A Type I personal care home shall comply with the standards listed below.
“Section 3.2.73 - Foster Care Home.
Foster Care Home shall comply with the standards listed below:
“Group Foster Home means a building or portion thereof that provides sleeping/lodging accommodations, whether operated for profit or not, for a total of more than six but 15 or fewer minor/juvenile persons not related by blood or adoption to the owner or operator on a transient or permanent basis, with or without meals but without separate cooking facilities for individual occupants. Each location must be licensed by the state agency having jurisdiction.”
The current definitions for the following terms found in Chapter 13 are hereby stricken and replaced with new definitions to read as follows:
Personal Care Home, Type I means a Personal Care Home that provides personal care services, for not more than six adult clients that may or may not be disabled, excluding staff, within a long term residential, family-like setting.
Personal Care Home, Type II means a Personal Care Home that provides personal care services for seven to 15 adult clients that may or may not be disabled, excluding staff, within a long term residential, family-like setting.
Personal care services include but are not limited to individual assistance with or supervision of self-administered medication, and essential activities of daily living such as eating, bathing, grooming, dressing and toileting.”