Fast-Acting Medications Fast-acting medications, such as asthma inhalers and EpiPens, must be brought by a parent to the program site. This must be accompanied by a copy of the prescription from a physician, which must be presented to staff prior to the child participating in the program or activity. Children are not permitted to bring medication to the program site by themselves. Once on site, the participant must carry the fast-acting medication while taking part in the program or activity. He or she must be capable of selfadministering 19 the medication should the need arise. Please be aware that staff members are not required to administer any fast-acting medication for any participant. In the event of a medical emergency requiring the use of fast-acting medication, staff will call 911 and the parent or guardian as soon as possible. Returned Checks It is the policy of the City of Henderson to accept personal or business checks drawn upon a Nevada bank, savings and loan or credit union as a courtesy to our customers for payment of all registration costs, application fees, license permits, and services. Returned checks will be considered nonpayment. Patrons who pay for services with checks that are returned due to insufficient funds or on closed accounts will be charged a $25 administrative fee and will not be allowed to enroll in any services, events, activities, classes, Youth Enrichment programs, or leagues that are offered through the City of Henderson until the amount of the check plus the $25 administrative fee have been paid in full (or a payment plan has been established and approved by the Administrative supervisor). Patrons with numerous returned checks will be placed on a cash and credit card only basis for up to one calendar year. After that time, the patron may petition the Administrative supervisor for return to normal payment status.
Youth Enrichment Handbook for Parents 2016 - 2017
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