Decree On The Care Guarantee, The Municipal Grants To Use For Day-, Leisure-And Club Deals, Parental Co-Payment And Obtaining Children's Certificates, Etc.

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om pasningsgaranti, kommunens tilskud til brug for dag-, fritids- og klubtilbud, forældrenes egenbetaling og indhentelse af børneattester m.v.

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Overview (table of contents) Chapter 1 Care guarantee and space in another municipality

Chapter 2 grants for day care and parental co-payment

Chapter 3 Economic clearance supplements

Chapter 4 Sibling grant

Chapter 5 Treatment clearance supplements

Chapter 6 place in recreational home in another municipality

Chapter 7 grants for after-school and parental co-payment

Chapter 8-economic clearance supplements

Chapter 9 Siblings grants

Chapter 10 Treatment clearance supplements

Chapter 11 place in club promotions and other socio-educational leisure activities for older children and young people in the other municipality

Chapter 12 grants for club deals and other socio-educational leisure activities for older children and young people and parental co-payment

Chapter 13 Financial clearance supplements

Chapter 14 Siblings grants

Chapter 15 Collection and regulation of parental co-payment

Chapter 16-gathering of the children's certificate

Chapter 17 transitional and commencement provisions, etc.

Annex 1 The full text of the Ordinance on care warranty, municipal grants for use in day-, leisure-and Club deals, parental co-payment and obtaining children's certificates, etc.

Pursuant to § § 30, 44, 64, 77, section 85, paragraph 2, and section 92, paragraph 2, of law No. 501 of 6. June 2007 on the day-, leisure-and Club deals, etc. for children and adolescents (Daycare Act), and § 2, paragraph 1 and 4, of law No. 520 of 21. June 2005 about obtaining children's certificate in relating to the recruitment of personnel, etc., shall be based on:

Title I

Introduction

§ 1. Parenting payment after daycare Act, including the right to a possible economic clearance supplements, siblings grants, subsidies and social pedagogical clearance clearance treatment supplements, follow the or the of the child's parents, who have the right to a place in a day care, recreation centers or club deals, see. daycare § 2.

§ 2. Grants for daycare § § 43, 63 and 76 shall be calculated in the following order of precedence:

1) economic clearance supplements,

2) sibling grants,

3) treatment purposes clearance supplements, and

4) social educational clearance supplements.

Section II

Day care for children until school start

Chapter 1

Care guarantee and space in another municipality

Care warranty

§ 3. Care warranty after daycare § 23 implies that the Municipal Council must devise a place in a day care for children from the age of 26 weeks and until school start.

(2). If parents exceeds the deadline to apply for a place in the day care in the immediate extension of that child fills 26 weeks, the municipality can extend the period within which the municipality shall offer a seat, with a period equal to the excess.

(3). A child should always be guaranteed a place in a day care after daycare Act § 19 (2) and (3) and section 21 (2) and (3) not later than 3 months after the date on which the parents have applied for a slot.

(4). The Municipal Council must give parents written notification of the date from which their child within is guaranteed admittance to a day care after daycare § 19 (2) and (3), and article 21, paragraphs 2 and 3 (warranty date).

§ 4. Care warranty after daycare section 23 is not fulfilled, if the Municipal Council against parents ' desire to showcase space in an offer that is not covered by the daycare section 19 (2) and (3) or section 21, paragraphs 2 and 3.

(2). In exceptional cases, where the Municipal Council despite a breach of care warranty does not have a duty to raise the subsidy referred to in article 6. daycare section 25, paragraph 3, the Municipal Board within one month after the breaking of the care guarantee indicate a room for the child or the children who did not get the offer of a place from the warranty date.

Place in the day care in the second municipality

§ 5. Appreciation on the waiting list and recording in a day care in a different municipality after daycare § 28 happens after institutional municipal guidelines for inclusion. Institution-the municipality may ask parents to indicate when the residence the municipality may cause a reimbursement for a place in the municipality after daycare institution § 41.

§ 6. The Municipal Council may decide to close for inclusion on the waiting list for children from other municipalities, who wants a seat in one of the municipal day care, when the number of foreign children on the waiting list exceeds 1 per cent of the children residing in the municipality, and who is enrolled in a day-care after daycare § 19 (2) and (3) and section 21 (2) and (3) , in the municipality. The calculation shall be rounded up to the nearest whole number.

(2). The waiting list for children from other municipalities that want space in municipal day care, can be measured in relation to all municipal day-care, daycare types, age groups, areas, and/or in relation to the individual day care after daycare Act. Daycare spaces, which are reserved for specific groups of children, may be omitted in the statement and be exempted from the decision on the closure of the waiting list.

§ 7. The Municipal Council may decide to close for inclusion on the waiting list for children from other municipalities, if the Municipal Council can demonstrate that it will not be able to maintain the care guarantee after daycare § 23 within the following three months due to exogenous children, or that it will require an expansion of capacity.

(2). The waiting list for children from other municipalities can be measured in relation to the whole of the municipal day-care or in relation to the age groups. Daycare spaces, which are reserved for specific groups of children, may be omitted in the statement and be exempted from the decision on the closure of the waiting list.

§ 8. A decision made under section 6 or section 7, retains its validity in only three months after its entry into force. By the end of the three months from the decision on the closure of the waiting list must therefore adopt a new Municipal Council resolution on shutdown if the waiting list must remain closed.

§ 9. The Municipal Council must electronically transmit the decisions to close the for inclusion on the waiting list for children from other municipalities and decisions on the extension of the closure on the website www.ventelistelukning.dk.

(2). The Municipal Council shall publish the decision on closure locally in the municipality.

(3). A decision to close for inclusion on the waiting list for children from other municipalities and on the extension of the closure has effect from the date on which the Municipal Council has correctly reported the decision electronically on the website www.ventelistelukning.dk, and closure are registered on the website.

Starting school

§ 10. Starting school is understood here as the time when the child enters the school and thus begins in either recreation centers or SFO (Afterschool) prior to starting or starting homeschooling or teaching starts in preschool or in 1. class, if the child is not absorbed into the preschool.

(2). Starting school can be in relation to the payment for a place in the offer subject to the daycare Act at the earliest is counted from 1. may in the year in which the child is transferred to the school level.

Chapter 2

Grants for day care and parental co-payment

Grants for day care in residence the municipality

§ 11. Municipal Board's grants and parental co-payment after daycare section 31 to a place in day care can be fixed, so grant and parent's payment varies according to age groups. In this case used the budgeted gross operating costs for that age group in the calculation of Municipal Board's grants and parental co-payment for the age group. The Municipal Council decides whether tilskudsprocenten should be the same in relation to all types of day care and all age groups.

§ 12. In the calculation of Municipal Board's grants and parental co-payment for a place in day care are assessed the municipality's budgeted gross operating costs at daycare area including VAT.

(2). By the statement of the municipality's budgeted gross operating costs for the use of calculation of subsidy and co-payment for a place in day care disregarding travel expenses to relocate pre-school facilities.

Administrative grants to non-profit daycare

§ 13. A non-profit day care center shall be entitled to a grant of administration after daycare section 35, when the institution manages the following tasks: Payroll, accounting, budget/accounting, auditing and staff legal assistance.

(2). The municipality has not self-governing institutions, receiving a grant of Administration established by agreement with the local authority, or which carries out the administration of all five tasks under paragraph 1, a non-profit day care center right to have increased its operating grants with an amount that represents 2.1% of the municipality's average budgeted gross operating costs per child in an age-appropriate day care after daycare § 19 (2) and (3) , and section 21 (2) and (3).

(3). Non-profit daycare may, notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph 2 and the daycare section 35 (2) at any time enter into agreement with the local authority about the size of the administrative subsidy, if agreement can be reached on this matter.

