Oregon Department of Human Services, Aging and People with Disabilities and Developmental Disabilities

Rule Rule 411-360-0130
AFH-DD Standards


The following standards must be met to qualify for or renew an AFH-DD license:

(1)

DAILY OPERATION. An up-to-date plan for the daily operation of an AFH-DD must be maintained and include the following:

(a)

The use of a resident manager and substitute caregivers, as applicable.

(b)

The schedule of the provider, resident manager, and substitute caregivers, as applicable.

(c)

The plan for coverage in the absence of the provider, resident manager, or substitute caregivers, as applicable.

(d)

The plan for covering administrative responsibilities and staffing qualifications when multiple homes are operated by the same provider.

(2)

GENERAL CONDITIONS.

(a)

Up-to-date documentation must be maintained verifying an AFH-DD meets the following:

(A)

Applicable local business license, zoning, building, and housing codes; and

(B)

State and local fire and safety regulations for a single-family residence.

(b)

General buildings must be of sound construction and meet all applicable state and local fire and safety regulations in effect at the time of construction. It is the duty of the licensee to check with local government to be sure all applicable local codes have been met. A current floor plan of the AFH-DD must be on file with the local CDDP.

(c)

Mobile homes must have been built in 1976 or later and designed for use as a home rather than a travel trailer. The mobile home must have the label from the manufacturer permanently affixed to the home that states the mobile home meets the requirements of the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) or authority having jurisdiction.

(d)

INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR.

(A)

The building, patios, decks, walkways, and furnishings must be clean and in good repair.

(B)

The interior and exterior must be well maintained and accessible according to the needs of the individuals residing in the home.

(C)

Walls, ceilings, and floors must be of such character to permit frequent washing, cleaning, or painting, as appropriate.

(D)

There must be no accumulation of garbage, debris, rubbish, or offensive odors.

(E)

Interior and exterior stairways must have handrails and be adequately lighted. Yard and exterior steps must be accessible and appropriate to the needs of the individuals residing in the home.

(F)

Hallways and exit ways must be at least 36 inches wide or as approved by the authority having jurisdiction. Interior doorways used by individuals must be wide enough to accommodate wheelchairs and walkers if used by individuals.

(e)

LIGHTING. Adequate lighting must be provided in each room, interior and exterior stairways, and interior and exterior exit ways. Incandescent light bulbs and florescent tubes must be protected and installed per the directions of the manufacturer.

(f)

TEMPERATURE.

(A)

The heating system must be in working order. Areas of the AFH-DD used by individuals must be maintained at a comfortable temperature.

(B)

Minimum temperatures during the day (when individuals are home) must be no less than 68 degrees Fahrenheit and no less than 60 degrees Fahrenheit at night when individuals are sleeping.

(C)

During times of extreme summer heat, a provider must make every reasonable effort to make the individuals comfortable and safe using ventilation, fans, or air conditioners. The temperature may not exceed 85 degrees Fahrenheit in the AFH-DD.

(g)

COMMON USE AREAS.

(A)

There must be at least 150 square feet of common space and sufficient comfortable furniture in the AFH-DD to accommodate the recreational and socialization needs of all occupants at one time.

(i)

Common space may not be in the basement or in the garage unless the space was constructed for that purpose or has otherwise been legalized under permit.

(ii)

Additional space may be required if wheelchairs are to be accommodated.

(B)

Individual access to, or use of, swimming or other pools, hot tubs, saunas, or spas, on the premise of the AFH-DD must be supervised. Swimming pools, hot tubs, spas, or saunas must be equipped with sufficient safety barriers or devices designed to prevent accidental injury or unsupervised access.

(h)

Marijuana must not be grown in or on the premises of an AFH-DD. An individual with an Oregon Medical Marijuana Program (OMMP) registry card must arrange for and obtain their own supply of medical marijuana from a designated grower as authorized by OMMP. A provider, caregiver, other employee, or any occupant in or on the premises of the AFH-DD, must not be designated as the grower for an individual and must not deliver marijuana from the supplier.

(3)

SANITATION.

(a)

A public water supply must be utilized if available. If a non-municipal water source is used, the water source must be tested annually for coliform bacteria by a certified agent and records must be retained for two years. Corrective action must be taken to ensure potability.

(b)

Septic tanks or other non-municipal sewage disposal systems must be in good working order.

(c)

Garbage and refuse must be suitably stored in readily cleanable, rodent proof, covered containers, pending weekly removal.

(d)

Prior to laundering, soiled linens and clothing must be stored in containers in an area separate from food storage and the kitchen and dining areas. Special pre-wash attention must be given to soiled and wet bed linens.

(e)

Sanitation for household pets and other domestic animals must be adequate to prevent health hazards.

(A)

Proof of current rabies or other vaccinations, as required by a licensed veterinarian, must be maintained on the premises of the AFH-DD.

(B)

Pets not confined in enclosures must be under control and must not present a danger or health risk to individuals or guests.

(f)

There must be adequate control of insects and rodents, including screens in good repair on doors and windows used for ventilation.

