Special Incident Reporting
What is a Special Incident? A Special Incident is an unusual adverse event in the life of an individual receiving Regional Center services.
What is Reportable? Types of Incidents to Report in SANDIS
Note: San Andreas RC Special Incident Report form is approved by and accepted by Community Care Licensing and the California Department of Health Care Licensing.
How soon is a Special Incident report due to San Andreas Regional Center? Reports are due, in writing and by phone call, within 24 hours Link to Special Incident Report Form
During the COVID-19 outbreak, your assistance is needed and appreciated. The Department of Developmental Services (DDS) has requested that vendors and long term care providers (ICF-DD) report any consumer who tests positive for COVID-19; any consumer who receives medical attention at a hospital, ER, or urgent care due to COVID-19 symptoms; or a consumer whose death is related to COVID-19. In addition to submitting a SIR, providers must also submit the SARC COVID-19 CONSUMER FORM.
The Department of Developmental Services (DDS) has also requested that vendors and long term care providers (ICF-DD) report any staff/employee who tests positive for COVID-19. Providers must submit the SARC COVID-19 STAFF FORM, 6-5-20.
Is Training Available For Service Providers? Link to Training Schedule
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