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Adult Foster Care offers a supervised, 24-hour living arrangement in an adult foster home for up to three people who are unable to continue living independently in their own homes. The reasons for needing adult foster care may vary. Persons in need of adult foster care may have a developmental, physical, or emotional disability. Care may include assistance with personal care hygiene, medication management, transportation, recreational activities, and nutritional meals.
Referrals for placement are made by Human Services staff who match the individual with the most appropriate foster home. As a foster care provider, you decide if you would like to consider a particular individual as a resident for your home.
A Family Services worker is available to guide you through the certification process and provide ongoing support.