All suppliers must declare in writing that they meet the health and safety requirements set out in subsections 251.01 to 251.10 of these rules. The claimant must agree to a health and safety inspection. Compliance with these standards does not exempt a supplier from meeting higher health and safety standards under national law, tribal law, local regulations or any other applicable law. (5-3-03) 01. Suppliers must reimburse. Suppliers must reimburse additional payments resulting from the fact that they do not notify changes on time. Repayment plans are negotiated with the department. Failure to comply with the negotiated reimbursement agreement results in the disqualification of the service provider. Disqualification will continue until the refund is made or a new refund agreement is negotiated. (5-3-03) Providers must confirm that they are not covered by the Child Protection Act, Section 16-1600, Idaho Code, or the Juvenile Corrections Act, Sections 20-501 to 20-547, Idaho Code. Any provider with a valid child protection remedy cannot be a legitimate claimant. (7-1-99) If, otherwise, child custody were lost, child custody could be paid under the conditions set out in subsections 110.01 and 110.02.
Providers of related services are not entitled to interim payments for child custody. (5-3-03) 16th mediation. dispute resolution procedures between childcare providers and parents or guardians of children who receive childcare services. (7-1-99) To remain eligible as an ICCP provider, take the 12 annual training lessons: a pre-selected ICCP health and safety training of 2 hours and 10 hours of electoral training (or 1 university credit) during your ICCP extension year. 14. Loans. debt with a signed repayment agreement. (7-1-99) In the case of child care, additional payments may occur as a result of agency errors, family or provider errors, intentional program violations (API), or fraud, as required by a court or administrative decision pursuant to Section 56-227, Idaho Code. Recovery of overpayments due to agency errors can be tracked by parents or providers for whom the overpayment is equal to or greater than one hundred dollars ($100). Overcounts due to API or fraud must be fully recovered.
The department will note additional accounts. (5-3-03) 02. Usual and usual rates. The prices charged by the childcare institution must not exceed the usual and usual rates charged to all families. (7-1-99) 05. Intent not to renew the license. The supplier does not intend to renew its license or other necessary certifications. (5-3-03) All child care providers receiving a subsidy from the Ministry must be licensed or meet the current day care licensing requirements set out in Titles 39, 11, Idaho Code, Local Licensing Regulations or Tribal Regulations. If state laws and regulations apply to a supplier, the supplier must meet the stricter requirement. A supplier operating outside of Idaho must comply with the laws of its state or place of license. (7-1-99) 02. A child ceases to attend childcare services or is brought to another childcare provider..