Evidence of Child's Health
(a) The facility shall require and obtain from the parent or guardian of each infant and toddler entering their program a health record of the infant or toddler, which consists of the following: (1) Written evidence of a physical clearance obtained within two months of admission to the facility; (2) Written evidence that the infant or toddler has received a tuberculin test indicating that the infant or toddler is free from tuberculosis in a communicable form; and (3) Initial and continuous written evidence that immunizations are current; or (4) A written statement from a licensed physician certifying that the physical condition of the infant or toddler is such that immunizations would endanger the infant or toddler's life or health; or (5) A written statement from a parent or guardian requesting exemption from the required immunizations on the grounds that such immunizations conflict with the parent or guardian's bonafide religious tenets and practices. (b) Medical clearance for care of children with special needs shall be obtained before admission into an infant and toddler facility. Special needs children mean children with any condition which requires modification of care or services not regularly available. (c) The records of the infants and toddlers in the program shall include pertinent information about birth, health status, developmental progress, including prematurity and any special needs and efforts necessary to meet these needs.
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