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e-CFR Data is current as of October 22, 2014

Title 45Subtitle BChapter XXVPart 2552 → Subpart E


Title 45: Public Welfare
PART 2552—FOSTER GRANDPARENT PROGRAM


Subpart E—Foster Grandparent Terms of Service


Contents
§2552.51   What are the terms of service of a Foster Grandparent?
§2552.52   What factors are considered in determining a Foster Grandparent's service schedule?
§2552.53   Under what circumstances may a Foster Grandparent's service be terminated?

§2552.51   What are the terms of service of a Foster Grandparent?

A Foster Grandparent shall serve a minimum of 15 hours per week and a maximum of 40 hours per week. A Foster Grandparent shall not serve more than 2088 hours per year. Within these limitations, a sponsor may set service policies consistent with local needs.

[67 FR 61000, Sept. 27, 2002]

§2552.52   What factors are considered in determining a Foster Grandparent's service schedule?

(a) Travel time between the Foster Grandparent's home and place of assignment is not part of the service schedule and is not stipended.

(b) Travel time between individual assignments is a part of the service schedule and is stipended.

(c) Meal time may be part of the service schedule and is stipended only if it is specified in the goal statement as part of the service activity.

§2552.53   Under what circumstances may a Foster Grandparent's service be terminated?

(a) A sponsor may remove a Foster Grandparent from service for cause. Grounds for removal include but are not limited to: extensive and unauthorized absences; misconduct; inability to perform assignments; and failure to accept supervision. A Foster Grandparent may also be removed from service for having income in excess of the eligibility level.

(b) The sponsor shall establish appropriate policies on service termination as well as procedures for appeal from such adverse action.



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