(4). A non-profit day care center may, in agreement with the local authority receive a proportionate administrative grants to carry out each of the referred to in of paragraph 1 administrative tasks.

Grants for private institutions


§ 14. An approved private institution are entitled to a grant of administration after daycare § 38, when the institution manages the following tasks: Payroll, accounting, budget/accounting, auditing and staff legal assistance.

(2). The municipality has not self-governing institutions, receiving a grant of Administration established by agreement with the local authority or entrusted with the administration of all five tasks under paragraph 1, shall be increased by the Municipal Board's operating grants to the approved private institution instead by an amount that represents 2.1% of the municipality's budgeted gross operating costs per child in an age-appropriate day care after daycare § 19 (2) and (3) and section 21 (2) and (3).

(3). A private institution may, in agreement with the local authority receive a proportionate administrative grants to carry out each of the referred to in of paragraph 1 administrative tasks.

§ 15. Municipal Board's building grants to an approved private daycare institution in accordance with section 37 constitute an amount per child equivalent to the municipal costs of rent in self-owned preschools for the age group divided by the total number of children in the age group of independent day care centers in the municipality.

(2). Can building grant to an approved private institution is not calculated according to § 37, daycare because the municipality does not have independent day care centers for the aged, Municipal Board's operating grants be increased to an approved private institution for 0-2 year old instead by an amount that represents 4.1% of the municipality's average budgeted gross operating costs per child in an age-appropriate day care after daycare § 19 (2) and (3), and article 21, paragraphs 2 and 3. For approved private institutions with children aged 3 years and up until school start operating subsidy shall be increased by an amount which represents 3.2% of the municipality's average budgeted gross operating costs per child in an age-appropriate day care after daycare § 19 (2) and (3), and article 21, paragraphs 2 and 3.

§ 16. The local authority must provide an operating grant per child, there shall be included in an approved private institution, originally created by the German minority as a non-profit day care center after daycare section 19, paragraph 3.

(2). Operating grant shall correspond to the average operating grant, as self-governing preschools for the German minority in the municipality receive per child in the same age group.

(3). Rescheduled a non-profit day care center set up by the German minority to a private daycare institution in accordance with article 19, paragraph 4, and there is no longer an independent day care centers for the German minority in the municipality, the operating subsidy per child for private institutions in accordance with paragraph 1, instead, shall be granted on the basis of the last known fiscal year for the municipality's independent day care centers for the German minority for the same age group.

§ 17. Municipal Board's total subsidy for a place in private daycare institution in accordance with § § 36-38 and 43 shall be paid directly to the private institution.

§ 18. Will charge a deposit after municipal daycare section 20, paragraph 4, in connection with the application for approval of a private institution, this must not exceed 30,000 us $.

(2). The deposit will be refunded when the Municipal Council has taken a decision.

Grants for day care in another municipality

§ 19. When a child knows the movement retains its place in a day care in the transfer of the municipality, see. daycare section 28, paragraph 3, should the child's new residence the municipality provide a subsidy to the square after daycare § 41. The grant, to be provided in the immediate association with the move, so there is no cessation in the reimbursement for the child's stay in dagtilbuddet.

§ 20. Residence the municipality's total contribution to a place in a day care in another municipality consists of:

1) a basic grant after daycare § 41,

2) a possible additional grants in accordance with section 42 and daycare

3) any clearance around grants and siblings grants after daycare section 43.

(2). The total subsidy is paid directly to the institution commune. The inter-communal settlement are excluding VAT.

(3). Residence the municipality's total financial contribution referred to in article 6. paragraph 1, for a place in a day care in a different municipality, must not exceed the budgeted gross operating costs per seat in the institution the municipality as calculated in accordance with § § 31-34 daycare, see. However, paragraph 3.

(4). Granted an extra allowance after daycare section 42, to cover any expenses and expenses for rent and property maintenance or expenditure for children with special needs, however, the grant can be granted, even if it means that the sum of the residence the municipality's total subsidies and parental co-payment for square exceed budgeted gross operating costs per municipality institution space as intended after daycare Act §§ 31-34.

§ 21. Would parents a place for their child in a day care that is linked to the German minority at the Deutscher Schul-und Sprachverein für Nordschleswig, and there is not such an offer in the municipality of residence, parents can wish it in another municipality. Parents pay in this case for staying in dagtilbuddet in the municipality of institutions in accordance with the General provisions of the daycare Act §§ 31-34 for grants and parental payment for a place in the day care in the municipality of residence.

(2). Residence the municipality shall bear any additional costs in relation to the institution commune.

Chapter 3

Financial clearance supplements

§ 22. The Municipal Council in the municipality of residence must provide a financial clearance supplements after daycare section 43, no. 2, when the parents or the parent who has the right to daycare for clearance around the square and grant, see. § 1, documenting a current income that is within clearance limits, see income scale. § 24. Clearance around the scale of income limits may be increased with 52,000 DKK for single parents, see. (4).

(2). Is the parent who has the right to daycare for clearance around the square and grant, see. § 1, married or living in a non-marital cohabitation, the spouse's or samleve's income is taken into account in the current income for the calculation of clearance supplements.

(3). Is there with the parents or the parent who has the right to daycare for clearance around the square and grant, see. § 1, more than one child under the age of 18 in the home, increased clearance scale income limits with DKK 7,000 for each child in addition to the first child.

(4). A parent who lives in a cohabitation relationship, shall not be considered as a single parent by the provision of financial clearance supplements. As a single parent is taken into account also the parent who is single, because the spouse or samleveren is inserted, in addition to 3 months in institutions under Probation.

§ 23. The current income to be taken into consideration for the Municipal Board's decision on economic clearance supplements, consists of:

1) personal income under section 3 of the personal tax law with the addition of positive net income used to calculate income tax pursuant to section 7 of the Spanish law, however, before it referred to therein bottom deductions, and

2) equity income, which is taxed under section 8 (a), paragraphs 1-2, in Spanish law, except for dividend income up to us $ 5,000.

(2). When the actual revenue is significantly larger or smaller than the current income calculated in accordance with paragraph 1, it shall take a decision on the financial clearance around the municipal grants on the basis of an overall assessment of the family's economic and social conditions.

(3). Student loans, which are paid after the law on the State's education aid, is not considered part of the parent's current income.

(4). Income base for calculating economic clearance supplements to parents who are or have been employed on board a vessel that is registered in the Danish International ship register shall be determined under section 12 of Decree No. 1032 22. October 2004 on the calculation of daily subsistence allowance, for salaried employees, as amended.

§ 24. The Interior and the Ministry of Social Affairs publishes annually a clearance around the scale of the coming year, which includes the income limits for financial clearance supplements. Clearance around the scale level in the year 2010 are set out in annex 1.

(2). Clearance around the lower and upper income limit and increase clearance limits for single parents under section 22 (1), shall be adjusted annually on 1 October. January with 2.0% attributed to or deducted from an adjustment percentage for that fiscal year, see. law on a rate adjustment percentage. The adjustment is done, depending on whether the underlying wage developments for the calculation of the adjustment percentage is higher or lower than 2.0% The regulatory clearance around the lower and upper limits Crown rounded off to the nearest amount divisible by 100. The adjusted increase of clearance around the boundaries of single parents under section 22 (1), rounded to the nearest amount in dollars.

(3). The difference between the lower and upper income limit, regulated in accordance with paragraph 2, shared with 95, and the result is rounded to the nearest penny amount.

