Section .2200 - Before/after School And Summerd Evelopmental Day Services For Children With Or At Risk For Developmental Delays, Developmental Disabilities, Or Atypical Development

Link to law: http://reports.oah.state.nc.us/ncac/title 10a - health and human services/chapter 27 - mental health, community facilities and services/subchapter g/10a ncac 27g .2201.html
Published: 2015

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SECTION .2200 - BEFORE/AFTER SCHOOL AND SUMMERD EVELOPMENTAL

DAY SERVICES FOR CHILDREN WITH OR AT RISK FOR DEVELOPMENTAL DELAYS,

DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES, OR ATYPICAL DEVELOPMENT

 

10a NCAC 27g .2201       SCOPE

(a)  Before/after school developmental day services for

school age youth and preschool youth with or at risk for developmental delays,

developmental disabilities, or atypical development are facilities that provide

individual habilitative programming and recreational activities.

(1)           Services are provided preceding and

following the school day during the months of local school operation and shall

be designed to meet developmental needs of the client as well as the child care

needs of families.

(2)           Before/after school services may be

provided as a component of a developmental day center.

(b)  Summer developmental day services for school aged and

preschool youth with or at risk for developmental delays, developmental

disabilities, or atypical development are facilities that provide individual

habilitative programming and recreational activities in a licensed child care

center for school-age youth during the summer period, when they are not

participating in educational activities.  This service is:

(1)           designed to promote continuing progress in

acquiring developmental skills such as self‑help, fine and gross motor,

language and communication, cognitive and social skills in order to facilitate

functioning in a less restrictive environment; and

(2)           designed to meet child care needs of

families.

(c)  The rules in this Section are applicable when these

services are provided as a separate free-standing component which is not in the

same facility as a developmental day center for children licensed under G.S.

110, Article 7.

 

History Note:        Authority G.S. 122C‑26; 143B‑147;

Eff. May 1, 1996.