View the "Starting an Adult Family Home" webcast. Viewing this webcast is a requirement if you are a new adult family home provider. Print the Starting an Adult Family Home Speaker Slides (PDF) prior to viewing the webcast. Print and sign the Verification of Completion – AFH Webcast that is available on the last slide of the webcast.
You need to take the Adult Family Home Prospective Provider Orientation class within a year of applying for a license. I am opening a second adult family home; what do I need to do? Contact the Business Analysis & Applications Unit at (360) 725-2420. Once I've attended an orientation class, what is the next step toward becoming licensed?
An adult family home offers an alternative for seniors who no longer want to live alone, but do not want to live in a nursing home. Residential home care offers seniors a degree of freedom, along with the security of 24-hour supervision in a small, safe environment. Adult homes typically offer assistance with.
ADULT FAMILY HOMES: A place where 3 or 4 adults who are not related to the operator reside and receive care, treatment or services that are above the level of room and board and that may include up to 7 hours per week of nursing care per resident. If you are interested in opening a 1-2 Bed Adult Family Home, then please see the Division of.