The adult family home must provide the following information to prospective residents and current residents:
(1) Information about the provider, entity representative and resident manager, if there is a resident manager:
(a) Availability in the home, including a general statement about how often he or she is in the home;
(b) Education and training relevant to resident caregiving;
(c) Caregiving experience;
(d) His or her primary responsibilities, including whether he or she makes daily general care management decisions; and
(e) How to contact the provider, entity representative or resident manager when he or she is not in the home.
(2) Information about a licensed practical nurse or registered nurse, if there is one, who is in any way involved in the care of residents:
(a) Who the licensed practical nurse or registered nurse is employed by;
(b) The specific routine hours that the licensed practical nurse or registered nurse is on-site, if they are on-site routinely;
(c) His or her primary responsibilities, including whether he or she makes daily general care management decisions;
(d) The nonroutine times when the licensed practical nurse or registered nurse will be available, such as on-call; and
(e) A description of what the provider or entity representative will do to make available the services of a licensed nurse in an emergency or change in a resident's condition.
(3) A statement indicating whether the provider, caregiver or staff is qualified or willing to become qualified to perform nurse delegation as allowed under state law.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 70.128.040
. WSR 10-04-008, § 388-76-10550, filed 1/22/10, effective 2/22/10. Statutory Authority: RCW 70.128.040
and chapters 70.128
RCW. WSR 07-21-080, § 388-76-10550, filed 10/16/07, effective 1/1/08.]