The calculation for each of the time-based categories is **based on the total certified hours for the week. **Please see Rate Reform Guidance and FAQs for additional resources.

- Part-Time ( PT ): If the total hours for the week is < 30 hours
- Full-Time ( FT ): If the total hours for the week is >= 30 hours
- Full-Time Plus ( FTP ): If the total hours for the week is >= 30 hours AND the total hours for the day is >= 10.5 hours

## Notes:

The following are notes to keep in mind when reading through the scenarios.

- Program1 and Program2 are identical if Program1 and Program2 are configured to be in the same report i.e. 8501, 8501MHCS, 8501MHCSNon, 8501Non, 9500, 9500MHCS, 9500MHCSNon, 9500Non.
- Gap: A holiday, vacation, break, or non-enrolled day or days in the week
- School schedule will take priority over a normal schedule
- When the school week has a gap, CareConnect will calculate depending if it is a set or variable schedule:

- Set: Calculate hours enrolled per day, then add to determine the max hours.
- Variable: Choose the week with the largest hours, for example, normal or school week.

- When the school week has a gap, CareConnect will calculate depending if it is a set or variable schedule:
- MD: Max Days
- MH: Max Hours

## Scenarios for **Set**:

- If it is a
**Set**Schedule for M-F 7:00 am - 12:30 pm, then CareConnect will generate**PT**for M-F.

27.5 < 30, therefore it is a PT week - If it is a
**Set**Schedule for M-Tu 7:00 am - 6:00 pm & W 7:00 am - 11:00 am, then CareConnect will generate**PT**for M-F.

26 < 30, therefore it is a PT week - If it is a
**Set**Schedule for M-F 7:00 am - 1:30 pm, then CareConnect will generate**FT**for M-F.

32.5 > 30, therefore it is a FT week - If it is a
**Set**Schedule for M-Th 7:00 am - 1:30 pm & F 7:00 am - 6:00 pm, then CareConnect will generate**FT**for M-Th &**FTP**for F.

36 > 30, therefore it is a FT week with the Friday FTP since 11 > 10.5

## Scenarios for **Variable**:

- If it is a
**Variable**Schedule with MD: 5 and MH: 25 for M-F 7:00 am - 6:00 pm, then CareConnect will generate**PT**for M-F.

25 < 30, therefore it is a PT week - If it is a
**Variable**Schedule with MD: 5 and MH: 50 for M-F 7:00 am - 5:00 pm, then CareConnect will generate FT for M-F.

50 < 30, therefore it is a FT week - If it is a
**Variable**Schedule with MD: 5 and MH: 50 for M-Th 7:00 am - 6:00 pm, then CareConnect will generate**FTP**for M-Th and**FT**for F.

50 < 30, therefore it is a FT week and FTP for M, Tu, W, and Th since 11 > 10.5

## Scenarios for **Set** Schedules with a **Gap**:

- If it is a
**Set**Schedule for Normal: M-F 7:00 am - 5:00 pm & School: M-F 7:00 am - 9:00 am and 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm, then CareConnect will generate the following:**Week 1:**No gap, school week only, schedule starts midweek, so calculate from max hours. 25 < 30, therefore week is PT.**Week 2**: Calculate hours enrolled per day, then add to determine the max hours. See note 3.1.1. 31 >30, therefore week is FT with M FTP since 11 > 10.5.**Week 3:**School week, 20 < 30, therefore week is PT except for M since the center is closed.**Week 4:**Calculate hours enrolled per day, then add to determine the max hours. See note 3.1.1. 20 >30, therefore week is PT.**Week 5:**Calculate hours enrolled per day, then add to determine the max hours. See note 3.1.1. 20 >30, therefore week is PT.

## Scenarios for **Variable **Schedules with a **Gap**:

- If it is a
**Variable**Schedule with MD: 5 and MH: 55 for Normal: M-F 7:00 am - 5:00 pm & School with MD: 5 and MH: 25: M-F 7:00 am - 9:00 am and 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm, then CareConnect will generate the following:**Week 1:**No gap, school week only, schedule starts midweek, so calculate from max hours. 25 < 30, therefore week is PT.**Week 2**: Due to school gap, choose the schedule with the most hours. See note 3.1.2. 55 >30, therefore week is FT with M FTP since 11 > 10.5.**Week 3:**School week, 25 < 30, therefore week is PT except for M since center is closed.**Week 4:**Due to school gap, choose the schedule with the most hours. See note 3.1.2. 55 >30, therefore week is FT.**Week 5:**School week, 25 < 30, therefore week is PT.

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