Open your heart and home to a child in foster care; become a foster or adoptive parent.
Find healthcare for children with medical, emotional, or developmental challenges.
"As a trusted leader in caring for people and advancing health, we are responsible for delivering the best care in the safest environment.
Influenza can be fatal for patients with weakened immune systems, children, and the elderly.
Therefore, participation in the annual Influenza Patient Safety Program is a condition of employment with IU Health for the safety and health of the patients that we serve." If your company is considering a mandatory approach, here's what you need to know in order to achieve the organization's goals of a healthier work environment while minimizing legal risk and worker discontent.
While a flu vaccine offers the greatest protection against the virus, mandating it carries its own logistical costs and can lead to unhappy employees.
If you reasonably suspect child abuse or neglect, you are legally required to make a report to our Family Services Division (FSD) — within 24 hours of the time you first received or observed information about the suspected abuse/neglect.
Read FSD Policy 50 for child abuse and neglect definitions.
This factsheet discusses laws that designate the groups of professionals that are required to report cases of suspected child abuse and neglect. While every attempt has been made to be as complete as possible, additional information on these topics may be in other sections of a State's code as well as agency regulations, case law, and informal practices and procedures.
Introduction Professionals required to report Reporting by other persons Institutional responsibility to report Standards for making a report Privileged communications Inclusion of the reporter’s name in the report Disclosure of the reporter’s identity Summaries of State laws This publication is a product of the State Statutes Series prepared by Child Welfare Information Gateway.