Chapter 5101:2-14 Certified In-home Aides

5101:2-14-01 Definitions for certified in-home aides.

(A) "Advanced practice registered nurse (APRN)" means a certified registered nurse anesthetist, clinical nurse specialist, certified nurse-midwife or certified nurse practitioner under Chapter 4723. of the Revised Code. This was previously called advanced practice nurse (APN).

(B) "Certified nurse practitioner (CNP)" means a registered nurse who holds a valid certification of authority issued under Chapter 4723. of the Revised Code that authorizes the practice of nursing as a CNP in accordance with section 4723.43 of the Revised Code and rules adopted by the board of nursing.

(C) "Child care" per section 5104.01 of the Revised Code means all of the following:

(1) Administering to the needs of infants, toddlers, preschool-age children and school-age children outside of school hours;

(2) By persons other than their parents, guardians, or custodians;

(3) For a part of the twenty-four-hour day; and

(4) In a place other than a child's own home, except that an in-home aide provides child care in the child's own home.

(5) For the purposes and requirements of this chapter, "child care" is limited to a program licensed or required to be licensed by the department pursuant to this chapter or a program with a contract to provide publicly funded child care pursuant to section 5104.32 of the Revised Code.

(D) "Field trips" means infrequent or irregularly scheduled excursions from the child's own home with an in- home aide.

(E) "Food supplement" means a vitamin, mineral, or combination of one or more vitamins, minerals and/or energy-producing nutrients (carbohydrate, protein or fat) used in addition to meals or snacks.

(F) "Infant" means a child who is under eighteen months of age.

(G) "In-Home Aide" (IHA) means a person who does not reside with the child but provides child care to a child in the child's own home. The child's home will be inspected by the parent, IHA and the county agency.

(H) "Medication" means any substance or preparation which is used to prevent or treat a wound, injury, infection, infirmity, or disease. This includes medication that is over the counter, or prescribed or recommended by a physician or advance practice nurse certified to prescribe medication, and permitted by the parent for administration or application.

(I) "Parent" means the father or mother of a child, an adult who has legal custody of a child, an adult who is the guardian of a child, or an adult who stands in loco parentis with respect to a child, and whose presence in the home is needed as the caretaker of the child. Parent has the same meaning as "caretaker parent" as defined in section 5104.01 of the Revised Code.

(J) "Physician" means a person issued a certificate to practice in accordance with Chapter 4731. of the Revised Code and rules adopted by the state medical board or a comparable body in another state.

(K) "Physician assistant (PA)" means a person who has obtained a valid certificate to practice in accordance with Chapter 4730. of the Revised Code and rules adopted by the state medical board or a comparable body in another state.

(L) "Preschool child" means a child who is three years old or older but is not a school-age child.

(M) "Publicly funded child care" is the care of infants, toddlers, preschool children, and school-age children under age thirteen by an eligible provider, as defined in rule 5101:2-16-01 of the Administrative Code. Publicly funded child care is paid, wholly or in part, with federal or state funds.

(N) "Routine trips" means frequent or regularly scheduled excursions from the home in which in-home aide services are being provided. Routine trips include, but are not limited to, taking a child to school or picking up a child from school.

(O) "School-age child" means a child who is enrolled in or is eligible to be enrolled in a grade of kindergarten or above, but who is less than fifteen years old, or who is less than eighteen years old and eligible for special needs or protective child care benefits.

(P) "Special needs" means providing child care services to a child who is under eighteen years old who does not function according to age appropriate expectations in one or more of the following areas of development: social/emotional, cognitive, communication, perceptual-motor, physical, or behavioral development, or the child has chronic health issues. The child's delays/condition(s) affect development to the extent that the child requires special adaptations, modified facilities, program adjustments or related services on a regular basis in order to function in an adaptive manner.

(Q) "Specialized foster home" means a medically fragile foster home or a treatment foster home.

(R) "Toddler" means a child who is at least eighteen months of age but less than three years of age.

Cite as Ohio Admin. Code 5101:2-14-01

Effective: 10/29/2017
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 1/1/2019
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 5104.019
Rule Amplifies: 5104.01
Prior Effective Dates: 4/1/82, 5/20/83, 9/1/86, 2/15/88, 5/1/89, 11/1/91 (Emer.), 1/20/92, 7/1/95, 3/15/96, 10/1/97 (Emer.), 12/30/97, 4/1/03, 7/1/05 (Emer.), 10/1/05, 1/01/2007, 8/14/2008, 8/3/13, 1/1/2014, 9/28/15, 12/31/16

5101:2-14-02 Application and approval for certification as an in-home aide.

(A) What is the application process to become a certified in-home aide (IHA)?

A resident of Ohio who wishes to become an IHA in order to provide publicly funded child care shall:

(1) Complete a professional registry profile for the in-home aide applicant through the Ohio professional registry (OPR) at https://www.occrra.org/opr.

(2) Register online through the OPR and complete the required orientation training. The orientation training shall have been taken within the two years prior to the application to become an IHA.

(3) Complete and submit an application online in the Ohio child licensing and quality system (OCLQS) at http://oclqs.force.com.

(a) An application is considered to be complete when the applicant has uploaded all documentation outlined in appendix A to this rule.

(b) Any application submitted without complete and accurate information will need to be amended with complete and accurate information before being certified.

(c) The application will be deleted if the in-home aide is not ready to be certified after twelve months.

(d) The IHA shall comply with a pre-certification visit.

(B) What is a valid IHA certificate?

(1) A certificate is valid only for the IHA, child's home and maximum number of children designated on the certificate.

(2) The certificate is valid for two years, unless one of the following occurs:

(a) The parent moves to a new address.

(b) The IHA notifies the county agency either verbally or in writing of his or her voluntary withdrawal from certification.

(c) The certificate is revoked pursuant to rule 5101:2-14-06 of the Administrative Code.

(C) What are the requirements once a certificate has been issued?

(1) At the time the county agency issues the certificate, the certified IHA shall complete and submit a provider agreement and all information required in the provider portal at http://jfs.ohio.gov/cdc/CCIDS.stm. This information shall be submitted before the first day publicly funded child care services are provided.

(2) The IHA shall have the certificate on file in the child's home at all times.

(3) The IHA shall comply with at least one unannounced inspection each fiscal year.

(D) What are the requirements if the parent and child move to a new address?

(1) The certified IHA or the parent shall notify the county agency at least ten days prior to the parent moving to a new address.

(2) Upon completion of a new inspection, the county agency shall issue a new certificate for the new address and the original certification period shall be maintained.

(E) What are the requirements to renew an IHA certificate?

