Article 3. Home Care Aide Applicants of California Health And Safety Code >> Division 2. >> Chapter 13. >> Article 3.
(a) The department shall consider, but is not limited to,
the following when determining whether to approve a registration
(1) Evidence satisfactory to the department of the ability of the
home care aide applicant to comply with this chapter and the rules
and regulations promulgated under this chapter by the department.
(2) Evidence satisfactory to the department that the home care
aide applicant is of reputable and responsible character. The
evidence shall include, but is not limited to, a review of the
independent home care aide applicant's criminal offender record
information pursuant to Section 1522.
(3) Any revocation or other disciplinary action taken, or in the
process of being taken, related to the care of individuals against
the home care aide applicant.
(4) Any other information that may be required by the department
for the proper administration and enforcement of this chapter.
(b) Failure of the home care aide applicant to cooperate with the
department in the completion of the Home Care Aide application shall
result in the withdrawal of the registration application. "Failure to
cooperate" means that the information described in this chapter and
by any rules and regulations promulgated under this chapter has not
been provided, or has not been provided in the form requested by the
department, or both.