What are the types of receiving homes and what children are served in them?

There are two types of receiving homes: Regular and specialized. Each type of home provides the following services:
(1) Regular receiving homes for children age birth through age seventeen; and
(2) Specialized receiving homes for children who require more intensive supervision than normally provided to children in foster care. The child may require more intensive supervision due to behavioral problems, developmental disability, emotional disturbance, erratic and unpredictable behavior or medical condition (not on personal care or medically intensive DDD program).
[Statutory Authority: RCW 74.13.031. WSR 01-08-047, ยง 388-25-0135, filed 3/30/01, effective 4/30/01.]
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