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PDFWAC 110-16-0015

Provider responsibilities.

(1) The provider must:
(a) Agree to provide care, supervision, and daily activities based on the child's developmental needs, including health, safety, physical, nutritional, emotional, cognitive, and social needs;
(b) Report any legal name, address, or telephone number changes to DCYF within ten days;
(c) Comply with the requirements contained in this chapter and the applicable requirements in chapters 110-06 and 110-15 WAC;
(d) Allow parents access to their own children at all times while in care; and
(e) Have access to a telephone with 911 emergency calling services and capability for both incoming and outgoing calls during all times children are in care.
(2) The provider must not submit an invoice for more than six children for the same hours of care.
(3) The provider must not care for more than six children, including their own children, at any one time.
(4) Care must be provided in the following locations:
(a) Providers related to the child by marriage, blood relationship, or court decree and who are grandparents, great-grandparents, siblings (if living in a separate residence), aunts, or uncles, must choose to be approved to provide care in either the provider's home or the child's home, with the exception that providers residing with a person disqualified under chapter 110-06 WAC must provide care in the child's home.
(b) Providers related to the child by marriage, blood, or court decree, but not listed in (a) of this subsection, must choose to be approved to provide care in either the provider's home or the child's home, with the exception that providers residing with a person disqualified under chapter 110-06 WAC must provide care in the child's home.
(c) Providers not related to the child, such as friends or neighbors must provide care in the child's home.
(5) Providers must comply with health and safety activities as follows:
(a) Providers related to the child as described in subsection (4)(b) of this section, must participate in a technical assistance phone call with the department within ninety days of the subsidy payment begin date and annually thereafter;
(b) Providers not related to the child, as described in subsection (4)(c) of this section:
(i) Must complete the department-approved training required in WAC 110-16-0025; and
(ii) Must have an annual technical assistance visit in the child's home.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 43.216.055, 43.216.065, chapter 43.216 RCW, and 42 U.S.C. 9858 et seq. WSR 19-18-081, § 110-16-0015, filed 9/3/19, effective 10/4/19; WSR 18-20-081, § 110-16-0015, filed 10/1/18, effective 11/1/18.]
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