There is nothing in Indiana vaccine law that even touches on this.http://www.nvic.org/Vaccine-Laws/sta...s/indiana.aspxhttp://www.childwelfare.gov/systemwi....processSearch
Vaccines are not "medical treatment", they are prophylactics (preventative); it is not as if your are denying an insulin dependent child, insulin.
Assuming you were reported for non-vaccination: It is not medical neglect to KNOWLEDGEABLY not vaccinate your children (as opposed to "what's vaccination? can't be important, oh well"). It is (still) your right as a parent to chose whether or not to vaccinate; vaccinations are only "necessary" for school (or a religious exemption).
I haven't been in this position, but I might say "I continually research the topic of vaccination and have choosen to selectively vaccinate my child. Our doctor is aware of our choice." I might add that "it is not medical neglect to choose to parent my child in way that is not in agreement with my family or neighbors." I'd take your child for a well-visit ASAP though.
Child Abuse and Neglect Statueshttp://www.childwelfare.gov/systemwi...tate/index.cfmQuote:
The Arizona State Court of Appeals has slapped down efforts by Child Protective Services to have a youngster in foster care immunized over a parent's objections....
Potentially more sweeping, the judge said the laws that allow the state to take temporary custody of a child specifically spell out what powers and responsibilities that includes. These range from the right of physical custody and the right to discipline the child to the requirement to provide adequate food, clothing, shelter and medical care. Eckerstrom said anything not on that list remains the right of the biological parent.
Find a Lawyer referral under "Services" (link usually doesn't work so cut and paste if necessary).http://www.falseallegation.org/
Parents Guide to Dealing With CPShttp://www.familyrightsassociation.c...parents_guide/
Fighting Child Protective Services False Accusationshttp://www.fightcps.com/
CPS Watch -- Legal Formshttp://web.archive.org/web/200306021...ms/default.asp