(1) Adult day centers must have written policies, procedures, and documentation of the organizational structure and administration of the program.
(2) Administrative policies and procedures must include:
(a) Mission statement;
(b) Articles of incorporation and bylaws, as applicable;
(c) Current business license;
(d) Names and addresses of the center's owners, officers, and directors, as applicable;
(e) Certificates of insurance, including but not limited to property and general liability insurance; business auto if the center uses vehicles to transport clients; professional liability; workers' compensation; employers' liability if applicable; coverage for acts and omissions of employees and volunteers; and certificates of insurance for any subcontractors;
(f) Minutes of last three meetings of the board of directors, if applicable, and the advisory committee;
(g) Role and functions of an advisory committee, which must meet at least twice a year and which must be representative of the community and include family members of current or past clients and nonvoting staff representatives (When an adult day center is a subdivision of a multifunction organization, a committee or subcommittee of the governing body of the multifunction organization may serve as the advisory committee. A single purpose agency may utilize its governing board as an advisory committee.);
(h) An organizational chart illustrating the lines of authority and communication channels of the center, which must be available to all staff and clients;
(i) A calendar of programming (or sample calendar if the center is new);
(j) A monthly menu (or sample menu if the center is new);
(k) Current building, health, food service and fire safety inspection reports, and food handler permits, as applicable; and
(l) Quality improvement plans and results.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 74.04.050, 74.04.057, 74.04.200, 74.08.090, 74.09.520, and 74.39A.030. 03-06-024, § 388-71-0736, filed 2/24/03, effective 7/1/03.]