(1) Prior to the expiration of the certification period, the IHA shall:

(a) Complete and submit the application in OCLQS.

(b) Complete the required orientation training (at each renewal).

(2) If the IHA does not submit the application by the end of the certification period, the certificate will be closed.

(F) Is an IHA an employee of the county agency or the Ohio department of job and family services?

An individual certified by the county agency as an IHA to provide publicly funded child care services is an independent contractor and is not an employee of the county agency that issued the certificate or ODJFS.

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Cite as Ohio Admin. Code 5101:2-14-02

Effective: 10/29/2017
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 12/31/2021
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 5104.019
Rule Amplifies: 5104.019
Prior Effective Dates: 4/1/82, 5/20/83, 9/1/86, 2/15/88, 5/1/89, 11/1/91 (Emer.), 1/20/92, 7/1/95, 10/15/96, 10/1/97 (Emer.), 12/30/97, 4/1/03, 1/1/07, 8/14/08, 12/01/09, 11/15/10, 7/1/11, 8/3/13, 1/1/14, 12/31/16

5101:2-14-03 Qualifications for certification as an in-home aide.

(A) What are the qualifications to be certified as an in-home aide (IHA)?

The in-home aide (IHA) shall complete all application requirements in accordance with appendix A to rule 5101:2-14-02 of the Administrative Code and shall meet the following qualifications:

(1) Be at least eighteen years old.

(2) Have completed a high school education as verified by appendix A to this rule, for those individuals certified after April 1, 2003.

(3) Be physically, intellectually and emotionally capable of complying with Chapter 5101:2-14 of the Administrative Code and performing activities normally related to child care. These include, but are not limited to, providing meals, dealing with emergencies in a calm manner, carrying out methods of child guidance and discipline in a courteous, respectful and patient manner and keeping accurate records as required by this chapter.

(4) Be currently certified in first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) as described in appendix B to this rule.

(5) Maintain current training in management of communicable disease as described in appendix B to this rule.

(6) Maintain a current training in six-hour child abuse recognition and prevention as described in appendix B to this rule.

(7) Maintain a copy of the certificate in his or her files.

(8) Not be involved in any other employment during the hours in which care is provided.

(9) Not use or disclose any information concerning the family receiving publicly funded child care to anyone other than the county agency or the Ohio department of job and family services (ODJFS), except upon written consent of the parent.

(10) Submit verification that he or she meets the medical statement requirements detailed in appendix C to this rule.

(B) What are the on-going professional development requirements for IHA?

Complete a minimum of six clock hours of training annually in any of the categories listed in appendix D to this rule each fiscal year. The fiscal year is defined July first through June thirtieth.

(C) What records are included in a background check?

(1) Bureau of criminal investigation (BCI) records pursuant to section 5104.013 of the Revised Code.

(2) Federal bureau of investigation (FBI) records pursuant to section 5104.013 of the Revised Code.

(3) National sex offender registry.

(4) State sex offender registry.

(5) Statewide automated child welfare information system (SACWIS) records.

(D) When is a background check required?

(1) At application.

(2) Every five years from the date of the most recent background check.

(E) How is a background check obtained?

The in-home aide shall:

(1) Complete and submit the JFS 01175 "Reguest for a Background Check for Child Care" (10/2017) to the Ohio department of job and family services (ODJFS) or the Ohio professional development registry (OPR) system generated equivalent,

(2) Submit fingerprints electronically according to the process established by BCI and have the BCI and FBI results sent directly to ODJFS. Information on how to obtain a background check can be found at http://www.ohioattomeygeneral.gov/Business/Services-for-Business/WebCheck.

(3) Create a profile in the OPR.

(4) An in-home aide certified prior to the effective date of this rule shall sumbit to ODJFS the JFS 01175 and create a profile in the OPR by January 1, 2018.

(F) What if an IHA previously resided in a state other than Ohio?

(1) ODJFS will contact any states in which the individual resided in the previous five years to request the information required in paragraph (C) of this rule.

(2) Any information received from other states will be reviewed and considered by ODJFS as part of the background check review pursuant to paragraph (G) of this rule.

(G) What makes an IHA ineligible for certification?

(1) A conviction or guilty plea to an offense listed in division (A)(5) of section 109.572 of the Revised Code. unless the individual meets the rehabilitation criteria in appendix E to this rule.

(a) Section 109.572 of the Revised Code requires that this rule applies to records of convictions that have been sealed pursuant to section 2953.32 of the Revised Code.

(b) A conviction of or a plea of guilty to an offense listed in division (A)(5) of section 109.572 of the Revised Code is not prohibitive if the individual has been granted an unconditional pardon for the offense pursuant to Chapter 2967. of the Revised Code or the conviction or guilty plea has been set aside pursuant to law. For purposes of this rule. "unconditional pardon" includes a conditional pardon with respect to which all conditions have been performed or have transpired.

(2) Being registered or required to be registered on the national or state sex offender registry or repository.

(3) The IHA is identified in SACWIS as the perpetrator for a substantiated finding of child abuse or neglect in the previous ten years from the date on the JFS 01175 or the IHA has had a child removed from their home in the previous ten years pursuant to section 2151.353 of the Revised Code due to a court determination of abuse or neglect caused by the IHA.

(H) What happens after ODJFS completes the background check on an IHA?

(1) The county agency will receive the JFS 01176 "Program Notification of Background Check Review for Child Care" (10/2017) from ODJFS.

(a) For an IHA eligible for employment, the county agency shall keep the JFS 01176 on file if the individual is certified.

(b) For an IHA not eligible for employment, the county agency shall deny the certification pursuant to rule 5101:2-14-06 of the Administrative Code immediately upon receipt of the JFS 01176.

(2) The IHA will receive the JFS 01177 "Individual Notification of Background Check Review for Child Care" (10/2017) from the ODJFS.

(a) If the IHA believes the information received is not accurate, the IHA may directly contact the agency that contributed the questioned information.

(b) If the IHA disagrees with the decision made by ODJFS, a JFS 01178 "Request for Review of Background Check Decision for Child Care" (10/2017) shall be completed to request a review of the decision.

(I) What happens after an IHA submits a JFS 01178 to ODJFS?

If an IHA requests a review of a background check decision pursuant to paragraph (H)(2)(b) to this rule:

(1) An IHA who is certified shall not serve children during the review.

(2) Once a determination is made, ODJFS will send an updated JFS 01176 to the county agency and an updated JFS 01177 to the IHA.

(3) If the IHA is determined to be eligible for employment, the county agency may allow the IHA to be certified and shall keep the updated JFS 01176 on file pursuant to paragraph (H)(1)(a) to this rule.

