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  192.2205.  License required to operate day care program — forms — documents — review — license validity period — temporary operating permit, when. — 1.  It shall be unlawful for any person to establish, maintain, or operate an adult day care program, or to advertise or hold himself or herself out as being able to perform any adult day care service, unless he or she has obtained the proper license.

  2.  All applications for licenses shall be made on forms provided by the department and in the manner prescribed by the department.  All forms provided shall include a fee schedule.

  3.  The applicant shall submit all documents required by the department under this section attesting by signature that the statements contained in the application are true and correct to the best of the applicant's knowledge and belief, and that all required documents are either included with the application or are currently on file with the department.

  4.  Within ten working days of the effective date of any document that replaces, succeeds, or amends any of the documents required by the department to be filed pursuant to this section, an operator shall file with the department a copy of such document.  The operator shall attest by signature that the document is true and correct.

  5.  If an operator fails to file documents or amendments to documents as required pursuant to this section and such failure is part of a pattern or practice of concealment, such failure shall be sufficient grounds for revocation of a license or disapproval of an application for a license.

  6.  Upon receipt of an application for a license to operate an adult day care program, the department shall review the application, investigate the applicant and the statements sworn to in the application for license and conduct any necessary inspections.  A license shall be issued if the following requirements are met:

  (1)  The statements in the application are true and correct;

  (2)  The adult day care program and the operator are in substantial compliance with the provisions of sections 192.2200 to 192.2260 and the standards established thereunder;

  (3)  Neither the operator nor any principals in the operation of the adult day care program have ever been convicted of a felony offense concerning the operation of an adult day care program, long-term health care facility or other health care facility;

  (4)  Neither the operator or any principals in the operation of the adult day care program are listed on the employee disqualification list maintained by the department; and

  (5)  All fees due to the state have been paid.

  7.  Such license shall be valid for the period designated by the department, which period shall not exceed two years from the date of issuance, for the premises and persons named in the application.

  8.  Upon denial of any application for a license, the department shall notify the applicant in writing, set forth therein the reasons and grounds for denial.

  9.  Each license issued under sections 192.2200 to 192.2260 shall include the name of the operator; the name of the adult day care program; the location of the adult day care program; the hours of operations; the number of participants who may be served; and the period for which such license is valid.

  10.  The department may grant an operator a temporary operating permit in order to allow for state review of the application and inspection for the purposes of relicensure if the application review and inspection process has not been completed prior to the expiration of a license and the applicant is not at fault for the failure to complete the application review and inspection process.


(L. 1984 H.B. 1131 § 5, A.L. 2014 H.B. 1299 Revision § 192.1042 merged with S.B. 567 § 660.403)

Transferred 2014; formerly 660.403

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