(A) The type B home provider may provide child care for no more than six children at any one time, and no more than three of those children may be under two years of age. When determining the total number of children who are in care, children of a caretaker who is present in the home shall not be included. The following children shall be included in the count:
(1) All children under six years of age.
(2) Children six years of age through seventeen years of age who are related to the provider and for whom care is privately or publicly funded.
(3) Children six years of age through fourteen years of age who are not related to the provider.
(4) Children fifteen years of age through seventeen years of age who are not related to the provider and for whom care is privately or publicly funded.
(B) The type B home provider may care for children whose care is not publicly funded. The provider shall notify the county department of job and family services (CDJFS) of the hours of care, names, ages and the number of all children receiving care. When hours of care change, the provider shall notify the CDJFS prior to the child's first day of attendance or on the next working day following the change.
(C) Except for paragraph (D) of this rule, the in-home aide may not provide child care services for any children other than the caretaker's while in the caretaker's home, and shall only care for publicly funded children whose child care services have been approved by the CDJFS. The CDJFS may approve child care services to be provided by an in-home aide to any number of the caretaker's publicly funded children who reside in the home.
(D) With the agreement of the caretaker, the in-home aide may bring no more than two of his or her own children to the caretaker's home while providing child care services.
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 11/30/2007 and 03/31/2013
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, 10/15/96, 10/1/97 (Emer.), 12/30/97, 4/1/03