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The tier of a day care home can be determined using school building data, census data, or:
Providers may claim their own children only if they’ve completed the family size and income application, met the income eligibility requirements, and if another enrolled child is present and in care.
Providers in Tier 2 homes and Tier 2 mixed homes should have their eligibility checked:
Family Style Meal Service means that meals are served to day care children while the provider’s family is present.
At a Family Style Meal Service, the provider must prepare sufficient food for the children to have the minimum portion of all components and:
Providers must notify their sponsor when:
If a parent wishes to provide their infants with meals, the provider must:
A Plan of Care is required to change the Infant Meal Pattern when an infant is not developmentally able to eat the meal pattern assigned for its age.
Regardless of size, day care homes must be licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Education and be located in a residence.
The required documentation for claims for reimbursement includes: