What size is required for a bedroom for family adult foster care?
Bedrooms to be used for foster care must be at least 80 square feet (not counting the closet) and have a ceiling height of 7 1/2 feet for an occupancy of one. The bedroom must be 120 square feet for an occupancy of two. No more than two people can be put in any bedroom, no matter the size. Residents must mutually consent, in writing, to share a bedroom with another resident. The bedroom must be separated from halls, corridors, and other habitable rooms by floor to ceiling walls containing no openings except doorways and must not serve as a corridor to another room used for daily living.

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1. What are the initial licensing requirements for family adult foster care?
2. How do I start the licensing process for family adult foster care?
3. Do I have to live in a house to become licensed for family adult foster care?
4. What size is required for a bedroom for family adult foster care?
5. What items am I required to provide to residents in family adult foster care?
6. How am I paid for providing family adult foster care?
7. How much will I be paid for family adult foster care?
8. Who qualifies to receive family adult foster care services?
9. How do I get residents for family adult foster care?
10. What kind of family adult foster care clients will I get?
11. Can I be licensed to care for an adult family member?
12. Do I need to be home all the time?
13. Can I hire people to help in my family adult foster care home?
14. Can I move out of the home once I become licensed for family adult foster care?
15. Can I have clients who use a wheelchair on the second level of my home?
16. What kind of training or experience do I need to have before applying for licensure?
17. How much training do I have to have once I become licensed for family adult foster care?