Law Amending The Law On The Day-, Leisure-And Club Deals, Etc. For Children And Adolescents (Daycare Act) (Lunch Meal In Day Care Centres, Etc.)

Original Language Title: Lov om ændring af lov om dag-, fritids- og klubtilbud m.v. til børn og unge (dagtilbudsloven)(Frokostmåltid i daginstitutioner m.v.)

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Law amending the law on the day-, leisure-and Club deals, etc. for children and adolescents (Daycare Act)

(Lunch meal in day care centres, etc.)

WE, MARGRETHE the SECOND, by the grace of God Queen of Denmark, do indeed:

The Danish Parliament has adopted and we know Our consent confirmed the following law:

§ 1

In Act No. 501 of 6. June 2007 on the day-, leisure-and Club deals, etc. for children and adolescents (Daycare Act) is amended as follows:

1. Pursuant to section 16 is repealed the title:

» Parents paid meal plan '

2. Under section 16 shall be added:

» Food in preschools

section 16 (a). To be in all day nurseries covered by § 19 offered a healthy lunch meal for all children as part of daycare service, see. However, paragraph 2.

(2). The Municipal Council may decide that the parents can bring the child's lunch from home against a reduction in the parental payment, see. section 32 (2), if the child has a physician documented allergies or other disease, which require a special diet, and the Municipal Council considers that it cannot responsibly can offer the child a lunch meal in accordance with paragraph 1. '

3. section 17 (1), is replaced by the following: ' Municipal Council can for day-care facilities subject to section 19, paragraphs 2 and 3, decide to allow parents paid meals for the food, which do not constitute lunch meal under section 16 (a). The Municipal Council shall lay down the general framework for these parents paid meals in the municipality. '

4. Article 25, paragraph 1, is replaced by the following: ' Municipal Council must by non-compliance with care warranty with effect from 1 January. in the following month to raise the grant under section 32, paragraph 1, to a minimum of 73% and grant under section 32, paragraph 2, and section 33, paragraph 1, to a minimum of 78 per cent of all children in day-care facilities in the municipality, until care guarantee can be met and the Municipal Council has established new reimbursement rates and egenbetalings shares. '

5. section 31 (2) and (3) shall be replaced by the following: ' (2). Subsidies in accordance with paragraph 1 shall be fixed in relation to the budgeted gross operating costs by staying in day care, apart from the real estate expenses, including rent and maintenance.

(3). Grants and co-payment is determined on the basis of dagtilbuddenes adopted budgets. '

6. section 32 shall be replaced by the following: ' § 32. Grants for municipal preschools and day care centers, independent see. section 31, paragraph 1, should be at least 70% and not more than 30 per cent of parents ' co-payment the budgeted gross operating costs in accordance with section 31, paragraph 2, of the basic regulation. However, paragraph 2.

(2). By reduction of parents payment under section 16 (a), (2), the grant under section 31 (1), account for at least 75 per cent and not more than 25 per cent of parents ' co-payment the budgeted gross operating costs, see. section 31, paragraph 2.

(3). When shooting in a municipal or independent day care Center Board of Directors municipal grants and parental co-payment shall be calculated on the basis of the budgeted gross operating costs for the individual child care centre, or on the basis of the average budgeted gross operating costs for day-care institutions of the same type in the municipality. '

7. section 33 shall be replaced by the following: ' § 33. Grants for municipal day care, see. section 31, paragraph 1, shall constitute at least 75 per cent and not more than 25 per cent of parents ' co-payment the budgeted gross operating costs, see. section 31, paragraph 2.

(2). When shooting in municipal day care grants and the parents ' Board of Directors municipal co-payment is calculated on the basis of the average budgeted gross operating costs for the municipal day care. '

8. In article 36, paragraph 2, the words ' and article 21, paragraph 2 and 3 ' to: ' section 21 (2) and (3) and §§ 31-34 of the basic regulation. However, sections 43 and 44 '.

9. In paragraph 41, paragraph 3, the words ' section 31, paragraph 2, and articles 32-34 of the basic regulation. However, sections 42-44 ' to: ' § § 31-34 of the basic regulation. However, sections 42-44 '.

10. In paragraph 41, paragraph 5, the words ' section 31, paragraph 2, and articles 32-34 ' to: ' § § 31-34 '.

11. section 57, paragraph 3 is replaced by the following: ' (3). Grants and co-payment is determined on the basis of recreational refuges adopted budgets. '

§ 2

(1). The law shall enter into force on the 1. January 2010, in accordance with article 3. However, paragraph 2.

(2). Daycare Act section 31, paragraph 3, and section 57 (3), as amended by this Act, section 1, no. 5 and 11, shall enter into force on the 1. January 2009.

§ 3

(1). The Municipal Council may, with effect for all day care centers in the municipality, see. Daycare Act § 19, decide that in the period from the 1. January 2009 up to and including 31 December 2002. December 2009 must be offered a healthy lunch meal for all children as part of daycare service.

(2). The Municipal Council shall take a decision pursuant to paragraph 1, should the municipality's contribution to municipal day nurseries and day care centres covered by the non-profit daycare Act § 19 (2) and (3) account for at least 70 per cent and not more than 30 per cent of parents ' co-payment the budgeted gross operating costs by staying in day care, apart from the real estate expenses, including rent and maintenance.

(3). The Municipal Council may decide that the parents can bring the child's lunch from home against a reduction in the parental payment, if the child has a physician documented allergies or other disease, which require a special diet, and the Municipal Council considers that it cannot responsibly can offer the child a lunch meal in pre-school. In these cases, find daycare Act section 31, paragraph 2, shall apply.

(4). The Municipal Council may for day-care facilities covered by the daycare section 19, paragraphs 2 and 3, decide to allow parents paid meals for the food, which do not constitute the lunch meal. The Municipal Council is to define the overall framework for these arrangements.

(5). If the local authority does not comply with care warranty, see. daycare § § 23-25, grant after daycare section 25, paragraph 1, to the children in day care centres covered by the daycare section 19 (2) and (3) be raised to at least 73 per cent. For the parents who bring the child's lunch from home against a reduction in the parental payment, find daycare section 25, paragraph 1, shall apply.
Given at Amalienborg, the 3. December 2008 in the Queen's Name: Prince JOACHIM of Denmark Regent/Karen Jespersen