Child Care Licensing Regulation. B. C. Reg. 3. 32/2. O. C. 7. 28/2. 00. Deposited November 8, 2.
This consolidation is current to January 9, 2. Community Care and Assisted Living Act. Child Care Licensing Regulation[includes amendments up to B. C. Reg. 1. 78/2. 01. September 1, 2. 01. Part 1 — Definitions, Exemptions and Other Matters.
Division 1 — Definitions. Definitions. 1 In this regulation: "Act" means the Community Care and Assisted Living Act; "assistant" means a person holding an early childhood assistant. Division 2 of Part 3; "child" means a person in care who is a child, except in(a). Division 2 [Employee Qualifications] of Part 3. Schedule C [first aid]; "child requiring extra support" means a child who, for physical. Criminal Records Review Act, and(b).
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Oregon Health Authority Helping people and communities achieve optimum physical, mental and social well-being. Care programs. 2 (1) For the purpose of paragraph (a) of the definition of "care" in section 1 of the Act, the following programs are prescribed. MOH establishes National Adult Immunisation Schedule; Extends use of Medisave for Vaccines under the Schedule heading heading heading heading. News Highlights.
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Criminal Records Review Act, or(ii) performed by a member of a local department of the provincial police. Police Act; "day of school closure" means any day on which school is closed to students, including the following days: (a)a day in the summer, spring or winter vacation; (b).
Divisions 2 and 3 of Part. B. C. Regs. 2. 02/2. Sch. 1, s. 1.]Care programs.
For the purpose of paragraph (a) of the definition of "care" in section 1 of. Act, the following programs are prescribed: (a). Group Child Care (Under 3.
Months), being a program that provides care to. Group Child Care (3. Months to School Age), being a program that provides. Preschool (3. 0 Months to School Age), being a program that provides care to. December 3. 1 of the year of entrance; (d). Group Child Care (School Age), being a program that provides, before or after school hours or on a day of school closure, care to children who attend school, including kindergarten; (e).
Family Child Care, being a program in which the licensee(i) is a responsible adult, and(ii) personally provides care, within the licensee's personal residence, to no. Occasional Child Care, being a program that provides, on an occasional or.
Repealed. [B. C. Reg. Multi- Age Child Care, being a program that provides, within each group, care. In- Home Multi- Age Child Care, being a program in which the licensee. For the purpose of paragraph (a) of the definition of "care". Act, Child- minding is a prescribed program if all of the following. Canada or the. government of British Columbia, operates a program that provides services to. English as a Second Language, settlement or labour market.
B. C. Regs. 2. 02/2. Sch. 1, s. 2.]Division 2 — Exemptions from the Act. Certain programs exempted. Subject to subsections (2) and (2. Act: (a). an early learning program within the meaning of the School Act; (b).
December 3. 1 of the year in which the summer camp operates,(ii) operates for no more than 1. June to September, and(iii) operates only on a day of school closure; (d.
December 3. 1 of the year in which the day camp is operated and who are (A) enrolled in and attend a school or francophone school within the meaning of the School Act, or an independent school within the meaning of the Independent School Act, or (B) registered under section 1. School Act and are provided with an educational program within the meaning of the School Act,(ii) operates during the months of September to June, and(iii) operates only on a day of school closure; (e).
Repealed. [B. C. Reg. For greater certainty, a program that is described in subsection. Act as a program of residential care.(2. A summer camp or day camp is not exempt if it is operated in a single family dwelling.(3) Repealed. B. C. Reg. 1. 78/2.
Sch. 1, s. 3 (d).][am. B. C. Regs. 1. 02/2. Sch. 1, s. 3.]Use of terms prohibited if this regulation does not apply.
A person who does not hold a licence must not do any of the following in relation to a program for children: (a). Group Child Care; (ii) Preschool; (iii) Family Child Care; (iv) Occasional Child Care; (v) Multi- Age Child Care; (vi) In- Home Multi- Age Child Care; (b). Act.[en. B. C. Reg. Sch. 1, s. 4.]Exemptions by medical health officer. An applicant for a licence or a licensee may apply for an exemption under. Act by submitting an.
A licensee who is applying to temporarily place or retain in a care program a. A medical health officer may grant an exemption to any section of the Act or. Schedule A.(4) A medical health officer who rejects a request for an exemption, or who does. Variations from prior approvals. In determining whether to grant an application made under section 5. Community Care Facility Act, R. S. B. C. 1. 99. 6, c.
Community Care Facility Act before that provision was repealed,(c). Adults Use Baby Shampoo here. Schedule E of B. C.
Reg. 3. 19/8. 9 before those. B. C. Reg. 3. 19/8. B. C. Reg. 2. 17/2. Act before November 1, 2. Division 3 — Other Matters.
Applications under this regulation. A person who makes an application under this regulation must, in addition to any. Act or this regulation,(a). Others may act. 8 (1) Anything that may be done under this regulation by an assistant may be done by. Anything that may be done under this regulation by a responsible adult may be.
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Washington State Department of Health. About the Immunization Information System. The Washington State Immunization Information System (IIS) is a statewide, lifetime immunization registry that keeps track of immunization records for people of all ages. It is a secure, Web- based tool for healthcare providers and schools. The Washington State Department of Health administers the system. How the System Helps Parents.
If your doctor or clinic uses the IIS, they can: Keep track of your child's immunizations and who gave them, even if you move, change providers, or lose your immunization records. See which vaccines your child needs at each visit. Print an immunization record for when your child starts child care, school, camp, or whenever you need it. The data in the IIS is confidential – we will only give immunization information to you or your child's doctor, nurse, or clinic to help protect the health of your child.
Individuals or parents may get their or their child's immunization information directly from the system by sending in a signed Authorization to Release (PDF) form. A Spanish Authorization to Release (PDF) form is also available. Parents who want access to their family’s immunization records and adults who want access to their own records can sign up for My. IR. How the System Works. The IIS gets birth data from the public portion of your child’s Washington State birth certificate. Then, healthcare providers who have a formal written agreement with the IIS add immunization information to the system.
The Child Profile Health Promotion System also uses the public information from the birth certificate to send a series of 1. The mailings focus on health, development, safety, well- child visits, and immunizations. A parent can call Within. Reach at 1- 8. 00- 3. Who Can See My Child's Records? Healthcare providers (as defined by the Washington State Health Care Information Act, RCW 7.
IIS to see immunization information. They can also record immunizations given to their patients. Keeping Track of My Child's Immunizations. The best way to keep track of your child's immunizations is to get an immunization card from your doctor, nurse, or clinic. As part of the Child Profile Health Promotion mailings, you get a Lifetime Immunization Record Card (PDF) in the introductory packet.
If you don't already have one, call the Family Health Hotline at 1- 8. Take it to every checkup so it can be marked with the vaccines your child gets. Keep it in a safe place. The IIS also helps you keep track of immunizations.
Check with your doctor or nurse to see if they participate in the system. How can I opt out of the IIS? If you don't want your child's immunizations entered into the IIS, talk with your doctor or nurse. If they use the system, they can take steps to honor your request. You may also contact the Washington State Department of Health at: Washington State Immunization Information System. Office of Immunization and Child Profile.
PO Box 4. 78. 43. Olympia, Washington 9. Phone: 3. 60- 2. 36- 3.