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9.15 Care and Payments for Special Circumstances

ISSUE DATE: 04/2018

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).
  • · For information about how to authorize and pay for child care for children attending Head Start full day integrated child care programs, see Chapter 9.15.24 (Head Start full day intergrated child care programs).
  • 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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