
DCF 251.04(7)(c) (c) All records required by the department under this chapter for licensing purposes are available to the licensing representative.
DCF 251.04(8) (8) Reporting child abuse or neglect.