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Interpretation Children and youth and their families should also receive a written summary of the rights and responsibilities addressed in elements (c) and (d) of the standard. This information may be included in the program’s handbook for families. A written summary of rights and responsibilities should ideally also be posted at the program.
Note: Regarding element (d), see CYD-OST 1.06 and 14.07 for more information regarding accommodating children and youth with special needs. As noted in those standards, programs are expected to accommodate all children and youth unless: (1) an individual poses a safety threat to him/herself or others, (2) the accomodations needed would result in a fundamental alteration to the program, or (3) the accommodations needed would put an undue financial burden on the program.
When children and youth have special needs, the program collaborates with families and other involved providers to learn about: