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Licensing Standards for DayCare Centers

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APPEAL

  1. Any person or Center who has been denied a license or whose license has been revoked or suspended, shall be notified in writing of the reason(s) for such a decision and setting forth the person or Center's right to an appeal of the decision.

  1. Any person or Center who has been denied a license or whose license has been revoked or suspended by the Department, shall be entitled to a hearing and a review by a hearing officer, designated by the Secretary of the Department or his designee, who has no previous involvement in the matter.

  1. The Department will give ten (l0) days' notice specifying reasons for proposed revocation or denial before a revocation or denial occurs. If a request for a hearing, either written or verbal, is received within the ten (l0) day period, a hearing shall be held within thirty (30) days. Revocation or denial shall not occur until a written decision is rendered.

  1. If the health or safety of children in care is in serious or imminent danger, the Department may immediately suspend the license upon the issuance of written notice. If there is an immediate suspension, a hearing shall be held within ten (l0) days of the written notice to the Center.


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