(J) What are the background check requirements when an IHA adds a family or changes the family associated with the certification?

(1) Only the JFS 01175 is required if the IHA meets all of the following:

(a) The iIHA has a current background check determination by ODJFS completed in the previous five years pursuant to this rule.

(b) The IHA has been employed by a child care center, type A home, type B home, approved day camp, a preschool or school-age program approved to provide publicly funded child care or certified as an in-home aide in the previous one hundred eighty consecutive days.

(2) Upon receipt of the updated JFS 01175, ODJFS will send the JFS 01177 based on the existing background check determination to the county agency.

Replaces: 5101:2-14-03

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Cite as Ohio Admin. Code 5101:2-14-03

Effective: 10/29/2017
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 10/29/2022
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 5104.019, 5104.013
Rule Amplifies: 5104.013 , 5104.019
Prior Effective Dates: 4/1/82, 5/20/83, 10/1/83, 9/1/86, 2/15/88, 5/1/89, 7/1/95, 3/15/96, 10/15/96, 10/1/97 (Emer.), 12/30/97, 1/1/01, 4/1/03, 8/14/08, 8/3/13, 1/1/14, 11/1/15, 12/31/16

5101:2-14-03.1 [Rescinded] Complaint investigation of professional and limited type B home providers and in-home aides.

Cite as Ohio Admin. Code 5101:2-14-03.1

Effective: 01/01/2014
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 10/15/2013
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 5104.011
Rule Amplifies: 5104.011, 5104.11, 5104.12
Prior Effective Dates: 8/14/08, 11/15/10

5101:2-14-04 In-home aide responsibilities and assurances.

(A) What policies and procedures shall be followed by the in-home aide (IHA)?

The IHA shall:

(1) Not smoke in the home where child care is being provided.

(2) Not be under the influence of any substance that impairs the IHA's ability to perform duties.

(3) Have immediate access at all times to a working telephone on the premises that is capable of receiving incoming calls and making outgoing calls.

(4) Have children nap/sleep in their own beds or cribs.

(5) Have infants placed on their backs to sleep.

(6) Provide daily outdoor play, weather permitting.

(7) Not prop bottles.

(8) Store formula/breast milk in accordance with the JFS 01642 "In-Home Aide Assurances" (rev. 10/2017).

(9) Base toilet training on the child's readiness, and in consultation with the parent.

(10) Not leave children unattended when transporting children in a vehicle and shall have signed permission forms to transport children on a routine basis or for field trips. The permission form will include.

(a) Child's name.

(b) Destination.

(c) Date of trip(s).

(d) Time and duration of the field trip.

(e) Parent's signature and date.

(11) Provide nutritious, varied and appropriately timed meals and snacks for all children in accordance with the parent's wishes.

(12) Immediately notify the public children services agency (PCSA) if the IHA suspects that a child has been abused or neglected.

(13) Contact the county agency by the next business day if the IHA discontinues caring for children.

(14) Conduct an annual fire drill. Written documentation of this drill shall be kept on-site.

(B) What child guidance techniques shall be used by the IHA?

The IHA shall follow appendix A to this rule regarding guidance techniques to be used with children.

(C) What records shall be kept by the IHA?

(1) The IHA shall have the JFS 01234 "Child Enrollment and Health Information for Child Care" (rev. 12/2016) on file for all of the children in care by the first day of care, including any child of the IHA. This record shall be reviewed and updated annually by the parent. Each IHA will set a policy regarding whether to provide child care services to children whose parents refuse to grant consent for transportation to the source of emergency treatment.

(2) The IHA shall have verification of a medical exam on file for each child in care, including any child of the IHA. Children who attend a grade of kindergarten and above in an elementary school are exempt from this requirement.

(a) The medical statement shall be on file at the home within thirty days of the child's first day of care and shall be updated every thirteen months thereafter from the date of the examination.

(b) The medical statement shall contain the following information:

(i) The child's name and birth date.

(ii) The date of the medical examination.

(iii) The signature, business address and telephone number of the physician, physician's assistant (PA), advanced practice registered nurse (APRN) or certified nurse practitioner (CNP) who examined the child.

(iv) A record of the immunizations that the child has had, specifying the month, day and year of each immunization. This record may be an attachment to the medical statement.

(v) A statement from the physician, PA, APRN, or CNP that the child has been immunized or is in the process of being immunized against the diseases required by divison 5104.014 of the Revised Code and found in appendix B to this rule. A child is not required to be immunized against a disease specified in appendix B to this rule if the medical statement includes any of the following:

(a) A statement from a physician, PA, APRN, or CNP that an immunization against the disease is medically contraindicated for the child.

(b) A statement from a physician, PA, APRN, or CNP that an immunization against the disease is not medically appropriate for the child's age.

(c) A statement from the child's parent or guardian that he or she has declined to have the child immunized against the disease for reasons of conscience, including religious convictions.

(3) If a special need or health condition is known or suspected, the IHA shall require the parent to complete the JFS 01236 "Medical/Physical Care Plan for Child Care" (rev. 12/2016). The IHA shall review the information, assure that he or she understands the plan, receive training if required, have the form signed as needed and maintain a copy in the child's file.

(a) The JFS 01236 shall be used for children with a condition or diagnosis that require the following:

(i) Monitoring the child for symptoms which require the IHA to take action.

(ii) Administering procedures which require the IHA to be trained on those procedures.

(iii) Avoiding specific food(s), environmental conditions or activities.

(iv) A school-age child to carry and administer their own emergency medication.

(b) The IHA shall:

(i) Complete with the parent a JFS 01236 for each condition per child.

(ii) Keep the completed JFS 01236 on file for at least one year.

(iii) Maintain a current JFS 01236 for any child who requires one, in a location that can be easily and quickly accessed and removed from the home if there is an emergency that requires the children to be moved to another location.

(c) The plan shall be reviewed by the parent at least annually and updated as needed.

(4) The IHA shall maintain daily written attendance records, indicating the hours of care provided for each child.

(5) Prior to administering any nonprescription or prescription medication, the IHA shall have written permission of the parent and physician as required, using the JFS 01217 "Request for Administration of Medication for Child Care" (rev. 12/2016).

(a) When giving prescription medicine, the IHA shall ensure the bottle has the child's name on it, the dosage and the name of the doctor who prescribed the medicine.

(b) The IHA shall ensure that when dispensing prescription medications to a child that the instructions of the physician who prescribed the medication are followed.

(D) What are the disaster plan requirements for a licensed family child care provider?

The IHA shall develop a written disaster plan.

