Child Care and Development Services Act; Alternative Payment Programs
(a) Commencing July 1, 2019, alternative payment programs shall provide notice to a child care provider of a change in reimbursement amounts for child care services, a change in the hours of care, rates, or schedules, an increase or decrease in parent fees, or a termination of services. For purposes of this section, the notice shall occur either electronically, if requested by the child care provider, or via the United States Postal Service. The alternative payment program shall provide the notice at least 14 calendar days before the effective date of the intended action.
(b) The notification shall not be deemed a violation of the parent's confidentiality but as a method to ensure the proper administration of subsidy funds.
(Added by Stats. 2017, Ch. 706, Sec. 3.)