Adult Foster Homes: Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities
Adult Care Home Information Pages
No. A new license is required independent from that of the currently licensed operator. When an operator gives up their home, it becomes an unlicensed home. All residents are given 30 days notice t...
An Aging and People with Disabilities license allows the operator to serve people ages 18 to 100 and beyond. Most operators with this license for choose to serve adults over the age of 65.
Contact us for more information on Adult Foster Home care for adults with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities,
It is the operator’s responsibility to market their own home and/or to let referral sources know that they have a vacancy.
A lot depends on the population you serve: Developmental Disabilities; Aging and People with Disabilities; or Mental Health and Addictions whether you are able to attract private pay residents, or ...
Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities: 5 General Categories. Genetics, Prenatal Injuries, At Birth, Postnatal and Unknown Causes.
Room and Board License Application Process
Multnomah County Administrative Rules clearly define what is expected of an Adult Care Home operator. If there are violations of the rules, the operator may be sanctioned.
Useful Definitions for Adult Care Home Operators
You must: Pass a background check processed by the Adult Care Home Program as an operator applicant, be at least 21 years old, demonstrate 7th grade level English, etc.
Adult Care Homes provide: meals, medication management, assistance with daily activities like bathing, dressing, walking, eating, and getting to the toilet.
To operate an Adult Care Home, you'll need at least one year (1664 hours) of verifiable caregiving experience. A current Certified Nursing Assistant certificate counts as six months of experience....
Who licenses Adult Care Homes in Multnomah County?
You may qualify to assist people from more than one of the three following populations: Developmental & Intellectual Disabilities, Older Adults & People with Disabilities or Mental Health & Addictions
When an older adult or an adult with a developmental or physical, or mental disability can no longer care for themselves, or do not have family who can care for them, an Adult Care Home is an option.
The Adult Care Home Program's 17th Annual Conference will be held on Thursday, July 13, 2017. Find details here!
Adult Care Home Program staff adhere to a Code of Conduct. The purpose of the Code of Conduct is to foster a respectful and inclusive work relationship the program and Adult Care Home Providers.
Registration for qualifying tests, training manuals, new caregiver checklists and more.
See details and provide your input on a draft Adult Care Home Provider Bill of Rights.
General requests, and request forms for out of class resident, more than one bed-bound resident, video cameras and more.
Additional information about the eXPRS billing system for adult care home providers serving residents receiving DDSD services.
Online trainings for adult care home providers including mandatory abuse trainings, eXPRS training, and more.
Frequently Asked Questions about Operating an Adult Care Home for People with Intellectual or Developmental Disabilities