(4). At the first revenue increase, calculated from the clearance around the lower income limit, corresponding to the Crown the amount in accordance with paragraph 3 shall be determined parental co-payment for 5 per cent of the eligible parents payment by the used space, as defined in §§ 25-27. For each subsequent income increase, corresponding to the Crown the amount in accordance with paragraph 3 shall be increased parental co-payment with 1 per cent of the eligible parents payment by the used space, as defined in §§ 25-27.

Eligible parents payment on place in day-care facilities in the municipality of residence


§ 25. When shooting in day care after daycare § 19 (2) and (3) and section 21 (2) and (3) make up the eligible parents payment an amount equal to the parental co-payment for daycare space, see. Daycare Act §§ 31-34.

Eligible parents payment by space in private institution

section 26. When shooting in a private daycare institution in accordance with section 19 (4), constitute the eligible parents payment an amount equal to the average budgeted co-payment per space in an age-appropriate day-care facilities in the municipality of residence.

(2). Financial clearance supplements for a place in a private daycare institution in accordance with article 19, paragraph 4, should be used to reduce parental co-payment.

(3). The sum of Municipal Board's economic clearance around grants and other grants for use to reduce parental co-payment after daycare § 43 shall not exceed parental co-payment for the concrete space in private institution.

Eligible parents payment at the place in the day care in the second municipality

§ 27. When shooting in day care after daycare § 19 (2) and (3) and section 21, paragraphs 2 and 3, in the second municipality represents the eligible parents payment an amount equal to the lesser of

1) average budgeted co-payment per space in an age-appropriate day-care facilities in the municipality of residence and

2) the actual co-payment per space in the day care institution in the municipality, IE. the average budgeted gross driftsudgift per space in the day care institution in the municipality, as calculated in the municipality institution, without prejudice. Daycare Act §§ 31-34, less sitting municipal grants for daycare section 41, and a possible extra allowance after daycare section 42 for the reduction of parental co-payment.

Nyoptagelse, revenue base and instructions, etc.

section 28. By nyoptagelse in a day care after daycare Act § 19, paragraphs 2 to 4, and article 21, paragraphs 2 and 3, the Municipal Council give a financial clearance supplements from the time when the child is recorded in dagtilbuddet, when parents provide evidence that their current income, see. sections 22 and 23, are within the income limits that qualify for financial clearance supplements for clearance around the scale referred to in article 6. § 24.

(2). Searches on clearance supplements in situations other than by nyoptagelse in accordance with paragraph 1, the Municipal Council give economic clearance supplements from the 1. in the month following the date on which the application for financial clearance supplements.

section 29. The Municipal Council must inform parents about the revenue base that is basis for the calculation of the financial clearance supplements. The Municipal Council must also inform parents about the obligation of notification under section 30, paragraph 1.

section 30. Parents have a duty to inform the municipality about lasting increases in their actual income or other circumstances during the year that are of importance to the right to economic clearance supplements.

(2). A revenue growth of less than 10 per cent shall not give rise to an adjustment of the financial clearance supplements. Parents have a revenue growth of over 10 percent, the Municipal Council may regulate the financial clearance supplements with retroactive effect from the time when the parental relationship has changed.

section 31. The head of the day-care after daycare Act § 19, paragraphs 2 to 4, and article 21, paragraphs 2 and 3, shall provide guidance to parents about the possibility of financial clearance supplements. Information about the rules for financial clearance supplements must be published in each day-care facilities or on the dagtilbuddets website and, upon request, shall be given to the parents.

Chapter 4

Sibling grant

section 32. Sibling grant, see. daycare section 43, no. 1, must be calculated in relation to the/the cheapest seat (s), which can be found by comparing the residence municipality's net operating costs, see. Daycare Act §§ 31-34 and 83. This also applies in cases where a child has a place in another municipality.

(2). No siblings grants to the most expensive space.

(3). Sibling concept includes biological siblings, adoptivsøskende and together they brought the children to stay in the same home. Children of non-cohabiting parents with joint custody who live equally with both parents, be counted as siblings of the parent where they are registered with the population register.

section 33. The sum of Municipal Board's siblings grants and other grants for a place in day care, must not exceed the budgeted gross operating costs per seat, as calculated in accordance with the daycare Act §§ 31-34.

Sibling grant to day-care facilities in the municipality of residence

§ 34. When shooting in a day care after daycare § 19 (2) and (3) and section 21 (2) and (3) make up the Municipal Board's sibling allowance an amount equal to at least 50 per cent of the eligible parents payment as defined in § 25, reduced by any economic clearance supplements after daycare section 43, no. 2.

Sibling grant for private institutions

section 35. When shooting in a private institution, without prejudice. daycare section 19 (4), make up the Municipal Board's sibling allowance an amount equal to at least 50 per cent of the eligible parents payment as defined in section 26, reduced by any economic clearance supplements after daycare section 43, no. 2.

(2). Sibling grant to a seat in a private daycare institution in accordance with article 19, paragraph 4, should be used to reduce parental co-payment.

(3). Sibling grant and other grants, see. daycare section 43 to reduce parental co-payment shall not exceed parental co-payment for space in private institution.

Sibling grant to day-care facilities in the second municipality

§ 36. When shooting in a day care, see. Daycare Act § 19 (2) and (3) and section 21 (2) and (3) in another municipality forms the Municipal Board's sibling allowance an amount equal to at least 50 per cent of the eligible parents payment as defined in § 27, reduced by any economic clearance grants under section 43, no. 2.

(2). Sibling grant is to be used to reduce parental co-payment as calculated in accordance with section 41 of the act as daycare, paragraph 5.

Sibling grant for private care

section 37. By private care, see. daycare § 80 shall be determined Municipal Board's siblings reimbursement for an amount equal to at least 85 per cent of sibling grant pursuant to section 24 of the budgeted gross operating costs calculated for the cheapest age-appropriate day care after daycare § 19 (2) and (3) and section 21 (2) and (3), in the municipality of residence.

(2). Sibling grant for private care must not exceed an amount equal to the financial contribution under section 24 intended for sibling the cheapest age-appropriate day-care facilities in the municipality of residence after daycare § 19 (2) and (3), and article 21, paragraphs 2 and 3.

(3). Sibling grant in accordance with paragraph 1, shall be paid to the parents along with the Municipal Board's reimbursement for private care after daycare § 80 Direct Subsidy to be used for the private care.

Chapter 5

Treatment purposes clearance supplements

section 38. When a child with significant and lasting reduced physical or mental functional ability of therapeutic reasons is registered in a day care after daycare Act § 19 (2) and (3) and section 21, paragraphs 2 and 3 shall be increased municipal grants the Board of Directors with a treatment clearance supplements, see. daycare section 43, no. 3, which is equivalent to 50 per cent of the parents ' own contributions as calculated in accordance with Chapter 5 as daycare.

(2). The child is recorded in a half-space or less in a day care after daycare Act § 19 (2) and (3), and article 21, paragraphs 2 and 3, the sum of Municipal Board's grants for daycare Act §§ 31-34, a possible economic clearance supplements after daycare section 43, no. 2, and siblings grants for daycare section 43, no. 1, be increased with a treatment clearance supplements, so the total contribution represents 100 per cent, and parental co-payment thus lapses.

Clearance supplements treatment in private institutions

§ 39. When a child with significant and lasting reduced physical or mental functional ability of therapeutic reasons, stay a private daycare institution in accordance with article 19, paragraph 4, shall be increased operating grant with a treatment clearance supplements after daycare section 43, no. 3, which is equivalent to 50 per cent of the difference between:

1) sum of grants for daycare section 36, paragraph 2, a possible economic clearance supplements after daycare section 43, no. 2, a possible sibling grants for daycare section 43, no. 1, and

2) the average budgeted gross operating costs (excluding støttepædagog costs) per seat for day-care facilities in the municipality of residence, without prejudice. Daycare Act § 19 (2) and (3) and section 21 (2) and (3) intended for the age group, the child belongs to.

