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Assembly Bill 633 dubbed, “Aryanna’s Law”, was signed into law by Governor Schwarzenegger in 2006 and officially became¬†California law in January of 2007.

This legislation intends to improve the transparency of licensing records and ensure that parents/guardians using a licensed childcare facility are aware of situations that present the greatest danger to children.

These situations include:

  • Serious health and safety violations resulting in type “A” citations;
  • Non-compliance conferences; and/or
  • Efforts by the Department to revoke a facility’s license.

Documents to be Made Accessible to the Public 

Each licensed childcare facility must make accessible to the public the following:

  • A copy of any licensing report pertaining to the facility that documents a facility visit, or a substantiated complaint investigation.
  • A conference with a local licensing agency management representative and licensee in which issues of noncompliance are discussed.
  • Any accusation indicating the department’s intent to revoke the facility’s license.

Resources:

AB633 Fact Sheet

AB633 Fact Sheet (Spanish)

Parent Notification Requirements

Parent Notification Requirements (Spanish)

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