Florida Childcare
State Requirements

 Staffing Requirement Rules (Class Violation Level)
 1. Operator/Occupant/Advertising
 2 The operator worked outside of the home during the operating hours of the large family child care home.
 1 The operator, in whose name the license was issued, was no longer a resident at the address on the license.
 2 The home did not have at least one person on the premises during all hours of operation who had a valid and current certification in infant and child CPR procedures and/or first aid training.
 2 The CPR training did not include an on-site instructor-based skills assessment and is invalid for the individual.
 3 The large family home failed to include their license number when advertising.
 3 The provider failed to maintain written documentation for the number of hours a substitute worked in the home.

 2. Written Plan for Substitute rule
 3 The operator had no written plan to provide at least one substitute, minimally 18 years old, to be available on a temporary/emergency basis.
 3 The operator's written plan for a substitute included an individual who was not at least 18 years old.
 3 The operator's substitute plan did not include required information about the designated substitute.
 2 The substitute left in charge of the children in care was younger than 18 years of age.
 3 The substitute worked more than 40 hours per month on average over a six month period in a single family day care home.
 3 The operator failed to report changes to the written substitute plan within five working days. 
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