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12.6.3 Approval Notices - Provider

ISSUE DATE: 12/2016

Once you approve an application for child care assistance, send a notice of approval to the

provider. Include the following information:

  • · Family’s name
  • · Family’s request for child care assistance has been approved
  • · Authorized hours of care
  • · County maximum rate that may be paid
  • · Number of absent days paid for the child for the calendar year
  • · How payments will be made.
  • When processing a redetermination or a change that affects eligibility and the action is not adverse, a notice must be sent. Non-adverse actions require a notice but should be changed as soon as possible. Non-adverse actions include increased authorized hours, decreased copayment, and continuation of payment awaiting appeal decision. Include the following information:

  • · Family’s name.
  • · Authorized hours of care.
  • · County maximum rate that may be paid.
  • · Number of absent days paid for the child for the calendar year.
  • · How payments will be made.
  • Legal Authority

    Minnesota Rules 3400.0035, Subp. 2

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