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Deaths, Injuries, & Substantiated Abuse in a Child Care Setting

The State of Alaska Child Care Licensing 7 AAC 57 and Child Care Assistance Program 7 AAC 41 regulations require all licensed child care facilities and exempt providers to report injuries requiring medical attention. Medical attention is defined as attention by medical personnel outside of the child care premises. Exempt providers include Approved Non Relative, Approved Relative, and In-home.  The State of Alaska has defined “serious injury” as the following:

  • Injury requiring surgery
  • Injury requiring admits to hospital
  • Choking/unexpected breathing problems
  • Unconsciousness
  • Concussion
  • Poisoning
  • Medication overdose
  • Broken bone
  • Severe head or neck injury
  • Chemical contact in eyes, mouth, skin, or ingestion
  • Severe burn
  • Allergic reaction requiring administration of Epi-Pen
  • Seizures

FFY 2016 - Aggregate Data
FFY 2015 - Aggregate Data