CHILD CARE ORGANIZATIONS (EXCERPT)
Act 116 of 1973
722.115s Individual previously reviewed and approved before effective date of amendatory act; request for redetermination.
(1) If an individual was previously reviewed and approved by the department as a licensee of a child care center or group child care home, as a registrant of a family child care home, as a licensee designee or program director for a child care center, or as an adult member of the household before the effective date of the amendatory act that added this section, the department may find the individual to be eligible to receive a license under this section, eligible to be a member of the household, or eligible to be a child care staff member if all of the following apply:
(a) The offense was previously known and approved by the department before the effective date of the amendatory act that added this section.
(b) The offense is not listed in section 5r(3).
(c) The individual has remained continuously licensed under this act or continuously employed with an active child care center license, group child care home license, or family child care home registration since the date of approval.
(2) An individual determined to be ineligible under section 5r, excluding section 5r(3), who was a licensee, child care staff member, or adult member of the household at the time the records and database checks required under section 5n were completed, may request a redetermination of his or her eligibility. A redetermination must be requested in writing by the individual determined to be ineligible within 30 days after receipt of that determination. The request for a redetermination must include all evidence of rehabilitation that the individual wishes the department to consider. The department has 60 days, after all requested information has been received by the department, to respond in writing with the recommendation for the redetermination. The decision of the director is final.
History: Add. 2017, Act 256, Eff. Mar. 28, 2018
Compiler's Notes: For transfer of powers and duties relative to the licensing and regulation of child caring institutions, child placing agencies, foster family homes, foster family group homes, and court-operated facilities from department of licensing and regulatory affairs to the department of health and human services, see E.R.O. No. 2018-6, compiled at MCL 722.110.
Popular Name: Act 116
Popular Name: Child Care Licensing Act
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