Adult Foster Care Licensing
Adult foster care means the provision of food, lodging, protection, supervision, and household services to a functionally impaired (vulnerable) adult in a residence, and may also include the provision of personal care, household and living skills assistance or training, medication assistance and assistance safeguarding cash resources.
Adult Foster Care License Holders
The Adult foster care license holder may have a maximum license capacity of five if all persons in care are age 55 or over and do not have a serious and persistent mental illness or a developmental disability. There are two types:
- Family Adult Foster Care Home: An adult foster care home that is the primary residence of the license holder, and in which the license holder is the primary care giver.
- Corporate: The home is operated by a corporation with shift staff delivering services to client.
If you are interested in learning more about becoming a licensed adult foster care provider, please contact our offices at 763-689-1711.
- Do I have to live in Isanti County?
- Do I have to live in a house?
- Do I have to be married?
- Can I be a single parent?
- How old do I need to be?
- Can I work outside of my home?
- Who pays for the foster care?
- Who pays for the client's medical expenses?
- Can clients share a bedroom?
- How long do clients stay in foster homes?