(2). Treatment gaps in reimbursement for a place in a private daycare institution in accordance with article 19, paragraph 4, should be used to reduce parental co-payment.

(3). The sum of Municipal Board's therapeutic clearance supplements and other grants for daycare § 43, cannot exceed parental co-payment for the concrete space in private institution.

Treatment gaps in reimbursement for a place in the second municipality


§ 40. When a child with significant and lasting reduced physical or mental functional ability of therapeutic reasons is registered in a day care after daycare Act § 19 (2) and (3) and section 21, paragraphs 2 and 3, in the second municipality, municipality of residence constitute therapeutic clearance supplements after daycare section 43, no. 3, an amount equal to at least 50 per cent of the difference between

1) sum of sitting municipal grants for daycare section 41, paragraph 1, any extra allowance for reduction of parent's payment after daycare section 42, a possible economic clearance supplements after daycare section 43, no. 2, and a possible sibling grants for daycare section 43, no. 1, and

2) the lowest of

(a)) the average budgeted gross operating costs per seat in an age-appropriate day-care facilities in the municipality of residence and

(b)) the budgeted gross operating costs per seat in the day-care, as calculated in the commune after daycare institution § § 31-34.

(2). The child is recorded in a half-space or less in a day care after daycare Act § 19 (2) and (3) and section 21, paragraphs 2 and 3, in the second municipality, municipality of residence constitute therapeutic clearance allowance an amount equal to the difference between

1) sum of sitting municipal grants for daycare section 41, paragraph 1, any extra allowance for reduction of parent's payment after daycare section 42, a possible economic clearance grants under section 43, no. 2, and a possible sibling grants for daycare section 43, no. 1, and

2) the lowest of

(a)) the average budgeted gross operating costs per seat in an age-appropriate day-care facilities in the municipality of residence and

(b)) the budgeted gross operating costs per seat in the day-care, as calculated in the commune after daycare institution § § 31-34.

(3). The therapeutic clearance supplements must be used to reduce parental co-payment as calculated in accordance with section 41 of the act as daycare, paragraph 5.

Title III

Centre place for school-age children

Chapter 6

Place in the recreation centers in the second municipality

§ 41. Appreciation on the waiting list and recording in a recreational home in another municipality in accordance with § 55 happens after daycare institution municipality's guidelines for inclusion. Institution-the municipality may ask parents to indicate when the residence the municipality may provide a grant to a seat in the institution the municipality after daycare section 61.

§ 42. The Municipal Council may decide to close for inclusion on the waiting list for children from other municipalities, who wants a seat in one of the municipality's recreational home, when the number of foreign children on the waiting list exceeds 1 per cent of the children residing in the municipality, and which is inscribed in a recreational home after daycare section 52, paragraphs 2 and 3, in the municipality. The calculation shall be rounded up to the nearest whole number.

(2). The waiting list for children from other municipalities that want space in the municipal recreation centers, can be measured in relation to all the municipality's recreational home, age groups, types of districts and/or centre in relation to the individual leisure home after daycare Act. Centre seats reserved for specific groups of children, may be omitted in the statement and be exempted from the decision on the closure of the waiting list.

section 43. A decision made under section 42, retains its validity in only three months after its entry into force. By the end of the three months from the decision on the closure of the waiting list must therefore adopt a new Municipal Council resolution on shutdown if the waiting list must remain closed.

§ 44. The Municipal Council must electronically transmit the decisions to close the for inclusion on the waiting list for children from other municipalities and decisions on the extension of the closure on the website www.ventelistelukning.dk.

(2). The Municipal Council shall publish the decision on closure locally in the municipality.

(3). A decision to close for inclusion on the waiting list for children from other municipalities and on the extension of the closure have effect only when the Municipal Council has correctly reported the decision electronically on the website www.ventelistelukning.dk, and closure are registered on the website.

Chapter 7

Reimbursement for recreational homes and parental co-payment

Grants for municipal and non-profit recreation centers in residence the municipality

§ 45. Municipal Board's grants and parental co-payment after daycare section 57 for a place in the recreation centers can be established, then the subsidy and the parent's payment varies according to age groups. In these cases, the budgeted gross operating costs for that age group in the calculation of Municipal Board's grants and parental co-payment for the age group. The Municipal Council decides whether tilskudsprocenten should be the same in relation to all types of recreation centers and all age groups.

§ 46. In the calculation of Municipal Board's grants and parental co-payment will be summed up the municipality's budgeted gross operating costs at the Centre area including VAT.

(2). By the statement of the municipality's budgeted gross operating costs for the use of calculation of subsidy and co-payment for a place in the leisure Home disregarding travel expenses to relocate fritidshjem.

Administrative grants to non-profit recreation centers

§ 47. A non-profit recreation centers are entitled to a grant of administration after daycare section 59 when the institution manages the following tasks: Payroll, accounting, budget/accounting audit and staff legal assistance.

(2). The municipality has not even owning recreational home, receiving a grant of Administration established by agreement with the local authority, or which carries out the administration of all five tasks under paragraph 1 has a self-owned recreation centers the right to have increased its operating grants with an amount that represents 2.1% of the municipality's average budgeted gross operating costs per child in an age-lasting leisure home after daycare section 52, paragraphs 2 and 3.

(3). Independent leisure home may, notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph 2 and the daycare section 59 (2) at any time enter into agreement with the local authority about the size of the administrative subsidy, if agreement can be reached on this matter.

(4). A self-governing youth centre may, in agreement with the local authority receive a proportionate administrative grants to carry out individual referred to in paragraph 1, the management tasks.

Grants for recreation centers in the second municipality

section 48. When a child knows the movement retains its place in a youth centre in the transfer of the municipality after daycare section 55, paragraph 3, should the child's new residence the municipality provide a subsidy to the square after daycare section 61. The grant, to be provided in the immediate association with the move, so there is no cessation in the reimbursement for the child's stay in the leisure home.

§ 49. Residence the municipality's total subsidy for a space in a recreational home in another municipality consists of:

1) a basic grant after daycare § 61,

2) a possible additional grants in accordance with section 62, daycare

3) any clearance around grants and siblings grants after daycare section 63.

(2). The total subsidy is paid directly to the institution commune. The inter-communal settlement are excluding VAT.

(3). Residence the municipality's total financial contribution referred to in article 6. paragraph 1, for a place in a recreational home in another municipality, must not exceed the budgeted gross operating costs per seat in the institution the municipality as calculated in accordance with § § daycare 57-59 of the basic regulation. However, paragraph 3.

(4). Granted an extra allowance after daycare § 62, to cover any property expenses as well as expenditure on rent and maintenance or costs for children with special needs, can, however, be granted, even if it means that the sum of the residence the municipality's total subsidies and parental co-payment for square exceed budgeted gross operating costs per municipality institution space as intended after daycare Act § § 57-59.

§ 50. Would parents a place for their child in a recreational home, associated with the German minority at the Deutscher Schul-und Sprachverein für Nordschleswig, and there is not such an offer in the municipality of residence, parents can wish it in another municipality. Parents pay in this case for staying in the leisure home in institutional municipality after the General provisions set out in § § 57-59 daycare grant and parents paying for a place in the day care in the municipality of residence.

(2). Residence the municipality shall bear any additional costs in relation to the institution commune.

Chapter 8

Financial clearance supplements

§ 51. The Municipal Council in the municipality of residence must provide a financial clearance supplements after daycare § 63, nr. 2, when parents or of parents who have the right of Centre square and for clearance around the subsidy referred to in article 6. § 1, documenting a current income that is within clearance limits, see income scale. § 53. Clearance around the scale of income limits may be increased with 52,000 DKK for single parents, see. (4).

