|Incidental Medical Services (IMS) policy was discussed. For IMS information see Evaluator Manual - Regulation Interpretations and Procedures for Family Child Care Homes Section 102417. When any IMS is provided, a Plan for Providing IMS must be submitted to the Department. The following information regarding ADA was provided: US Department of Justice (USDOJ) toll-free ADA Information Line at (800) 514-0301 (voice)/ (800) 514-0383 (TTY) and link to publication: Commonly Asked Questions about Child Care Centers and the ADA, available at: http://www.ada.gov/childqanda.htm|
Update on Incidental Medical Services: Facilities that provide Incidental Medical Services (IMS) must identify those services in their facility’s Plan of Operation and submit an updated Plan of Operation to the Department. Incidental Medical Services Include: Blood-Glucose Monitoring for Diabetic Children, Administering Inhaled Medication, Administering EpiPen Jr. and EpiPen or other Epinephrine Auto-Injectors, Glucagon Administration, Gastrostomy Tube Care (G-tube care), Insulin Injections Administration, Anti-Seizure Administration, and Emptying an Ileostomy Bag. Please see Child Care Quarterly Report on www.ccld.ca.gov
The applicant was informed that all adults living in or having access to the home are required to have fingerprint clearances with Department of Justice, FBI and Child Abuse Index prior to having contact with children. If the aforementioned is not adhered to, a Civil Penalty of $500 per non-cleared adult will be assessed. Applicant was informed that it is required by law to post the following in the facility:
● Emergency Disaster Plan (LIC 610A) - This must be posted in your home next to the telephone and
The Earthquake Preparedness Checklist (LIC 9148), must be attached to the LIC 610A and available
to the public.
● Notification of Parents' Rights Poster (PUB 394) - This poster must be placed in an area of the home
where all parents can see it
● Facility License, (LIC 203)-Your Family Child Care Home License must be posted in an area of the
home where it can be easily seen.
● Notice of Site Visit (LIC 9213) must remain posted for 30 days (during the hours that children are in
care) after each site visit by a licensing representative.
● Any licensing report documenting a type “A” citation must be posted for 30 days during the hours that children are in care.
● Any licensing report or other document verifying compliance or non-compliance with the Department’s order to correct a Type “A” deficiency must be posted for 30 days during the hours that children are in care. Employee records must be maintained by the applicant and shall contain the following: LIC9052/Employee Rights, LIC 9108 Mandated Reporter Form, an employment contract or application containing the following information: Employees Full Name, Date of Birth, Driver's License Number, Date of Employment, Documentation of Health and Safety Training, Duties of the employee. Licensee is reminded that records for employees as well as children must be maintained for 3 years after separation for the FCCH.
For additional information and forms visit our website at: www.ccld.ca.gov