Oregon Secretary of State, Archives Division

Rule Rule 166-150-0055
County Health — Developmental Disabilities Records


(1)

Adult Foster Home Provider: Series documents the administration of a system of adult foster homes which provide care for developmentally disabled clients in residential settings. Adult foster homes are licensed annually and, therefore, subject to an annual inspection and evaluation process in order to maintain the license to provide foster care. Series may include records such as license applications; inspection reports; fire drill records; facility information; references; progress notes; correspondence; meeting notes; financial records; annual license evaluation; annual agreement or contract; and a copy of the annual license. (Minimum retention: 6 years after expiration of contract or agreement)

(2)

Developmental Disabilities Intake Reports: Series documents the initial contact with a potential client in order to determine if the person is eligible for developmental disability programs. Series may include records such as an information sheet; application; signed release forms for other records such as school records, psychological reports, social security, and skill assessments; progress notes; letter of decision; and appeals of the decision. If the person is eligible for service, the intake report file becomes part of the Developmental Disabilities Service Records. (Minimum retention: (a) If eligible for DD programs: Transfer to Developmental Disabilities Service Records (b) All other cases: 10 years)

(3)

Developmental Disabilities Service Records: Series documents services provided to persons with developmental disabilities. This county agency is the entry point for all developmentally disabled eligible persons and determines the needs and appropriate programs for the client. Services include intake and case management, crisis services, and family support services. Services such as residential, vocational, and transportation services, may be contracted out. Information contained in the records may include applications for service; referrals; progress notes; medical records; individual service plans (ISP); diagnostic and evaluation results; and financial and legal records. (Minimum retention: (a) Individual Service Plans: 10 years (b) All other records if death date is known: 7 years after date of death (c) All other records if case is closed, inactive, or death date is unknown: 70 years)

(4)

Family Support Records: Series documents the screening of applications for financial aid to support the families of clients in developmental disability programs. Series includes the application and other records including progress notes, financial information, family assessment, and treatment and support plans. (Minimum retention: 5 years)

(5)

Protective Service Reports: Series documents investigations of clients over the age of 18 and enrolled in developmental disability programs who are suspected of having received physical or sexual abuse. Records may include investigation reports, police reports, and interview notes. A copy of the report goes to the State Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities Services Division. (Minimum retention: (a) Interview notes for substantiated criminal findings: 10 years (b) Interview notes for unsubstantiated findings: 3 years (c) Reports: 20 years)
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Jun. 8, 2021