(1) The plan shall include procedures that will be used to prepare for and respond to the following types of emergency or disaster situations:

(a) Weather emergencies and natural disasters which include severe thunderstorms, tornadoes, flash flooding, major snowfall, blizzards, ice storms or earthquakes.

(b) Emergency outdoor or indoor lockdown or evacuation due to threats of violence which includes active shooter, bioterrorism or terrorism.

(c) Emergency or disaster evacuations due to hazardous materials and spills, gas leaks or bomb threats.

(d) Outbreaks, epidemics or other infectious disease emergencies.

(e) Loss of power, water or heat.

(f) Other threatening situations that may pose a health or safety hazard to the children in the home.

(2) The disaster plan shall include details for:

(a) Shelter in place or evacuation, how the IHA will care for and account for the children until they can be reunited with the parent.

(b) Assisting infants and children with special needs and/or health conditions.

(c) Reunification with parents.

(i) Emergency contact information for the parents and the IHA.

(ii) Procedures for notifying and communicating with parents regarding the location of the children if evacuated.

(iii) Procedures for communicating with parents during loss of communications, no phone or internet service available.

(d) The location of supplies and procedures for gathering necessary supplies for children if required to shelter in place.

(e) What to do if a disaster occurs during the transport of children or when on a field trip or routine trip.

(f) Training of staff or reassignment of staff duties as appropriate.

(g) Updating the plan on a yearly basis.

(h) Contact with local emergency management officials.

(E) The IHA may submit a written request for a county appeal review to the county agency, pursuant to rule 5101:2-14-07 of the Administrative Code, no later than fifteen calendar days after the mailing date of a county agency notification of a proposed adverse action for any of the following adverse actions proposed by the county agency:

(1) Denial of an application for certification.

(2) A decision made on an inspection or complaint investigation.

(3) Proposal to revoke a certificate.

(4) Notice that a certificate will not be renewed.

(5) Notification of action to recover an overpayment.

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Cite as Ohio Admin. Code 5101:2-14-04

Effective: 10/29/2017
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 12/31/2021
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 5104.019
Rule Amplifies: 5104.019
Prior Effective Dates: 4/1/82, 5/20/83, 9/1/86, 2/15/88, 5/1/89, 10/15/96, 10/1/97 (Emer.), 12/30/97, 4/1/03, 8/14/08, 12/1/09, 7/1/11, 1/1/14, 12/31/16

5101:2-14-04.1 [Rescinded] Suspension of a type B home license.

Cite as Ohio Admin. Code 5101:2-14-04.1

Effective: 12/31/2016
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 09/01/2016
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 5104.042
Rule Amplifies: 5104.042
Prior Effective Dates: 10/25/2015

5101:2-14-05 Safe and sanitary requirements for in-home aides.

(A) What are the safe equipment and environment requirements for an in-home aide (IHA)?

(1) The in-home aide (IHA) shall provide a safe and healthy environment when children are present.

(2) The IHA shall always be within sight or hearing of a child.

(3) The IHA shall prepare a report to be given to the child's parent on the day of the incident/injury/illness and kept on file in the home using the JFS 01299 "Incident/Injury Report for Child Care" (rev. 12/2016).

(4) If any of the following incidents occur, the IHA shall give the county agency verbal notification by the next business day. The JFS 01299 shall be completed and faxed or mailed to the county agency to arrive no later than three business days from the occurrence. This notification does not replace reporting to the county children's protective services agency if there are concerns of child abuse or neglect as required by rule 5101:2-14-04 of the Administrative Code.

(a) Death of a child while in the care of the IHA.

(b) Serious incident, injury, or illness to a child. A serious incident, injury or illness includes any situation that requires a child to be removed from the home for medical treatment, professional consultation or transported for emergency treatment.

(5) Weapons, firearms and ammunition materials shall be kept out of sight of children in locked storage areas. Firearms and ammunition materials shall be stored separately from each other.

(6) Toys or other materials small enough to be swallowed shall be kept out of the reach of infants and toddlers.

(7) Electrical outlets, including surge protectors, within the reach of children shall have child proof receptacle covers when not in use.

(8) There shall be at least one underwriters laboratories (UL) or factory mutual laboratories (FM) smoke detector located in the basement and on each level of the home. The smoke detectors shall be placed, installed, tested and maintained in accordance with manufacturer's recommendations.

(9) There shall be at least one UL or FM portable fire extinguisher in the home.

which shall have a minimum rating of 1A:10BC. At least one fire extinguisher shall be located in the kitchen of the home.

(10) An unlocked, closed first-aid container shall be on the premises and readily available to the IHA but shall be kept out of reach of children. The first-aid container shall contain all of the items listed on the JFS 01533 "In-Home Aide Inspection" (rev. 12/2016).

(B) What are the requirements to provide and maintain a clean environment by the IHA?

(1) Cleaning and sanitizing equipment and supplies shall be stored in a space that is inaccessible to children.

(2) Accumulated trash and garbage shall be stored outside of the indoor or outdoor play area and shall not be accessible to the children.

Replaces: 5101:2-14-33

Cite as Ohio Admin. Code 5101:2-14-05

Effective: 12/31/2016
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 12/31/2021
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 5104.019
Rule Amplifies: 5104.019
Prior Effective Dates: 4/1/82, 5/20/83, 10/1/83, 9/1/86, 2/15/88, 5/1/89, 7/1/95, 3/15/96, 10/15/96, 10/1/97 (Emer.), 12/30/97, 1/1/01, 4/1/03, 8/14/08, 8/3/13, 1/1/14

5101:2-14-06 County agency responsibilities for the issuance and renewal for in-home aide certification.

(A) What are the county agency responsibilities for certifying an in-home aide (IHA)?

(1) The county agency shall accept and approve or deny all applications for certification as an IHA within one hundred twenty days from the date the application is submitted in the Ohio child licensing and quality system (OCLQS).

(2) If the parent and IHA applicant need help in completing the forms, the county agency shall provide assistance.

(3) The county agency shall conduct an inspection at the home of the parent to verify compliance using the JFS 01533 "In-Home Aide Inspection" (rev. 10/2017). This inspection shall be conducted prior to the issuance of a certificate and annually each fiscal year thereafter.

(4) The county agency shall provide a copy of the certificate to the parent of a child receiving in-home aide services.

(B) When shall a county agency issue a certificate?

The county agency shall issue a certificate when all of the following are met:

(1) The county agency has determined the IHA is in compliance with Chapter 5101:2-14 of the Administrative Code.

(2) The county agency has received the JFS 01176 "Program Notification of Background Check Review for Child Care" (10/2017) and the IHA is eligible for employment.

