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Title 21 - Handicapped Persons
> Code of Alabama Title 21, Chapter 3 - Crippled and Disabled Children
Code of Alabama Title 21, Chapter 3 - Crippled and Disabled Children
Section 21-3-1 - Administration of Chapter; Acceptance and Expenditure of Donations, Etc.; Agreements With Public and Private Clinics and Agencies.
This chapter, together with funds made available through that section or those sections of the federal Social Security Act which relates to crippled children shall...
Section 21-3-2 - Use of Funds Appropriated for Physical Restoration of Crippled Children.
Any and all funds appropriated for physical restoration of crippled children may be used for the purpose of enabling the State Board of Education to...
Section 21-3-3 - Disbursement of Funds.
All state and federal funds made available for carrying out the provisions of this chapter shall be paid by the treasurer on warrants drawn therefor...
Section 21-3-4 - Compilation of Lists of Children Having Malformations.
The county health officer shall make a list of all children in the county who have any congenital or acquired malformations. In order to make...
Section 21-3-5 - Physical Examination of Children Having Malformations or Disabilities - Required.
When the county health officer receives information that a child has a congenital or acquired malformation or disability, he shall immediately require a physical examination...
Section 21-3-6 - Physical Examination of Children Having Malformations or Disabilities - Report of Findings.
If the examination required by Section 21-3-5 is made at a clinic or by a physician, pediatrician or orthopedist, the physician making the examination shall...
Section 21-3-7 - Physical Examination of Children Having Malformations or Disabilities - Information to Be Given Parents.
Any person examining a child as required by Section 21-3-5 is charged with the duty of giving to the parents any information available relative to...
Section 21-3-8 - Forms for Reporting Malformations and Disabilities; Disposition of Reports.
(a) The State Board of Health shall prescribe and furnish to the county departments the necessary forms for reporting congenital and acquired malformations and disabilities...
Last modified: November 15, 2016