Description: The Focus Early Childhood Program consists of an Early Intervention Program for children with developmental disabilities and an Arkansas Better Chance Program, for children from low-income families.
The Focus Early Childhood Program emphasizes language development and includes instruction in cognitive skills, math, art, gross and fine motor skills and other areas. The program's teaching staff, both professional and paraprofessional, is trained to facilitate the progress of children with language delays by specifically encouraging the development of communication skills. The classroom also provides speech, physical and occupational therapies, and receives consultative assistance from various agencies.
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|2020-08-20||Facility Visit||4.405.0.A.405 Incident / Accident ReportingThe organization shall report the following incidents to the DDS Licensing Unit in accordance with DHS Policy 1090. This report shall contain: date, accident/injury, time, location, persons involved, action taken, follow-up, signature of person writing the report. The following are reportable incidents: 1.Use of seclusion or restraint. 2.Maltreatment or abuse as defined in statutes (See Ark. Code Ann. 12-12-501 12-12-515 (503); Ark. Code Ann. 5-28-101 5- 28-109 (102)) 3.Incidents involving injury: a.Accident/injury reports shall be completed for each accident/injury that requires the attention of an EMT, Paramedic or Physician. 1.Accident is defined as an event occurring by chance or arising from unknown causes. 2.Injury is defined as an act that damages or hurts and results in outside medical attention. 3.A copy of the report, redacted as required by the Freedom of Information Act must be sent to parent/guardian of all children (0-18), and to guardian of adults regardless of severity of injury. 4.Other health-related conditions resulting in Emergency treatment or hospitalization. 4.Communicable disease 5.Violence or aggression 6.Sentinel events (i.e., an unexpected occurrence involving death or serious physical or psychological injury or the risk thereof) 7.Elopement and/or wandering defined as anytime the location of a person cannot be determined within 2 hours 8.Vehicular accidents 9.Biohazardous accidents 10.Use or possession of illicit substances or use or possession of licit substances in an unlawful or inappropriate manner (i.e., possession of prescription drugs by a person to whom the drugs have not been prescribed and who has no legitimate interest in possession of prescription drugs, such as a parent or guardian) 11.Arrests or convictions 12.Suicide or attempted suicide 13.Property destruction 14.Any condition or event that prevents the delivery of DHS services for more tha
|2020-04-29||Facility Visit||No Violations Cited
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