Parent cooperatives shall comply with all rules in Chapter 5101:2-12 of the Administrative Code except:(1) In reference to rule 5101:2-12-07 of the Administrative Code, the duties of the administrator of a parent cooperative may be carried out under the supervision and in conjunction with a parent board.(2) In reference to rule 5101:2-12-07 of the Administrative Code, the parent board of a parent cooperative, in cooperation with the administrator, may be responsible for conducting preadmission interviews.(3) In reference to rule 5101:2-12-04 of the Administrative Code, the parent cooperative center which does not prepare and serve food shall not be required to obtain a health department approval.

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(5) For the purposes and requirements of this chapter, "child care" is limited to a program licensed or required to be licensed by the department pursuant to this chapter or a program with a contract to provide publicly funded child care pursuant to section 5104.32 of the Revised Code; (H) "Child care staff member" means any adult employed by a child care center who is responsible for the care and supervision of children. of the Revised Code, means a center that provides child care for children on a temporary, irregular basis.

"Temporary and irregular" means no more than thirty days a year for any child enrolled.

(K) "Field trips" means infrequent or irregularly scheduled excursions from the center.

(L) "Food supplement" means a vitamin, mineral, or combination of one or more vitamins, minerals and/or energy-producing nutrients (carbohydrate, protein or fat) used in addition to meals or snacks.

(G) "Child care" per section 5104.01 of the Revised Code means all of the following:(1) Administering to the needs of infants, toddlers, preschool-age children and school-age children outside of school hours.

(2) By persons other than their parents, guardians, or custodians. (4) In a place other than a child's own home, except that an in-home aide provides child care in the child's own home.

Children away from the center on a field trip or a special outing, and under the supervision of a child care staff member, shall be included in the count for license capacity.

(O) "Medication" means any substance or preparation which is used to prevent or treat a wound, injury, infection, infirmity, or disease.

of the Revised Code, means a center that provides child care for no more than four hours per day for any child or no more than fifteen weeks per summer.