(2). Is the parent who has the right of Centre square and for clearance around the subsidy referred to in article 6. § 1, married or living in a cohabitation, the spouse's or samleve's income is taken into account in the current income for the calculation of clearance supplements.

(3). Is there with the parents or the parent who has the right of Centre square and for clearance around the subsidy referred to in article 6. § 1, more than one child under the age of 18 in the home, increased clearance scale income limits with DKK 7,000 for each child in addition to the first child.


(4). A parent who lives in a cohabitation relationship, shall not be considered as a single parent by the provision of financial clearance supplements. As a single parent is taken into account also the parent who is single, because the spouse or samleveren is inserted, in addition to 3 months in institutions under Probation.

§ 52. The current income to be taken into consideration for the Municipal Board's decision on economic clearance supplements, consists of:

1) personal income under section 3 of the personal tax law with the addition of positive net income used to calculate income tax pursuant to section 7 of the Spanish law, however, before it referred to therein bottom deductions, and

2) equity income, which is taxed under section 8 (a), paragraphs 1-2, in Spanish law, except for dividend income up to us $ 5,000.

(2). When the actual revenue is significantly larger or smaller than the current income calculated in accordance with paragraph 1, it shall take a decision on the financial clearance around the municipal grants on the basis of an overall assessment of the family's economic and social conditions.

(3). Student loans, which are paid after the law on the State's education aid, is not considered part of the parent's current income.

(4). Income base for calculating economic clearance supplements to parents who are or have been employed on board a vessel that is registered in the Danish International ship register shall be determined under section 12 of Decree No. 1032 22. October 2004 on the calculation of daily subsistence allowance, for salaried employees, as amended.

§ 53. The Interior and the Ministry of Social Affairs publishes annually a clearance around the scale of the coming year, which includes the income limits for financial clearance supplements. Clearance around the scale level in the year 2010 are set out in annex 1.

(2). Clearance around the lower and upper income limit and increase clearance limits for single parents under section 51, paragraph 1, shall be adjusted annually on 1 October. January with 2.0% attributed to or deducted from an adjustment percentage for that fiscal year, see. law on a rate adjustment percentage. The adjustment is done, depending on whether the underlying wage developments for the calculation of the adjustment percentage is higher or lower than 2.0% The regulatory clearance around the lower and upper limits Crown rounded off to the nearest amount divisible by 100. The adjusted increase of clearance around the boundaries of single parents under section 51, paragraph 1 shall be rounded to the nearest amount in dollars.

(3). The difference between the lower and upper income limit, regulated in accordance with paragraph 2, shared with 95, and the result rounded to the nearest penny amount.

(4). At the first revenue increase, calculated from the clearance around the lower income limit, corresponding to the Crown the amount in accordance with paragraph 3 shall be determined parental co-payment for 5 per cent of the eligible parents payment by the used space, as defined in § § 54-56. For each subsequent income increase, corresponding to the Crown the amount in accordance with paragraph 3 shall be increased parental co-payment with 1 per cent of the eligible parents payment by the used space, as defined in § § 54-56.

Eligible parents payment on place in recreational home in residence the municipality

§ 54. When shooting in the leisure home after daycare section 52 (2) and (3) make up the eligible parents payment an amount equal to the parental co-payment for Centre square, see. Daycare Act §§ 57 and 58.

Eligible parents payment by space in private leisure Home

§ 55. When shooting in a private leisure home after daycare section 52, paragraph 4, make up the eligible parents payment an amount equal to the average budgeted co-payment per space in an age-appropriate recreational home in residence the municipality.

(2). Financial clearance supplements for a place in a private leisure home after daycare section 52, paragraph 4, should be used to reduce parental co-payment.

(3). The sum of Municipal Board's economic clearance around grants and other grants for use to reduce parental co-payment after daycare section 63 shall not exceed parental co-payment for the concrete space into a private recreational homes.

Eligible parents payment at the place of recreation centers in the second municipality

section 56. When shooting in the leisure home after daycare section 52, paragraphs 2 and 3, in the second municipality represents the eligible parents payment an amount equal to the lesser of

1) average budgeted co-payment per space in an age-appropriate recreational home in residence the municipality, and

2) the actual co-payment per space in the recreation centers in the municipality institution, IE. the average budgeted gross driftsudgift per space in the recreation centers in the municipality, as calculated in the institution-institution municipality, see. daycare section 57 (2) and § 58, deducted from the residence the municipality grants after daycare section 61, and a possible extra allowance after daycare section 62 to reduction of parental co-payment.

Nyoptagelse, revenue base, instructions, etc.

§ 57. By nyoptagelse in a recreational home after daycare section 52, paragraphs 2 to 4, the Municipal Council give a financial clearance supplements from the time when the child is recorded in recreational home, when parents provide evidence that their current income, see. sections 51 and 52, are within the income limits that qualify for financial clearance supplements for clearance around the scale referred to in article 6. § 53.

(2). Searches on clearance supplements in situations other than by nyoptagelse in accordance with paragraph 1, the Municipal Council give economic clearance supplements from the 1. in the month following the date on which the application for financial clearance supplements.

§ 58. The Municipal Council must inform parents about the revenue base that is basis for the calculation of the financial clearance supplements. The Municipal Council must also inform parents about the obligation of notification under section 59 (1).

section 59. Parents have a duty to inform the municipality about lasting increases in their actual income or other circumstances during the year that are of importance to the right to economic clearance supplements.

(2). A revenue growth of less than 10 per cent shall not give rise to an adjustment of the financial clearance supplements. Parents have a revenue growth of over 10 percent, the Municipal Council may regulate the financial clearance supplements with retroactive effect from the time when the parental relationship has changed.

section 60. The head of a recreational home after daycare section 52, paragraphs 2 to 4, to guide parents about the possibility of financial clearance supplements. Information about the rules for financial clearance supplements must be published in each leisure home or leisure's website and, upon request, shall be given to the parents.

Chapter 9

Sibling grant

section 61. Sibling grant, see. daycare § 63, nr. 1, must be calculated in relation to the/the cheapest seat (s), which can be found by comparing the residence municipality's net operating costs, see. daycare § § 57-59. This also applies if a child has a place in another municipality.

(2). No siblings grants to the most expensive space.

(3). Sibling concept includes biological siblings, adoptivsøskende and together they brought the children to stay in the same home. Children of non-cohabiting parents with joint custody who live equally with both parents, be counted as siblings of the parent where they are registered with the population register.

§ 62. The sum of Municipal Board's siblings grants and other grants for a place in the leisure home must not exceed the budgeted gross operating costs per seat, as calculated in accordance with the daycare Act § § 57-59.

Siblings reimbursement for recreational home in residence the municipality

section 63. When shooting in a recreational home after daycare section 52, paragraphs 2 to 4, make up the Municipal Board's sibling allowance an amount equal to at least 50 per cent of the eligible parents payment as defined in section 54, reduced with any clearance supplements after daycare § 63, nr. 2.

Sibling grant for private leisure Home

section 64. When shooting in a private home, without prejudice to recreation. daycare section 52, paragraph 4, make up the Municipal Board's sibling allowance an amount equal to at least 50 per cent of the eligible parents payment as defined in § 55, reduced by any economic clearance supplements after daycare § 63, nr. 2.

(2). Sibling grant to a seat in a private recreation centers will be used to reduce parental co-payment.

(3). Sibling grant and other grants, see. daycare section 63 to reduce parental co-payment shall not exceed parental co-payment for the concrete space into a private recreational homes.

section 65. Municipal Board's total subsidy for a place in private recreational homes, see. Daycare Act sections 60 and 63 shall be paid directly to the private recreational homes.

