A. The provider may not permit a child to remain in care for more than 14 hours in any 24-hour period on a regular basis without prior approval from the office.
B. A provider may not offer overnight care without prior written approval from the office.
C. A provider who wishes to provide overnight care shall:
(1) Submit to the office a written plan of operation that includes:
(a) The number and ages of children to be served;
(b) A meal and snack schedule;
(c) The name of the overnight care substitute, if different from the daytime care substitute;
(d) A child supervision plan;
(e) A bedtime routine; and
(f) An evacuation plan for each room where a child in care will sleep; and
(2) Obtain the written approval of each child's parent for the child's sleeping arrangements.