Separate sleeping quarters not required for certain persons providing child care or babysitting services
- • exemption from age group segregation requirements
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, children of any person providing babysitting or child care services within the person’s own home shall not be required to sleep in any area other than their normal sleeping quarters. Such children related by blood within the first degree of consanguinity shall not be segregated by age grouping while in the care of a person providing babysitting or child care services if the parents request exemption from the operation of any statute or rule requiring such segregation or separation by age. [Formerly 418.890; 1995 c.278 §22]
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