Siblings grants for recreation centers in the second municipality

§ 66. When shooting in a recreational home, see. daycare section 52, paragraphs 2 and 3, in another municipality forms the Municipal Board's sibling allowance an amount equal to at least 50 per cent of the eligible parents payment as defined in section 56, reduced by any economic clearance supplements after daycare § 63, nr. 2.

(2). Sibling grant is to be used to reduce parental co-payment as calculated in accordance with § 61 daycare, paragraph 5.

Chapter 10

Treatment purposes clearance supplements


section 67. When a child with significant and lasting reduced physical or mental functional ability of therapeutic reasons is recorded in a fritidshjemefter daycare section 52, paragraphs 2 and 3 shall be increased municipal grants the Board of Directors with a treatment clearance supplements, see. daycare § 63, nr. 3, which is equivalent to 50 per cent of the parents ' own contributions as calculated according to the daycare Act Chapter 9.

(2). The child is recorded in a half-space or less in a recreational home after daycare section 52, paragraphs 2 and 3, the sum of Municipal Board's grants for daycare § § 57-59 and 61, a possible economic clearance supplements after daycare § 63, nr. 2, and a possible sibling grants for daycare § 63, nr. 1, be increased with a treatment clearance supplements, so the total contribution represents 100 per cent, and parental co-payment thus lapses.

Clearance supplements treatment in private leisure Home

section 68. When a child with significant and lasting reduced physical or mental functional ability of therapeutic reasons is inducted into a private recreational home after daycare section 52, paragraph 4, shall be increased by the Municipal Board's grants for daycare section 60 with a treatment clearance supplements after daycare § 63, nr. 3, which is equivalent to 50 per cent of the difference between

1) sum of grants for daycare section 60, a possible economic clearance supplements after daycare § 63, nr. 2, and a possible sibling grants for daycare § 63, nr. 1, and

2) the average budgeted gross operating costs (excluding støttepædagog costs) per seat for day-care facilities in the municipality of residence, without prejudice. daycare section 52, paragraphs 2 and 3, calculated for the age group, the child belongs to.

(2). Clearance supplements for treatment purposes a space into a private recreational home after daycare section 52, paragraph 4, should be used to reduce parental co-payment.

(3). The sum of Municipal Board's therapeutic clearance supplements and other grants for daycare § 63, may not exceed parental co-payment for the concrete space in the private recreational homes.

Treatment gaps in reimbursement for a place in the second municipality

section 69. When a child with significant and lasting reduced physical or mental functional ability of therapeutic reasons is registered in a recreational home after daycare section 52, paragraphs 2 and 3, in the second municipality, municipality of residence constitute therapeutic clearance supplements after daycare § 63, nr. 3, an amount equal to at least 50 per cent of the difference between

1) sum of sitting municipal grants for daycare section 61 (1), any extra allowance for reduction of parent's payment after daycare section 62, a possible economic clearance supplements after daycare § 63, nr. 2, and a possible sibling grants for daycare § 63, nr. 1, and

2) the lowest of

(a)) the average budgeted gross operating costs per seat in an age-appropriate recreational home in residence the municipality and

(b)) the budgeted gross operating costs per seat in the recreation centers as calculated in the commune after daycare institution § 57, paragraph 2, and section 58.

(2). The child is recorded in a half-space or less in a recreational home after daycare section 52, paragraphs 2 and 3, in the second municipality, municipality of residence constitute therapeutic clearance allowance an amount equal to the difference between

1) sum of sitting municipal grants for daycare section 61 (1), any extra allowance for reduction of parent's payment after daycare section 62, a possible economic clearance supplements after daycare § 63, nr. 2, and a possible sibling grants for daycare § 63, nr. 1, and

2) the lowest of

(a)) the average budgeted gross operating costs per seat in an age-appropriate day-care facilities in the municipality of residence and

(b)) the budgeted gross operating costs per seat in the recreation centers as calculated in the commune after daycare institution § 57, paragraph 2, and section 58.

(3). The therapeutic clearance supplements must be used to reduce parental co-payment as calculated in accordance with § 61 daycare, paragraph 5.

Title IV

Club deals and other socio-educational leisure activities for older children and adolescents

Chapter 11

Space in the Club offers and other socio-educational leisure activities for older children and young people in the other municipality

section 70. Appreciation on the waiting list and admittance to a club deals in a different municipality after daycare § 69 happens after institutional municipal guidelines for inclusion. Institution-the municipality may ask parents to indicate when the residence the municipality may cause a reimbursement for a place in the municipality after daycare institution § 74.

§ 71. The Municipal Council may decide to close for inclusion on the waiting list for older children and young people from other municipalities, who wants a seat in the municipal Club deals, etc., when the number of older children and young people outside on the waiting list exceeds 1 per cent of the older children and young people who are resident in the municipality and who is enrolled in a club deals, etc. after daycare section 66 (2) and (3) , in the municipality. The calculation shall be rounded up to the nearest whole number.

(2). The waiting list for older children and young people from other municipalities can be measured in relation to the whole municipality's Club specials, etc., age groups, districts and/or in relation to the individual Club deals, etc. Places in club promotions, etc., which are reserved for certain groups of older children and adolescents, may be omitted in the statement and be exempted from the decision on the closure of the waiting list.

section 72. A decision made pursuant to section 71, retains its validity in only three months after its entry into force. By the end of three months from the decision on the closure of the waiting list must therefore adopt a new resolution on the municipality closure, if the waiting list must remain closed.

section 73. The Municipal Council must publish decisions to close the waiting list for older children and young people from other municipalities and decisions on the extension of the closure on the municipality's website.

(2). A decision to close for the waiting list for older children and young people from other municipalities and on the extension of the closure has effect from the date on which information on the closure evidenced by the municipality's website.

Chapter 12

Reimbursement for club deals and other socio-educational leisure activities for older children and young people and parental co-payment

Reimbursement for club deals and other socio-educational leisure activities for older children and adolescents in the municipality of residence

§ 74. The Municipal Council may by setting the parental co-payment for a place in the club deals, etc. after daycare section 71, paragraph 2, decide

1) to parental co-payment varies with the child's or the young person's age or grade levels, and

2) that there must be co-payment for participation in individual offers or types of deals.

(2). The Municipal Council may decide that the individual deals itself decides on the use of special revenues flow back to the quote.

§ 75. In the calculation of Municipal Board's grants and parental co-payment after daycare section 71, paragraph 2, for a place in the Club offer, etc., disregarding the costs of advice, guidance and assistance measures linked to the Club offers.

(2). In the calculation of Municipal Board's grants and parental co-payment for a place in the Club specials, etc. will be summed up the municipality's budgeted gross operating costs at Club quotation area including VAT.

(3). Calculation of the municipality's reimbursement for materials and, where appropriate, to assistance carried out on the basis of each child's or young person's consumption.

Reimbursement for club deals and other socio-educational leisure activities for older children and young people in the other municipality

§ 76. When a child or a young person by movement retains its place in a club deals, etc. in the transfer of the municipality after daycare section 69, paragraph 3, should the child's new residence the municipality provide a subsidy to the square after daycare section 74. The grant, to be provided in the immediate association with the move, so there is no cessation in the reimbursement for the child's stay in the Club offer, etc.

(2). If the municipality does not have residence Club offer seats, must the municipality in the calculation of the subsidy to be based on what is in fact found by Club similar deals in the municipality.

§ 77. Residence the municipality's total subsidy for a space in a club deals, etc. in another municipality consists of

1) a basic grant after daycare section 74,

2) a possible additional grants for daycare section 75 and

3) any clearance around grants and siblings grants after daycare section 76.

