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A child shall be exempt from Chapter 1 immunization requirements if their parent files with a written statement by a licensed physician that the child's condition makes immunization unsafe. The physician shall indicate the specific nature and estimated duration of the medical condition that contraindicate immunization.

Keywords:
immunization, child, student
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A mandated reporter shall make a report to an agency specified in Penal Code 11165.9 whenever the mandated reporter has knowledge or observes a child reasonably suspected of being a victim of child abuse or neglect. The mandated reported shall make an immediate initial report, followed by a written report which may include any nonprivileged documentary evidence relating to the incident. Failure to report is a misdemeanor punishable by up to six months in county jail, fine of one thousand dollars or both.

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In a paternity/custody hearing, the court shall inform the alleged father of his right to have genetic testing performed to establish paternity.

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Family Court Services staff are to screen for history of domestic violence incidents by reviewing, inter alia, information from attorneys, shelters, hospital reports, Child Protective Services.

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Counsel has rights relating to the representation of a child's best interest which include the right to access the child's medical, dental, mental health, and other health care records

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Prescribing Physician's Statement must include the diagnosis of the child's condition that the physician asserts can be treated through the administration of psychotropic medications.

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For a juvenile court proceeding, the court must order each parent present either to complete the child's health and education form or to provide the information necessary for the social worker to complete the form.

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If the court orders the youth committed to the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, the court must order the probation department to forward all required medical information, including previously executed medical releases.

Keywords:
child, prisoner, judicial
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County systems of care serving children 15 to 21 years of age that require interagency collaboration, agreements, or protocols shall not impinge upon the requirements of the confidentiality of medical information or information maintained by a county agency or department.

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An agency may disclose personal information to a child or a grandchild of an adopted person and disclosure is limited to medically necessary information pertaining to the adopted person's natural parents. The information, or the process for obtaining the information, shall not include or reveal the identity of the natural parents.

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