(3) The county agency has received verification of completion of all trainings required pursuant to rule 5101:2-14-03 of the Administrative Code.

(C) When shall a county agency renew a certificate?

The county agency shall renew a certificate when all of the following are met:

(1) The IHA has submitted a recertificaiton application in the OCLQS.

(2) The parent and IHA complete a new JFS 01642 "In-Home Aide Assurances" (rev. 10/2017).

(3) The county agency conducts a recertification home inspection.

(4) It is determined the IHA remains in compliance with the certification requirements contained in Chapter 5101:2-14 of the Administrative Code.

(D) What does the county agency do if it is determined the IHA is not in compliance?

(1) If the county agency determines the IHA is not in compliance with this chapter or Chapter 5104. of the Revised Code the county agency shall forward to the IHA written notification which includes:

(a) A statement of the specific rule violations.

(b) A statement of what must be done to correct the rule violations.

(c) The date, not to exceed thirty business days, by which the correction shall be completed.

(d) A statement of the consequences if the IHA fails to correct violations within the specified time frame.

(e) A statement that the IHA has the right to appeal the actions of the county agency and request a county appeal review in accordance with the procedures outlined in paragraph (E) of this rule.

(2) If the county agency determines that the IHA is not in compliance with Chapter 5101:2-14 of the Administrative Code or Chapter 5104. of the Revised Code, the county agency may revoke the certificate.

(3) Upon revocation of a certificate, the county agency shall notify the IHA of its right to appeal the decision to revoke the certificate and request a county appeal review in accordance with procedures outlined in paragraph (E) of this rule.

(4) The voluntary surrender of a certificate to the county agency shall not prohibit the county agency from revoking a certificate pursuant to this paragraph of this rule.

(5) If the parent whose child is receiving IHA services fails to cooperate with the county agency or to comply with this chapter and Chapter 5104. of the Revised Code, the county agency shall deny or terminate the IHA arrangement, revoke the IHA certificate and inform the parent of alternative child care options.

(E) What is the process if an IHA requests a county appeal?

(1) If the IHA requests an appeal review, the following steps shall be followed:

(a) The county agency shall schedule a county appeal review within fifteen business days of receipt of a written county appeal review request and notify the IHA in writing of the time, date and place of the review.

(b) The individual responsible for conducting the county appeal review shall not be someone who was a party to the decision that is the subject of the review.

(c) The IHA shall have the opportunity to present his or her case and examine the contents of the case file that are relevant to the county agency decision to revoke or deny the certification.

(d) The county agency is responsible for preparing and issuing a written decision to the IHA within ten business days from the date of the county appeal review. The decision shall include the following information:

(i) The action which was appealed.

(ii) Finding of facts.

(iii) Citation and summarization of relevant Administrative Code rules which support the facts established.

(iv) Outcome of the appeal on each issue addressed.

(2) The county appeal review decision is final in regard to the appeal procedures contained in rule.

(F) What information can a county agency publicly share regarding an IHA?

(1) Except as provided in paragraphs (F)(2) and (F)(3) of this rule, the county agency shall not disseminate confidential information which includes, but is not limited to, the following:

(a) Child abuse and neglect investigative records, pursuant to section 2151.421 of the Revised Code and rule 5101:2-33-21 of the Administrative Code.

(b) The identity of an information source or witness to whom confidentiality has been reasonably promised.

(c) Any information, when such information would reasonably tend to disclose the identity of one to whom such confidentiality has been reasonably promised.

(d) IHA medical records pertaining to the medical history, diagnosis, prognosis, or medical condition of the provider, which are generated and maintained in the process of medical treatment, except as authorized by section 1347.08 of the Revised Code, if requested by the subject of the report.

(2) The county agency is responsible for sharing all IHA, client, and fiscal information with ODJFS during the course of a monitoring review of its certification program or when ODJFS is investigating a complaint involving the county agency.

(3) As needed, the county agency shall share information with the PCSA or a law enforcement agency concerning an investigation of alleged child abuse or neglect.

(4) When information is disseminated, the following shall be documented in the IHA's record:

(a) Date information was disseminated.

(b) Agency, organizations, or individual to whom information was disseminated.

(c) Reason for dissemination.

(d) Specific information disseminated.

(G) May the county have additional requirements that exceed the in-home aide certification standards in Chapter 5101:2-14 of the Administrative Code?

The county agency shall not have additional requirements for certifying in-home aides.

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Cite as Ohio Admin. Code 5101:2-14-06

Effective: 10/29/2017
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 12/31/2021
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 5104.019
Rule Amplifies: 5104.12, 5104.019
Prior Effective Dates: 4/1/82, 9/1/86, 2/15/88, 5/1/89, 7/1/95, 3/15/96, 10/1/97 (Emer.), 12/30/97, 4/1/03, 1/1/07, 8/14/08, 12/1/2009, 11/15/10, 8/3/13, 1/1/14, 12/31/16

5101:2-14-07 County agency responsibility for compliance and complaint investigation for an in-home aide.

(A) What are the county agency requirements for compliance inspection and complaint investigation of an in-home aide (IHA)?

(1) The county agency shall investigate any complaints against an IHA. The county agency may inspect the IHA home as part of the complaint investigation.

(2) Investigations of all complaints shall begin within five business days of receipt of a complaint by the county agency, unless the complaint falls under paragraph (B) of this rule.

(3) For each investigation, the county agency shall complete the JFS 01533 "In-Home Aide Inspection" (rev. 10/2017) and furnish one copy to the IHA before the county agency staff leaves the home. If additional information is added to the report or it is revised in any way, the county agency shall send a copy of the report to the IHA within five business days of the date of the addition or revision.

(4) If a JFS 01533 is completed as part of an investigation conducted by telephone, the county agency shall send a copy of the report to the IHA within five business days of the initial telephone contact. If additional information is added to the report or it is revised in any way, the county agency shall send a copy of the report to the IHA within five business days of the date of the addition or revision.

(5) The county agency shall submit electronic copies of each inspection to the Ohio child care licensing and quality system (OCLQS) within seven business days of completion.

(B) What are additional county agency requirements for complaint investigations?

(1) If the complaint alleges immediate risk to children, the county agency shall begin the investigation within one business day of receipt of the complaint.

(2) If the complaint alleges child abuse or neglect, the county agency shall immediately report the complaint to the public children services agency (PCSA). The oral report shall be followed with a written report to the PCSA, if requested by the PCSA. The written report shall contain the following:

(a) A summary of the allegations.

(b) The name of the reporter, unless anonymity is requested.