(2). The total subsidy is paid directly to the institution commune. The inter-communal settlement are excluding VAT.

(3). Residence the municipality's total financial contribution referred to in article 6. paragraph 1, for a place in the club deals, etc. in another municipality, must not exceed the budgeted gross operating costs per seat in the institution the municipality as calculated in accordance with sections 71 and 72 of the act as daycare, see. However, paragraph 3.

(4). Granted an extra allowance after daycare § 75, to cover any property expenses as well as expenditure on rent and maintenance or costs for children with special needs, can, however, be granted, even if it means that the sum of the residence the municipality's total subsidies and parental co-payment for square exceed budgeted gross operating costs per municipality institution space as calculated in accordance with sections 71 and 72 of the act as daycare.


§ 78. Parents want a space in a club deals, which is affiliated with the German minority at the Deutscher Schul-und Sprachverein für Nordschleswig, and there is not such an offer in the municipality of residence, parents can wish it in another municipality. Parents pay in this case for staying in the Club offer in institution-the municipality in accordance with the General provisions of the daycare Act §§ 71-73 grant and parents paying for a place in the club deals, etc. in residence the municipality.

(2). Residence the municipality shall bear any additional costs in relation to the institution commune.

Chapter 13

Financial clearance supplements

§ 79. The Municipal Council in the municipality of residence must provide a financial clearance supplements after daycare section 76, paragraph 1, no. 1, when the parents or the parents, they have the right to quote the square and clearance around the Club grant, see. § 1, documenting a current income that is within clearance limits, see income scale. § 81. Clearance scale limits be increased with 52,000 DKK for single parents, see. (4).

(2). Is the parent who has the right to quote the square and to grant clearance around the Club, see. § 1, married or living in a cohabitation to the spouse's or samleve's income is taken into account in the current income for the calculation of clearance supplements.

(3). Is there with the parents or the parent who has the right to quote the square and to grant clearance around the Club, see. § 1, more than one child under the age of 18 in the home, increased clearance scale income limits with 7,000 USD for each child in addition to the first child.

(4). A parent who lives in a cohabitation relationship, shall not be considered as a single parent by the provision of financial clearance supplements. As a single parent is taken into account also the parent who is single, because the spouse or samleveren is inserted, in addition to 3 months in institutions under Probation.

section 80. The current income to be taken into consideration for the Municipal Board's decision on economic clearance supplements, consists of

1) personal income under section 3 of the personal tax law with the addition of positive net income used to calculate income tax pursuant to section 7 of the Spanish law, however, before it referred to therein bottom deductions, and

2) equity income, which is taxed under section 8 (a), paragraphs 1 and 2, in Spanish law apart from dividend income up to us $ 5,000.

(2). When the actual income is substantially larger or smaller than the current income calculated in accordance with paragraph 1, it shall take a decision on the financial clearance around the municipal grants on the basis of an overall assessment of the family's economic and social conditions.

(3). Student loans, which are paid after the law on the State's education aid, is not considered part of the parent's current income.

(4). Income base for calculating economic clearance supplements to parents who are or have been employed on board a vessel that is registered in the Danish International ship register shall be determined under section 12 of Decree No. 1032 22. October 2004 on the calculation of daily subsistence allowance, for salaried employees, as amended.

§ 81. The Interior and the Ministry of Social Affairs publishes annually a clearance around the scale of the coming year, which includes the income limits for financial clearance supplements. Clearance around the scale level in the year 2010 are set out in annex 1.

(2). Clearance around the lower and upper income limit and increase clearance limits for single parents under section 79, paragraph 1, shall be adjusted annually on 1 October. January with 2.0% attributed to or deducted from an adjustment percentage for that fiscal year, see. law on a rate adjustment percentage. The adjustment is done, depending on whether the underlying wage developments for the calculation of the adjustment percentage is higher or lower than 2.0% The regulatory clearance around the lower and upper limits Crown rounded off to the nearest amount divisible by 100. The adjusted increase of clearance around the boundaries of single parents under section 79, paragraph 1 shall be rounded to the nearest amount in dollars.

(3). The difference between the lower and upper income limit, regulated in accordance with paragraph 2, shared with 95, and the result is rounded to the nearest penny amount.

(4). At the first revenue increase, calculated from the clearance around the lower income limit, corresponding to the Crown the amount in accordance with paragraph 3 shall be determined parental co-payment for 5 per cent of the eligible parents payment by the used space, as defined in § § 54-56. For each subsequent income increase, corresponding to the Crown the amount in accordance with paragraph 3 shall be increased parental co-payment with 1 per cent of the eligible parents payment by the used space, as defined in sections 83 and 84.

section 82. When calculating the financial clearance supplements for a space in a club deals, etc. leads to full exemption from co-payment, gives the local authority a financial clearance supplements, so parental co-payment for consumption and materials thus lapses.

(2). When calculating the financial clearance supplements for a space in a club deals, etc. results in partial relief from parental co-payment, the Municipal Board's reimbursement for meals and materials at least 50 per cent of the cost of meals and materials, see. daycare § 71.

Eligible parents payment by Club deals and other socio-educational leisure activities for older children and adolescents in the municipality of residence

section 83. When shooting in the Club offers and other socio-educational leisure activities after daycare section 66, paragraphs 2 to 4, represents the eligible parents payment an amount equal to the parental co-payment for Club quote square, see. Daycare Act §§ 71-73.

Eligible parents payment by Club deals and other socio-educational leisure activities for older children and young people in the other municipality

section 84. When shooting in the club deals, etc. after daycare section 66, paragraphs 2 to 4, in the second municipality, constitute the eligible parents payment for use of the residence the municipality's economic clearance supplements the lower of:

1) average budgeted co-payment per space in an age-appropriate Club deals in residence the municipality, and

2) the actual co-payment per space in the club deals in institution municipality, IE. the average budgeted gross driftsudgift per space in the club deals, etc. in the municipality institution, as calculated in the commune after daycare institution § 71, (2) and (3), section 72 and section 73, deducted from the residence the municipality grants after § 74, daycare and a possible extra allowance after daycare section 75 to reduce parental co-payment.

Nyoptagelse, revenue base, instructions, etc.

§ 85. By nyoptagelse in Club deals or other socio-educational leisure activities after daycare section 66, paragraphs 2 to 4, the Municipal Council give economic clearance supplements from the time when the child is recorded in a club offer, etc., when parents provide evidence that their current income, see. sections 79 and 80, located within the income limits that qualify for financial clearance supplements for clearance around the scale referred to in article 6. § 81.

(2). Searches on clearance supplements in situations other than by nyoptagelse in accordance with paragraph 1, the Municipal Council give economic clearance supplements from the beginning of the month following the date of application for financial clearance supplements.

§ 86. The Municipal Council must inform parents about the revenue base that is basis for the calculation of the financial clearance supplements. The Municipal Council must also inform parents about the obligation of notification under section 87, paragraph 1.

section 87. Parents have a duty to inform the municipality about lasting increases in their actual income or other circumstances during the year that are of importance to the right to economic clearance supplements.

(2). A revenue growth of less than 10 per cent shall not give rise to an adjustment of the financial clearance supplements. Parents have a revenue growth of more than 10 percent, the Municipal Council may regulate the financial clearance supplements with retroactive effect from the time when the parental relationship has changed.

section 88. The head of a club deals, etc. after daycare section 66, paragraphs 2 to 4, to guide parents and the child or the young person about the possibility of financial clearance supplements.

Chapter 14

Sibling grant

section 89. When the Municipal Council provides grants for club deals, etc., siblings see. daycare section 76 (2), the grant is calculated in relation to the/the cheapest seat (s), which can be found by comparing the residence municipality's net operating costs, see. Daycare Act §§ 71-73. This also applies if a child has a seat in another municipality.

