|LPA, S. Robinson-Horn conducted a Case Management visit to obtain additional information on an incident that occurred on 05.31.16. Upon arrival LPA met with Site Supervisor, Arlene Riddick and informed her of the nature of the visit.
Information reported to the Department indicated on 05.31.16 a child had a allergic reaction, facility was not aware as to what caused the allergic reaction. Facility does have a list of food items child is allergic to however none of those were given to child while at the facility.
During today’s visit interviews were conducted with staff and child file and LPA also obtained documents from child file.
Based on the information received during today’s visit the child had an allergic reaction while at the facility, what exactly caused the reaction is unknown. The child has several allergens and was not given any of the allergens listed.
The child was taken to his physician who could not identify what caused the reaction. The child was fine and returned to school the next day with a note from a physician. The parent of the child has not updated the facility of any new diagnosed allergens since the incident occurred.
There are no violations of Title 22 Regulations being cited at this time.
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