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9.15 Care and Payments for Special Circumstances

ISSUE DATE: 12/2017

Agencies may need to consider special circumstances when authorizing and paying for child care.

  • · For information about how to authorize and pay for care when a parent is temporarily not participating in their activity, see Chapter 9.15.3 (Temporary leaves of absence).
  • · For information about how to authorize and pay for care when a parent has permanently ended their activity, see Chapter 9.15.6 (Extended Eligibility).
  • · For information about how to authorize and pay for care when a child is absent, see Chapter 9.15.9 (Care during child absences).
  • · For information about how to authorize and pay for care during provider holidays, see Chapter 9.15.12 (Holidays).
  • · For information about how to authorize and pay for care for children with Special Needs, see Chapter 9.15.15 (Special needs).
  • · For information about how to authorize and pay for care when a child uses a backup provider when sick, see Chapter 9.15.18 (Sick children).
  • · For information about how to authorize and pay for child care for children of child care providers, see Chapter 9.15.21 (Children of child care providers).
  • Legal authority

    Minnesota Statutes 119B.13
    Minnesota Statutes 645.44, subd. 5
    Minnesota Rules 3400.0110
    Minnesota Rules 3400.0130
    Minnesota Rules 3400.0020

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