(c) A summary of the actions taken by the county agency or plans to initiate an investigation of noncompliance with the regulations contained in Chapter 5101:2-14 of the Administrative Code.

(d) A request of clarification of joint or parallel investigatory roles.

(3) A PCSA investigation does not relieve the county agency of its responsibility to investigate IHA noncompliance with regulations contained in Chapter 5101:2-14 of the Administrative Code unless the PCSA indicates that the county agency complaint investigation would interfere with the PCSA's investigation of the case.

(4) The county agency, after removal of confidential information, shall provide a copy of the JFS 01642 "In-Home Aide Assurances" (rev. 10/2017) to anyone who submits a request to the county agency. Inspection reports shall be kept on file at the county agency.

Cite as Ohio Admin. Code 5101:2-14-07

Effective: 10/29/2017
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 1/1/2019
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 5104.019
Rule Amplifies: 5104.019 , 5104.12
Prior Effective Dates: 4/1/82, 5/20/83, 9/1/86, 2/15/88, 5/1/89, 11/1/91 (Emer.), 1/20/92, 3/15/96, 10/1/97 (Emer.), 12/30/97, 4/1/03, 4/10/03, 8/14/08, 11/15/10, 7/1/11, 1/1/14, 12/31/16

5101:2-14-08 [Rescinded] Training requirements for licensed type B home provider.

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Effective: 12/31/2016
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 09/01/2016
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 5104.018
Rule Amplifies: 5104.018
Prior Effective Dates: 10/1/83, 9/1/86, 2/15/88, 5/1/89, 1/1/91, 10/15/96, 10/1/97 (Emer.), 12/30/97, 4/1/03, 8/14/08, 11/15/10, 1/1/14

5101:2-14-09 [Rescinded] Emergency/substitute caregivers, assistants and employees for a licensed type B home provider.

Cite as Ohio Admin. Code 5101:2-14-09

Effective: 12/31/2016
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 09/01/2016
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 5104.018
Rule Amplifies: 5104.018
Prior Effective Dates: 4/1/82, 5/20/83, 9/1/86, 2/15/88, 5/1/89, 7/1/95, 10/1/97 (Emer.), 12/30/97, 4/1/03, 8/14/08, 7/1/11, 1/1/14

5101:2-14-10 [Rescinded] Fire safety requirements for a licensed type B home provider.

Cite as Ohio Admin. Code 5101:2-14-10

Effective: 12/31/2016
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 09/01/2016
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 5104.052, 5104.018, 5104.053
Rule Amplifies: 5104.018
Prior Effective Dates: 4/1/82, 5/20/83, 9/25/86, 2/15/88, 5/1/89, 10/1/97 (Emer.), 12/30/97, 4/10/03, 8/14/08, 1/1/14

5101:2-14-11 [Rescinded] Indoor and outdoor space requirements for a licensed type B home provider.

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Effective: 12/31/2016
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 09/01/2016
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 5104.018
Rule Amplifies: 5104.018
Prior Effective Dates: 10/1/83, 9/1/86, 2/15/88, 5/1/89, 10/15/96, 10/1/97 (Emer.), 12/30/97, 4/1/03, 8/14/08, 1/1/14

5101:2-14-12 [Rescinded] Safe equipment and environment for a licensed type B home provider.

Cite as Ohio Admin. Code 5101:2-14-12

Effective: 12/31/2016
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 09/01/2016
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 5104.018
Rule Amplifies: 5104.018
Prior Effective Dates: 4/1/82, 5/20/83, 9/1/86, 2/15/88, 5/1/89, 10/15/96, 10/1/97 (Emer.), 12/30/97, 4/1/03, 8/14/08, 12/1/09, 7/1/11, 1/1/14

5101:2-14-13 [Rescinded] Sanitary equipment and environment for a licensed type B home provider.

Cite as Ohio Admin. Code 5101:2-14-13

Effective: 12/31/2016
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 09/01/2016
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 5104.018
Rule Amplifies: 5104.018
Prior Effective Dates: 4/1/82, 5/20/83, 9/1/86, 2/15/88, 5/1/89, 10/15/96, 10/1/97 (Emer.), 12/30/97, 4/1/03, 8/14/08, 12/1/09, 7/1/11, 1/1/14

5101:2-14-14 [Rescinded] Transportation and field trip safety for a licensed type B home provider.

Cite as Ohio Admin. Code 5101:2-14-14

Effective: 12/31/2016
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 09/01/2016
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 5104.018
Rule Amplifies: 5104.018
Prior Effective Dates: 4/1/82, 5/20/83, 9/1/86, 2/15/88, 5/1/89, 7/1/95, 10/1/97 (Emer.), 12/30/97, 4/1/03, 8/14/08, 7/1/11, 1/1/14

5101:2-14-15 [Rescinded] Child records requirements for a licensed type B home provider.

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Effective: 12/31/2016
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 09/01/2016
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 5104.018
Rule Amplifies: 5104.018
Prior Effective Dates: 4/1/82, 5/20/83, 9/1/86, 2/15/88, 5/1/89, 10/1/97 (Emer.), 12/30/97, 4/1/03, 8/14/08, 1/1/14

5101:2-14-16 [Rescinded] Medical, dental, first aid and communicable disease procedures for a licensed type B home provider.

Cite as Ohio Admin. Code 5101:2-14-16

Effective: 12/31/2016
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 09/01/2016
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 5104.018
Rule Amplifies: 5104.018
Prior Effective Dates: 4/1/82, 5/20/83, 9/1/86, 2/15/88, 5/1/89, 10/1/97 (Emer.), 12/30/97, 4/1/03, 8/14/08, 1/1/14

5101:2-14-17 [Rescinded] Programming and materials for a licensed type B home provider.

Cite as Ohio Admin. Code 5101:2-14-17

Effective: 12/31/2016
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 09/01/2016
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 5104.018
Rule Amplifies: 5104.018
Prior Effective Dates: 10/1/83, 9/1/86, 2/15/88, 5/1/89, 10/15/96, 10/1/97 (Emer.), 12/30/97, 4/1/03, 8/14/08, 1/1/14

5101:2-14-18 [Rescinded] Group size for a licensed type B home provider.

Cite as Ohio Admin. Code 5101:2-14-18

Effective: 12/31/2016
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 09/01/2016
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 5104.018
Rule Amplifies: 5104.018
Prior Effective Dates: 4/1/82, 5/20/83, 9/1/86, 5/1/89, 10/15/96, 10/1/97 (Emer.), 12/30/97, 4/1/03, 8/14/08, 1/1/14

5101:2-14-19 [Rescinded] Sleeping and napping requirements for a licensed type B home provider.