(g)

Universal precautions for infection control must be followed. Hands and other skin surfaces must be washed immediately and thoroughly if contaminated with blood or other body fluids.

(h)

Precautions must be taken to prevent injuries caused by needles and other sharp instruments or devices during procedures.

(A)

Disposable syringes, needles, and other sharp items must be placed in a puncture-resistant container for disposal.

(B)

The puncture-resistant container must be located as close as practical to the use area and disposed of according to local regulations and resources (ORS 459.386 (Definitions for ORS 459.386 to 459.405) through 459.405 (Transport of infectious waste)).

(4)

BATHROOMS. Bathrooms must meet the following conditions:

(a)

Provide for individual privacy and have a finished interior, a mirror, and a window capable of being opened with a window covering or other means of ventilation.

(b)

No person must have to walk through the bedroom of another person to access a bathroom.

(c)

Be clean and free of objectionable odors.

(d)

Bathtubs, showers, toilets, and sinks must be in good repair.

(A)

A sink must be located near each toilet. A toilet and sink must be provided on each floor where rooms of non-ambulatory individuals or individuals with limited mobility are located.

(B)

There must be at least one toilet, one sink, and one bathtub or shower for each six household occupants, including the provider and their family.

(e)

Hot and cold water must be in sufficient supply to meet the individuals’ personal hygiene needs. Hot water temperature sources for bathing areas may not exceed 120 degrees Fahrenheit.

(f)

Shower enclosures must have nonporous surfaces. Glass shower doors must be tempered safety glass. Shower curtains must be clean and in good condition.

(g)

Bathtubs and showers must have non-slip floor surfaces.

(h)

Toilets, bathtubs, and showers must have grab bars as required by the individuals’ needs.

(i)

The toilet, bathtub, and shower must have barrier-free access with appropriate fixtures for non-ambulatory individuals in the AFH-DD. Alternative arrangements for non-ambulatory individuals must be appropriate to individual needs for maintaining good personal hygiene.

(j)

Adequate supplies of toilet paper for each toilet and soap for each sink must be provided.

(k)

Each individual must be provided with a towel and wash cloth that is laundered in hot water at least weekly or more often if necessary.

(A)

Individuals must have appropriate racks or hooks for drying bath linens.

(B)

If individual hand towels are not provided, individually dispensed paper towels must be provided.

(5)

BEDROOMS.

(a)

Bedrooms for all household occupants must meet the following conditions:

(A)

Constructed as a bedroom when the home was built or remodeled under permit.

(B)

Finished interior with walls or partitions of standard construction that go from floor to ceiling.

(C)

Door opens directly to a hallway or common use room without passage through another bedroom or common bathroom.

(D)

Adequate ventilation, heat, and light, with at least one window capable of being opened that meets the fire regulations described in subsection (k) of this section.

(E)

At least 70 square feet of usable floor space for each occupant or 120 square feet of usable floor space for two occupants.

(F)

No more than two occupants per room.

(b)

A provider or their family members must not sleep in areas designated as common use living areas or share a bedroom with an individual.

(c)

If an individual chooses to share a bedroom with another individual, the individuals must be afforded an opportunity to have a choice of roommates.

(d)

Individuals must have the freedom to decorate and furnish his or her own bedroom as agreed to within the Residency Agreement.

(e)

SINGLE ACTION LOCKS.

(A)

An AFH-DD licensed on or after January 1, 2016 must have single action locks on the entrance doors to the bedroom for each individual, lockable by the individual, with only appropriate staff having keys.

(B)

An AFH-DD licensed prior to January 1, 2016 must have single action locks on the entrance doors to the bedroom for each individual, lockable by the individual, with only appropriate staff having keys by September 1, 2018.

(C)

Limitations may only be used when there is a health or safety risk and a written informed consent is obtained as described in OAR 411-360-0170 (AFH-DD Documentation and Record Requirements) and OAR 411-004-0040 (Individually-Based Limitations).

(f)

Each individual must have a bed. The bed must include a frame, unless otherwise documented by an ISP team decision. The bed must include a clean and comfortable mattress, a waterproof mattress cover if an individual is incontinent, and a pillow.

(g)

Each individual’s bedroom must have a separate, private dresser and closet space sufficient for the individual’s clothing and personal effects, including hygiene and grooming supplies. An individual must be provided private and secure storage space to keep and use reasonable amounts of personal belongings.

(h)

Drapes or shades for windows must be in good condition and allow privacy for individuals.

(i)

Bedrooms must be on ground level for individuals who are non-ambulatory or have impaired mobility.

(j)

Individual bedrooms must be in close enough proximity to the provider to alert the provider to nighttime needs or emergencies or be equipped with an intercom or audio monitoring as approved by an ISP team.

