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Chapter 19. Child Care And Development Programs Subchapter 3. General Child Care Programs Article 2. Family Data File Documentation Of Employment In the Home or a Licensed Family Daycare Home Service Limitations   

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(a) The requirements of this section are in addition to those stated in section 18086.

(b) If the parent's employment is in the family's home or on property that includes the family's home, the parent must provide justification for requesting subsidized child care and development services based on the type of work being done and its requirements, the age of the family's child for whom services are sought, and, if the child is more than five years old, the specific child care needs. The contractor shall determine and document whether the parent's employment and the identified child care needs preclude the supervision of the family's child.

(c) If the parent is a licensed family day care home provider pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 1596.78 or an individual license-exempt provider pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 1596.792, subdivisions (d) or (f), the parent is not eligible for subsidized services during the parent's business hours because the parent's employment does not preclude the supervision of the family's child.

(d) If the parent is employed as an assistant in a licensed large family day care home, pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 1596.78(b), and is requesting services for the family's child in the same family day care home, the parent shall provide documentation that substantiates all of the following:

(1) A copy of the family day care home license indicating it is licensed as a large family day care home;

(2) A signed statement from the licensee stating that the parent is the assistant, pursuant to the staffing ratio requirement of California Code of Regulations, title 22, section 102416.5(c);

(3) Proof that the parent's fingerprints are associated with that licensed family day care home as its assistant, which the contractor may verify with the local community care licensing office; and

(4) Payroll deductions withheld for the assistant by the licensee, which may be a pay stub.

Authority cited:

Education Code 8261

Education Code 8263

Education Code 8265

Reference:

Education Code 8206

Education Code 8261

Education Code 8263

(Amended By Register 2008, No. 22.)