UYV Incident Reports

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Why we have to complete incident reports. Policies and Procedures surrounding the incident report.

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  • Help the trainees recognize that incident reports are mandatory due to contractual requirements. Feel free to discuss the differences between the different agencies and consumers.
  • Discuss any other reasons that might be beneficial to the trainee to understand the importance of writing incident reports.
  • Go over list and answer questions on any of the antecedents for writing an incident report.
  • Go over list and answer questions on any of the antecedents for writing an incident report.
  • Stress the importance of having the Incident Reports in within 24 hours of the incident.
  • Start by typing in the youth’s name into the left hand text box. The name of the child will come appear in the search results. Click on the child’s name.
  • The Child’s record will appear. To write an incident report, click on “Group Notes” located in the lower left menu of the screen.
  • This screen will appear. You can see the child’s history of incident reports, or begin a new incident report.
  • This screen will appear.
  • You begin my choosing the participants of the incident. You may choose more than one youth. Signatures are important and cannot be left off. A consultant must always be added as a signature. Often it is wise to add a therapist, caseworker, supervisor etc.
  • The Date of Incident, day of week and time of Incident will be automatically put in. You will need to change this for the correct time of the incident. REMIND THE TRAINEE THAT IT IS IMPERATIVE THAT THE INCIDENT REPORT BE COMPLETED WITHIN 24 HOURS OF THE INCIDENT.
  • Additional areas to fill out
  • Choose a “Type of Incident” that best describes the incident.
  • Additional information to fill out.
  • Additional information to fill out
  • This is where you will fill out a general description of the incident.
  • Remember that an incident is to be written behaviorally specific and should not include judgment, slang or derogatory terms.
  • A much better example.
  • Further down you will find each of the youth involved in the incident. Here is where you write the specific of each child’s involvement.
  • It is crucial to make sure that all people contacted is documented.
  • You can save and come back to the file to continue work. To do so, you would click save. When you are finished completely with the Incident Report, click “Save & Lock.”
  • Review important things to remember.
  • Stress the importance of having the Incident Reports in within 24 hours of the incident.
  • UYV Incident Reports

    1. 1. Incident Reports
    2. 2. Why Incident Reports? <ul><li>Incident Reports are required by licensing, DCFS, JJS as well as other consumers to document incidences such as serious youth behaviors, injuries to youth, reports or allegations of abuse and other items specified on the Incident Report form. </li></ul>
    3. 3. Why Incident Reports Cont. <ul><li>Incident reports allow the Village to keep a record of the youth’s problem behaviors. This can be beneficial with treatment planning for each youth. </li></ul><ul><li>Incident reports allow the Village to keep its staff safe from liability in the case that there is a concern in the safety of the child </li></ul>
    4. 4. When to write an Incident Report
    5. 5. When to write an Incident Report Cont.
    6. 6. Incident Reports <ul><li>Timeliness: All incident reports need to be turned in within 24 hours of the incident. This is a contract requirement. </li></ul><ul><li>Complete and Accurate: All information needs to be filled out and accurate. </li></ul><ul><li>Quality of Work: The incident report should be written behaviorally specific, and should not include judgment calls, slang or derogatory terms other than items directly quoted. </li></ul>
    7. 7. How to Write an Incident Report <ul><li>Go to www.utahfoster.org </li></ul><ul><li>(To be filled out when Foster Parent Info is given) </li></ul>
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    24. 24. Important things to remember <ul><li>Incident reports allow the Village to keep a record of the youth’s problem behaviors. This can be beneficial with treatment planning for each youth. </li></ul><ul><li>Incident reports allow the Village to keep its staff safe from liability in the case that there is a concern in the safety of the child </li></ul>
    25. 25. Important things to remember <ul><li>Timeliness: All incident reports need to be turned in within 24 hours of the incident. This is a contract requirement. </li></ul><ul><li>Complete and Accurate: All information needs to be filled out and accurate. </li></ul><ul><li>Quality of Work: The incident report should be written behaviorally specific, and should not include judgment calls, slang or derogatory terms other than items directly quoted. </li></ul>

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