Answer: Yes, if the following guidelines are met:
- Care and meals are provided in your home.
- Providers with a License or Residential Certificate must have the substitute “cleared” through the Utah Department of Health Child Care Licensing.
Relative Care and Alternate Care Providers substitutes must have BCI clearance and listed with AFC.
- Substitutes must be trained on Food Program rules and regulations.
- A provider can leave a substitute with day care children no more than 20% of the time.