CCRC

CCRC Parent HBk 2015 web

Issue link: https://ccrc.uberflip.com/i/458983

Contents of this Issue

Navigation

Page 40 of 67

™ 41 ™ • License Exempt Providers (Family, Friend, or Neighbor Care) Time-frame Details Hourly Parent has a child care need of less than 30 hours per week and less than six (6) hours per day. Daily Parent has a child care need of less than 30 hours per week and six (6) hours or more per day. Part-time Weekly Parent has a child care need of three (3) or more days per week and at least 10 hours but less than 30 hours per week. Full-time Weekly Parent has a child care need of three (3) days or more per week and 30 hours or more per week. Full-time Monthly Parent has a child care need of 30 hours or more per week and that need occurs in every week of the month. Payment Policies Each case is reviewed individually to meet the family's need for child care. CCRC will take into consideration the parent's need (work, school, training, etc.), age of the child, hours of child care, your rates, and the RMR when determining the authorized schedule and rates. Child care hours and rates are subject to change based on the needs of the parent. CCRC will notify you, in writing, of any changes to the authorized schedule and authorized payment rates. A. Variable Schedule Information (Usage Only – No Set Hours) CCRC pays for child care hours up to the maximum authorized for children whose parents are on a variable (no set hours) schedule. Please read below as there are differences in how variable schedules are handled in the CalWORKs Stage 1 program compared to CDE Programs. • CalWORKs Stage 1 Providers i. If the ST1-06 states that a parent is on a variable schedule, CCRC will pay you only for the hours of care you provide up to the maximum hours authorized if care is used for work or other approved activity. is may include transportation time to/from the activity. ii. Parents who have a variable schedule need to complete a Monthly Variable Schedule Calendar (MVSC) which is required to be attached to the Provider Payment Request (PPR) before it is submitted. A PPR without a MVSC is considered incomplete and will be returned to the provider.

Articles in this issue

view archives of CCRC - CCRC Parent HBk 2015 web