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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 8. Education
Title 8. Education
Agency 20. State Board Of Education
12/7/2021

Chapter 800. Standards for Licensed Family Day HomesRead Chapter

Section 20
(Reserved)
Section 120
Caregiver records
  • Part III. PersonnelRead all
  • Section 130
    General qualifications for caregivers
    Section 140
    Qualifications and requirements for providers and substitute providers
Section 150
Qualifications and requirements for assistants
  • Part V. Physical health of caregivers and household membersRead all
  • Section 170
    Initial tuberculosis screening for caregivers and household members
    Section 180
    Subsequent tuberculosis screening for caregivers and household members
Section 190
Physical and mental health examinations for caregivers and household members
Section 230
Documentation of education and training
Section 550
Play pens
Section 660
Swimming and wading activities
Section 690
Diapering and toileting
Section 750
Topical skin products
Section 860
Reports of suspected child abuse or neglect and disease outbreaks
Section 970
Special feeding needs
Section 1010
Requirements for transportation

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