The state has issued an order of summary suspension and notice to revoke the child care certificate of registration for a Lansing child care home provider, according to a statement.
The Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs, Bureau of Community and Health Systems issued the order of summary suspension and notice of intent to revoke the child care certificate of registration of Alisa Marie Hobbs-Bartholomew.
The release from the department states that on Oct. 13, a complaint investigation found violations of the Child Care Organizations Act and administrative rules regarding family and group child care homes. It continues to state that LARA took emergency action to protect the health, welfare and safety of children.
The summary suspension order prohibits the child care provider from operating a family child care home.
Hobbs-Bartholomew has the right to appeal the suspension, the release states, and the case will be forwarded to the Michigan Administrative Hearing System for a hearing date.
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