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To determine a provider's average daily full-time equivalent units of care for a month for purposes of this chapter, the following apply:
(1) a child in care at the provider's facility for more than five cumulative hours of a day constitutes one daily full-time equivalent unit of care;
(2) a child in care at the provider's facility for five or fewer cumulative hours of a day constitutes .5 daily full-time equivalent units of care;
(3) the daily full-time equivalent units of care arrived at under (1) and (2) of this section are totaled for each day of a month and the daily totals are added together to arrive at a total for the month;
(4) the average daily full-time equivalent units of care for a month is determined by dividing the monthly total calculated under (3) of this section by 21.7.
History: Eff. 9/12/97, Register 143
Authority: AS 14.07.060
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