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Children's Day Health Services
     Pam Kerns, Program Manager
Definitions
 
A Children's Day Health Service means a person or any legal entity which provides specialized care and treatment, including an array of social, medical, rehabilitation, or other support services for a period of less than 24 consecutive hours in a community-based group program to 20 or more persons under 21 years of age who require such services due to medical dependence, birth trauma, congenital anomalies, developmental disorders, or functional impairment.

Licensure means: The Department has issued a license to operate a service in the State of Nebraska to an individual, government, corporation, partnership, limited liability company, or other form of business operation that is legally responsible for the service's operation. This service has demonstrated that it meets the care, treatment, and operational standards contained in 175 NAC 6.
 
 
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