Cite as Ohio Admin. Code 5101:2-14-19

Effective: 12/31/2016
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 09/01/2016
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 5104.018
Rule Amplifies: 5104.018
Prior Effective Dates: 4/1/82, 9/1/86, 5/1/89, 10/1/97 (Emer.), 12/30/97, 4/1/03, 8/14/08, 8/3/13, 1/1/14

5101:2-14-20 [Rescinded] Supervision of children and child guidance for a licensed type B home provider.

Cite as Ohio Admin. Code 5101:2-14-20

Effective: 12/31/2016
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 09/01/2016
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 5104.018
Rule Amplifies: 5104.018
Prior Effective Dates: 4/1/82, 5/20/83, 9/1/86, 2/15/88, 5/1/89, 10/1/97 (Emer.), 12/30/97, 4/1/03, 8/14/08, 1/1/14

5101:2-14-21 [Rescinded] Meal preparation/nutritional requirements for a licensed type B home provider.

Cite as Ohio Admin. Code 5101:2-14-21

Effective: 12/31/2016
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 09/01/2016
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 5104.018
Rule Amplifies: 5104.018
Prior Effective Dates: 4/1/82, 5/20/83, 9/1/86, 2/15/88, 5/1/89, 10/1/97 (Emer.), 8/15/96, 10/15/96, 12/30/97, 4/1/03, 8/14/08, 1/1/14

5101:2-14-22 [Rescinded] Infant care and diaper care for a licensed type B home provider.

Cite as Ohio Admin. Code 5101:2-14-22

Effective: 12/31/2016
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 09/01/2016
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 5104.018
Rule Amplifies: 5104.018
Prior Effective Dates: 4/1/82, 5/20/83, 9/1/86, 2/15/88, 5/1/89, 10/1/97 (Emer.), 12/30/97, 4/1/03, 8/14/08, 1/1/14

5101:2-14-23 [Rescinded] Swimming and water safety requirements for a licensed type B home provider.

Cite as Ohio Admin. Code 5101:2-14-23

Effective: 12/31/2016
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 09/01/2016
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 5104.018
Rule Amplifies: 5104.018
Prior Effective Dates: 10/15/96, 10/1/97 (Emer.), 12/30/97, 4/1/03, 8/14/08, 1/1/14

5101:2-14-24 [Rescinded] Evening and overnight care requirements for a licensed type B home provider.

Cite as Ohio Admin. Code 5101:2-14-24

Effective: 12/31/2016
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 09/01/2016
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 5104.018
Rule Amplifies: 5104.018
Prior Effective Dates: 4/1/82, 9/1/86, 5/1/89, 10/1/97, 4/1/03, 8/14/08, 1/1/14

5101:2-14-25 [Rescinded] County department of job and family services licensing responsibilities for type B home providers.

Cite as Ohio Admin. Code 5101:2-14-25

Effective: 12/31/2016
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 09/01/2016
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 5104.018
Rule Amplifies: 5104.018
Prior Effective Dates: 4/1/82, 9/1/86, 5/1/89, 10/1/97, 4/1/03, 8/14/08, 1/1/14, 11/1/15

5101:2-14-26 [Rescinded] Records requirements for professional certification as a type B home provider or in-home aide.

Cite as Ohio Admin. Code 5101:2-14-26

Effective: 01/01/2014
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 10/15/2013
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 5104.011
Rule Amplifies: 5104.011
Prior Effective Dates: 4/1/82, 5/20/83, 9/1/86, 2/15/88, 5/1/89, 10/1/97 (Emer.), 12/30/97, 4/1/03, 8/14/08

5101:2-14-27 [Rescinded] Care of children with special needs or health conditions for professional certification as a type B home provider or in-home aide.

Cite as Ohio Admin. Code 5101:2-14-27

Effective: 01/01/2014
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 10/15/2013
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 5104.011
Rule Amplifies: 5104.011
Prior Effective Dates: 4/1/82, 5/20/83, 9/1/86, 2/15/88, 5/1/89, 10/1/97 (Emer.), 12/30/97, 4/1/03, 8/14/08

5101:2-14-28 [Rescinded] Medical and dental emergency plan for professional certification as a type B home provider or in-home aide.

Cite as Ohio Admin. Code 5101:2-14-28

Effective: 01/01/2014
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 10/15/2013
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 5104.011
Rule Amplifies: 5104.011
Prior Effective Dates: 4/1/82, 5/20/83, 9/1/86, 2/15/88, 5/1/89, 10/1/97 (Emer.), 12/30/97, 4/1/03, 8/14/08

5101:2-14-29 [Rescinded] First-aid supplies and procedures for professional certification as a type B home provider or in-home aide.

Cite as Ohio Admin. Code 5101:2-14-29

Effective: 01/01/2014
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 10/15/2013
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 5104.011
Rule Amplifies: 5104.011
Prior Effective Dates: 4/1/82, 5/20/83, 9/1/86, 5/1/89, 10/1/97, 12/30/97, 4/1/03, 8/14/08

5101:2-14-30 [Rescinded] Application and approval for certification as an in-home aide.

Cite as Ohio Admin. Code 5101:2-14-30

Effective: 12/31/2016
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 09/01/2016
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 5104.019
Rule Amplifies: 5104.019
Prior Effective Dates: 4/1/82, 5/20/83, 9/1/86, 2/15/88, 5/1/89, 11/1/91 (Emer.), 1/20/92, 7/1/95, 10/15/96, 10/1/97 (Emer.), 12/30/97, 4/1/03, 1/1/07, 8/14/08, 12/01/09, 11/15/10, 7/1/11, 8/3/13, 1/1/14

5101:2-14-31 [Rescinded] Qualifications for certification as an in-home aide.

Cite as Ohio Admin. Code 5101:2-14-31

Effective: 12/31/2016
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 09/01/2016
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 5104.013, 5104.019
Rule Amplifies: 5104.013, 5104.019
Prior Effective Dates: 4/1/82, 5/20/83, 10/1/83, 9/1/86, 2/15/88, 5/1/89, 7/1/95, 3/15/96, 10/15/96, 10/1/97 (Emer.), 12/30/97, 1/1/01, 4/1/03, 8/14/08, 8/3/13, 1/1/14

5101:2-14-32 [Rescinded] In-home aide responsibilities and assurances.

Cite as Ohio Admin. Code 5101:2-14-32

Effective: 12/31/2016
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 09/01/2016
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 5104.019
Rule Amplifies: 5104.019
Prior Effective Dates: 4/1/82, 5/20/83, 9/1/86, 2/15/88, 5/1/89, 10/15/96, 10/1/97 (Emer.), 12/30/97, 4/1/03, 8/14/08, 12/1/09, 7/1/11, 1/1/14

5101:2-14-33 [Rescinded] Safety requirements for in-home aides.

