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Title 4 . Education and Early Development
Chapter 62 . (Repealed)
Section 140. Reports

4 AAC 62.140. Reports

(a) In addition to the notice of changes required by AS 14.37.140 , a child care facility shall report the following planned changes to the licensing representative as soon as possible, but not later than 30 days before a planned change is expected to occur:

(1) change in the person operating the child care facility;

(2) change in the name of the person operating the child care facility;

(3) change in the name of the child care facility;

(4) change of administrator;

(5) change in the age of children served;

(6) deletion or addition of a specialization under 4 AAC 62.600 - 4 AAC 62.610;

(7) within 14 days, the addition, for 45 days or more, in total, in a calendar year, of a member of the licensee's household, who is age 16 and older, as required in 4 AAC 62.210(g) (3);

(8) permanent departure of an individual, age 16 and older, having contact with children in a child care facility as required in 4 AAC 62.210(g) (4); and

(9) changes in the plan of operation and other information included in the initial application as required in 4 AAC 62.030.

(b) A child care facility shall immediately report the following occurrences in the child care facility to the licensing representative:

(1) death of a child while in care;

(2) serious injury or illness of a child while in care requiring attention by medical personnel outside of the child care facility;

(3) fire or other disaster affecting the child care facility; and

(4) an unplanned change in any item listed in (a) of this section.

(c) A child care facility shall immediately report the following incidents involving a child in care to the child's parent:

(1) death of a child while in care;

(2) injury or illness of a child in care requiring attention by medical personnel outside of the child care facility;

(3) exposure of a child to a contagious condition such as lice or scabies or to a communicable disease, other than a cold.

History: Eff. 1/1/96, Register 136; am 3/1/98, Register 145; am 2/8/2002, Register 161

Authority: AS 14.37.020


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