(1) Specialized child care for medically fragile children is the provision of day care, respite care, and other direct and supportive care to a consumer under 18 years of age who is medically fragile and who, due to medical and other needs, cannot be served through traditional child care settings.
(2) A person providing specialized child care for medically fragile children services must be:
(a) physically and mentally able to perform the duties;
(b) aware of emergency assistance systems; and
(c) literate and able to follow written orders.
(3) A person providing specialized child care for medically fragile children services may be required, if appropriate to the circumstances of the consumer, to have:
(a) knowledge of the physical and mental conditions of the consumer;
(b) knowledge of the consumer's commonly needed medications and the conditions for which they are administered; and
(c) the capability to administer basic first aid.