Cite as Ohio Admin. Code 5101:2-14-33

Effective: 12/31/2016
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 09/01/2016
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 5104.019
Rule Amplifies: 5104.019 , 5104.12
Prior Effective Dates: 4/1/82, 5/20/83, 10/1/83, 9/1/86, 2/15/88, 5/1/89, 7/1/95, 3/15/96, 10/15/96, 10/1/97 (Emer.), 12/30/97, 1/1/01, 4/1/03, 8/14/08, 8/3/13, 1/1/14

5101:2-14-34 [Rescinded] County department of job and family services (CDJFS) responsibilities for the issuance and renewal for in-home aide (IHA) certification.

Cite as Ohio Admin. Code 5101:2-14-34

Effective: 12/31/2016
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 09/01/2016
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 5104.019
Rule Amplifies: 5104.12, 5104.019
Prior Effective Dates: 4/1/82, 9/1/86, 2/15/88, 5/1/89, 7/1/95, 3/15/96, 10/1/97 (Emer.), 12/30/97, 4/1/03, 1/1/07, 8/14/08, 12/1/2009, 11/15/10, 8/3/13, 1/1/14

5101:2-14-35 [Rescinded] County department of job and family services (CDJFS) responsibility for compliance and complaint investigation for an in-home aide (IHA).

Cite as Ohio Admin. Code 5101:2-14-35

Effective: 12/31/2016
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 09/01/2016
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 5104.019
Rule Amplifies: 5104.019 , 5104.12
Prior Effective Dates: 9/1/86, 2/15/88, 5/1/89, 11/1/91 (emer), 1/20/92, 3/15/96, 10/1/97 (emer), 12/30/97, 4/1/03, 4/10/03, 8/14/08, 11/15/10, 7/1/11, 1/1/14

5101:2-14-36 [Rescinded] Crib and playpen requirements for professional certification as a type B home provider or in-home aide.

Cite as Ohio Admin. Code 5101:2-14-36

Effective: 01/01/2014
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 10/15/2013
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 5104.011, 5104.11
Rule Amplifies: 5104.011, 5104.11
Prior Effective Dates: 4/1/82, 9/1/86, 5/1/89, 10/1/97 (Emer.), 12/30/97, 4/1/03, 8/14/08, 8/3/13

5101:2-14-37 [Rescinded] Swimming and water safety requirements for professional certification as a type B home provider or in-home aide.

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Effective: 01/01/2014
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 10/15/2013
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 5104.011
Rule Amplifies: 5104.11, 5104.12
Prior Effective Dates: 10/15/96, 10/1/97 (Emer.), 12/30/97, 4/1/03, 8/14/08

5101:2-14-40 [Rescinded] Certification appeal procedures for professional and limited type B providers and in-home aides.

Cite as Ohio Admin. Code 5101:2-14-40

Effective: 01/01/2014
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 10/15/2013
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 5104.011
Rule Amplifies: 5104.011
Prior Effective Dates: 3/15/96, 10/1/97 (Emer.), 12/30/97, 1/1/01, 4/1/03, 8/14/08, 11/15/10

5101:2-14-41 Discipline of children. [Rescinded].

Rescinded eff 1-19-06

5101:2-14-55 [Rescinded] Application and approval for limited certification as a type B home provider or in-home aide.

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Effective: 01/01/2014
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 10/15/2013
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 5104.011, 5104.30, 5104.38
Rule Amplifies: 5104.011, 5104.32
Prior Effective Dates: 11/1/91(Emer.), 1/20/92, 7/1/95, 3/15/96, 10/1/97(Emer.), 12/30/97, 4/1/03, 1/1/07, 8/14/08, 12/1/09, 7/1/11

5101:2-14-56 [Rescinded] Issuance and renewal of a certificate for limited certification as a type B home provider or in-home aide.

Cite as Ohio Admin. Code 5101:2-14-56

Effective: 01/01/2014
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 10/15/2013
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 5104.011
Rule Amplifies: 5104.011
Prior Effective Dates: 8/14/08, 7/1/11, 8/3/13

5101:2-14-57 [Rescinded] Limited certification compliance inspection of a type B home provider or in-home aide.

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Effective: 01/01/2014
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 10/15/2013
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 5104.011
Rule Amplifies: 5104.011, 5104.11, 5104.12
Prior Effective Dates: 11/1/91 (Emer.), 1/20/92, 3/15/96, 10/1/97, 12/30/97, 4/10/03, 8/14/08, 7/1/11

5101:2-14-58 [Rescinded] Provider qualifications and responsibilities for limited certification as a type B home provider or in-home aide.

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Effective: 01/01/2014
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 10/15/2013
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 5104.011, 5104.041
Rule Amplifies: 5104.011, 5104.012, 5104.013, 5104.041
Prior Effective Dates: 11/1/91 (Emer.), 1/20/92, 7/1/95, 10/15/96, 10/1/97, (Emer.), 12/30/97, 1/1/01, 4/1/03, 8/14/08, 12/1/09, 7/1/11, 8/3/13

5101:2-14-60 [Rescinded] Denial, revocation and withdrawal of limited certification as a type B home provider or in-home aide.

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Effective: 01/01/2014
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 10/15/2013
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 5104.011
Rule Amplifies: 5104.011
Prior Effective Dates: 11/1/91 (Emer.), 1/20/92, 7/1/95, 3/15/96, 10/1/97, 4/10/03, 8/14/08.

5101:2-14-61 [Rescinded] County department of job and family services certification responsibilities for certified type B providers and in-home aides.

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Effective: 01/01/2014
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 10/15/2013
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 5104.011
Rule Amplifies: 5104.011, 5104.013, 5104.11, 5104.12
Prior Effective Dates: 4/1/82, 5/20/83, 10/1/83, 9/1/86, 2/15/88, 5/1/89, 11/1/91 (Emer.), 1/20/92, 7/1/95, 3/15/96, 10/1/97 (Emer.), 12/30/97, 4/1/03, 8/14/08, 7/1/11, 8/3/13

5101:2-14-62 [Rescinded] Confidentiality involving a professional or limited certified home provider or in-home aide.

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Effective: 01/01/2014
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 10/15/2013
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 5104.011
Rule Amplifies: 5104.011, 5104.11, 5104.12
Prior Effective Dates: 3/15/96, 10/1/97 (Emer.), 12/30/97, 4/1/03, 8/14/08