(2). No siblings grants to the most expensive space.

(3). Sibling concept includes biological siblings, adoptivsøskende and together they brought the children to stay in the same home. Children of non-cohabiting parents with joint custody who live equally with both parents, be counted as siblings of the parent where they are registered with the population register.

section 90. The sum of Municipal Board's siblings grants and other grants for a space in a club offer, etc., may not exceed the budgeted gross operating costs per seat as calculated in accordance with sections 71 and 72 of the act as daycare.

Siblings reimbursement for club deals and other socio-educational leisure activities for older children and adolescents in the municipality of residence


section 91. When shooting in a club discount or other social educational extra-curricular activities after daycare section 66, paragraphs 2 to 4, make up the Municipal Board's sibling allowance an amount equal to at least 50 per cent of the eligible parents payment as defined in § 83, reduced by any economic clearance supplements after daycare section 76, paragraph 1, no. 1.

Siblings reimbursement for club deals and other socio-educational leisure activities for older children and young people in the other municipality

section 92. When shooting in a club deals, etc. in another municipality, including rules about siblings grants, if the residence the municipality has chosen to give siblings grants in relation to Club deals, etc. in their own municipality, see. daycare section 76, paragraph 2.

(2). Municipal Board's siblings subsidies in accordance with paragraph 1, constitutes an amount equal to at least 50 per cent of the eligible parents payment, as defined in section 84, reduced by any economic clearance supplements after daycare section 76, no. 1.

(3). Sibling grant is to be used to reduce parental co-payment as calculated in accordance with section 74 of the act as daycare, paragraph 5.

section 93. Municipal Board's total contribution to the club deals, etc. in another municipality, see. Daycare Act §§ 74-76 shall be paid directly to the institution commune.

Title V

Collection and regulation of parental payment for a place in day-, leisure-or club deals and other socio-educational leisure activities for older children and adolescents

Chapter 15

Collection and regulation of parental co-payment

§ 94. Parental co-payment for a place in the municipal or independent day, leisure, or club deals, etc. in their parents ' stay in the municipality levied by the municipality of residence, without prejudice. daycare section 102. The Municipal Council may agree with the individual municipal or independent deals that offer may receive parental co-payment on Municipal Board's behalf.

(2). Parental co-payment for a place in the municipal or independent day-, leisure-or club deals, etc. in a different municipality than the parents ' residence the municipality levied by institutional municipality. The Municipal Council of the municipality may agree with the institutions of each municipal or non-profit discount or the Municipal Council in the municipality of residence, that they may receive parental co-payment on institution-the municipality's behalf.

section 95. In the case of a change of the municipal grants and parental co-payment to the municipality of presage of the modification and the contents of the change not later than 3 months before the change takes place, but not later than 1 month after the change is effected in connection with the adoption of the coming year's budget.

section 96. Parental co-payment for a place in the day, leisure, or club deals, etc. are regulated not as a result of a possible difference between the budgeted gross operating costs and the actual gross operating costs.

Title VI

Obtainment of certificate of child recruitment and employment of persons today, recreation and Club deals for children, appeals, etc.

Chapter 16

Commissioning of child certificate

section 97. Authorities and private childcare, etc. within the remit of the Ministry of the Interior and Social Welfare must obtain children's certificate before they hire or employ persons who, in the course of carrying out their duties must have direct contact with children under the age of 15 years, see. §§ 98-101.

(2). Commissioning of a children's certificate shall be made in accordance with the rules applicable to such certificates under section 36 of the Ordinance concerning the processing of personal data in the central register of criminal sentences (criminal records), including the information concerned, has given written consent to provision.

section 98. The Municipal Council must obtain the certificate for leaders, educators, children's Club educators, educator assistants, childminders, childcare and day care educators, support educators as well as temporary workers and students on placement, which should work with children under 15 years in municipal day, leisure or club deals.

(2). In non-profit and private day-, leisure-and Club deals, as well as in private care services fall within the scope of § 78 shall daycare children's certificate in respect of the personnel referred to in paragraph 1, shall be obtained by the bid or childcare arrangements.

(3). The Municipal Council must at the time of approval of private care after daycare § 80 obtain children's certificate of pass, which should work with children under the age of 15 years.

section 99. Children's certificate must be obtained before the person either recruited or employed, see. section 98, in the case of a fixed mapping. In cases where a person shall operate as private suits after daycare § 80 shall be obtained before the certificate of children's Municipal Council shall pay the financial contribution to be used for private care.

(2). By fast Association in accordance with paragraph 1, shall be taken to mean that the recruitment or employment from the beginning is the intent that the person related must have more than one-off or short-term nature.

(3). Children's certificate shall in any case be obtained under section 98 no later than 3 weeks after the date on which a person has been assigned a day, leisure, or club deals, etc. in more than 3 months and during this period in at least three cases or for a continuous period of more than one week's duration has been operating in one of the features referred to in § 98 provided that the person continues to function in one of the mentioned features.

§ 100. That must not again be obtained child certificate for a person under section 98, if he/she passes to other employment or employment within the same authority or offers.

§ 101. Intentional violation of § § 97-100 is punishable by a fine. However, this does not apply for public administration authorities of violations. That can be imposed on companies, etc. (legal persons) criminal liability according to the rules laid down in the Penal Code Chapter 5.

(2). Infringements referred to in paragraph 1, only 66.9% of the public.

Chapter 17

Transitional and commencement provisions, etc.

§ 102. The notice shall enter into force on the 1. January 2010. At the same time repealed Executive Order No. 1233 of 11. December 2008 on the care guarantee, the municipal grants for use in day-, leisure-and Club deals, parental co-payment and obtaining children's certificates, etc.

§ 103. For parents who are covered by between municipal agreements on the use of day care and recreation centers in another municipality, concluded before 1 January 2002. January 2004, applies the previous section 15 of the law on social service, see. section 2 of the Act No. 342 of 14. May 2003. Parents pay in these cases after rates in residence the municipality, the municipality shall bear the mer-/mindreudgifter and residence in relation to the institution commune until the concrete agreements expired.

section 104. For parents who are covered by between municipal agreements on the use of Club deals in other municipality, concluded before 1 January 2002. October 2005, applies to the previous section 22 of the law on social services, see. section 2 of the Act No. 399 by 1. June 2005. Parents pay in these cases after rates in residence the municipality, the municipality shall bear the mer-/mindreudgifter and residence in relation to the institution commune, as long as the promise of reimbursement for a place in the Club offer performs municipality expires.

§ 105. Pool arrangements after daycare section 101 and § 102 is subject to the rules of this order, without prejudice. However, paragraph 2.

(2). For a space in a pool system within the scope of § 102 daycare fixed gross driftsudgifterne to use for calculation of Municipal Board's grants and parental co-payment for each pooled scheme on the basis of the scheme's budget.

§ 106. For municipalities, which provide full or partial clearance from the use of space in an Afterschool pursuant to section 50, paragraph 2, of the Act on the Folkeskole, fripladsen shall be calculated in accordance with the rules of Chapter 13 and clearance scale in annex 1 shall be used.
The Interior and the Ministry of Social Affairs, the 20. November 2009 Karen Ellemann-Jensen/Anders Lynge Madsen Annex 1

Clearance scale in 2010-level









 



Co-payment in percent of full eligible parents payment Income



 





Under 148,701 kr.





0 per cent.







148.701-151.994 us $.





5 per cent.







151,995-461,599 us $.





User fees shall be increased by 1 percent for each $ 3,294. ´ s revenue growth







461,600 and above





100 per cent.