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You must notify the Home-Based Childcare Network Office 30-days prior to your move. You will need to provide the new address as well as the tentative moving date. If the date changes, you should keep your specialist up to date so that your current license is not terminated too soon. As you move into your new location you need to make sure that all family child care home requirements are met so that when a visit is made to assess it, there will be no delays in processing your license. If you have questions about certain aspects of the new location, ask your specialist prior to your move.
All family members including provider and assistants require the annual TB screening. We can request an additional test if there are specific concerns about a provider’s health. If you use volunteers or have visitors to your home for extended periods they too must obtain a TB screening before coming in contact with children.
If you want to close your family child care home you must provide parents 30-days written notice of your intent to close. Additionally, you must provide your licensing specialist a written letter with your final program date. Within 48-hours of closing your program, you must surrender your original license along with any materials and equipment borrowed from the Home-Based Childcare Network Office.