Discharge Criteria

Discharge Criteria

Families will participate in the development of the written discharge plan, and family members/representatives will indicate their understanding and agreement by signing the discharge plan.

Information necessary to ensure the continuity of care will be sent to participating providers (primary care physician, referring physician, school, agencies, etc), as appropriate.

 

Discharge Criteria include:

  1. Child no longer meets admission criteria or meets criteria for less/more restrictive level of care, and/or
  2. Consent for treatment has been withdrawn

 

The Discharge Plan includes:

  1. Final evaluation related to Treatment Plan goals and objectives;
  2. Identification of needs for continued care or support services and the specific resources to be utilized to meet those needs.