19 CSR 30-62.152 - Hourly Care Facilities

Current through Register Vol. 47, No. 7, April 1, 2022

PURPOSE: This rule sets forth requirements for facilities providing irregular, intermittent, hourly care for children.

(1) An hourly care facility is a facility licensed exclusively for irregular, intermittent, hourly care.
(2) Hourly care shall be limited to a maximum of fifty (50) hours per month per child. If a child is in care more than fifty (50) hours per month, other child care arrangements shall be made.
(3) Hourly care facilities shall meet all licensing rules for group day care homes and day care centers with the following exceptions:
(A) An outdoor play area is not required;
(B) Children may bring sack lunches; and
(C) The children's medical examination report is not required.

Notes

19 CSR 30-62.152
AUTHORITY: section 210.221.1(3), RSMo Supp. 1993.* This rule previously filed as 13 CSR 40-62.140, 13 CSR 40-62.152 and 19 CSR 40-62.152. Original rule filed March 29, 1991, effective Oct. 31, 1991. Changed to 19 CSR 40-62.152, effective Dec. 9, 1993. Changed to 19 CSR 30-62.152 July 30, 1998.

*Original authority: 220.221.1(3), RSMo 1949, amended 1955, 1987, 1993.

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