(k)

Each individual’s bedroom must have at least one window or exterior door that readily opens from the inside without special tools and provides a clear opening of not less than 821 square inches (5.7 sq. ft.), with the least dimensions not less than 22 inches in height or 20 inches in width. If sill height is more than 44 inches from the floor level, approved steps or other aids for window egress must be provided. A grade floor window with a clear opening of not less than 720 square inches (5.0 sq. ft.) with a sill height of 48 inches may be accepted when approved by the State Fire Marshal or the authority having jurisdiction designee of the State Fire Marshal.

(6)

MEALS.

(a)

A provider must support an individual’s freedom to have access to his or her personal food at any time. Limitations may only be used when there is a health or safety risk and a written informed consent is obtained as described in OAR 411-360-0170 (AFH-DD Documentation and Record Requirements) and OAR 411-004-0040 (Individually-Based Limitations).

(b)

Three nutritious meals and two snacks must be provided daily. Meals must be offered at times consistent with those in the community.

(A)

Each meal must include food from the basic food groups according to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and include fresh fruit and vegetables when in season, unless otherwise specified in writing by a health care provider.

(B)

Food preparation must include consideration of cultural and ethnic backgrounds, as well as the food preferences of the individuals.

(c)

A schedule of meal times and menus for the coming week must consider individual preferences and be prepared and posted weekly in a location accessible to individuals and their families.

(A)

Menu substitutions must comply with subsection (b) of this section.

(B)

If an individual misses or plans to miss a meal at a scheduled time, or requests an alternate meal time, an alternative meal must be made available.

(C)

Individuals are not restricted to specific meal times and must be encouraged to choose when, where, and with whom to eat.

(d)

An individual is responsible for the provision of food beyond the required three meals and two snacks.

(e)

MODIFIED OR SPECIAL DIETS. For an individual with a modified or special diet ordered by a physician or licensed health care provider, a provider must:

(A)

Have menus for the current week that provide food and beverages that consider the preferences of the individual and are appropriate to the individual’s modified or special diet; and

(B)

Maintain documentation that identifies how modified or special diets are prepared and served.

(f)

Adequate storage must be available to maintain food at a proper temperature, including a properly working refrigerator. Food storage and preparation areas must protect food from dirt and contamination and be free from spoiled or expired food.

(g)

Meals must be prepared and served in the AFH-DD.

(A)

Payment for meals eaten away from the AFH-DD for the convenience of the provider (e.g. restaurants, senior meal sites) is the responsibility of the provider.

(B)

Meals and snacks as part of an individual recreational outing are the responsibility of the individual.

(h)

Household utensils, dishes, and glassware must be washed in hot soapy water, rinsed, and stored to prevent contamination.

(i)

Food storage, preparation areas, and equipment must be clean, free of objectionable odors, and in good repair.

(j)

Home-canned foods must be processed according to the guidelines of the Oregon State University Extension Service. Freezing is the most acceptable method of food preservation. Milk must be pasteurized.

(7)

TELEPHONE.

(a)

A telephone must be provided in the AFH-DD that is available and accessible for the use of the individuals for incoming and outgoing calls. Telephone lines must be unblocked to allow for access.

(b)

The following emergency telephone numbers must be posted in close proximity to each phone utilized by the provider, resident manager, individuals, and caregivers:

(A)

Local CDDP;

(B)

Police, fire, and medical if not served by 911;

(C)

The provider if the provider does not reside in the AFH-DD;

(D)

Emergency physician; and

(E)

Additional persons to be contacted in the case of an emergency.

(c)

Telephone numbers for making complaints or a report of alleged abuse to the Department, the local CDDP, and Disability Rights Oregon, must also be posted.

(d)

A telephone must be accessible to individuals for outgoing calls 24 hours a day.

(e)

The telephone number for an AFH-DD must be listed in the local telephone directory.

(f)

The licensee must notify the Department, individuals, and as applicable the families, legal representatives, and service coordinators of the individuals, of any change in the AFH-DD’s telephone number within 24 hours of the change.

(8)

SAFETY.

(a)

Buildings must meet all applicable state and local building, mechanical, and housing codes for fire and life safety. The AFH-DD may be inspected for fire safety by the Office of the State Fire Marshal at the request of the Department using the standards in these rules as appropriate.

(b)

Only ambulatory individuals capable of self-preservation may be housed on a second floor or in a basement.

(c)

Split level homes must be evaluated according to accessibility, emergency egress, and evacuation capabilities of the individuals.

(d)

Ladders, rope, chain ladders, and other devices may not be used as a secondary means of egress.

(e)

Heating in accordance with the specifications of the manufacturer and electrical equipment, including wood stoves, must be installed in accordance with all applicable fire and life safety codes, used and maintained properly, and be in good repair.

(A)

A provider who does not have a permit verifying proper installation of an existing wood stove must have the wood stove inspected by a qualified inspector, Certified Oregon Chimney Sweep Association member, or Oregon Hearth Products Association member, and follow the recommended maintenance schedule.

(B)

A fireplace must have a protective glass screen or metal mesh curtain attached to the top and bottom of the fireplace.

(C)

The installation of a non-combustible, heat resistant, safety barrier 36 inches around wood stoves may be required to prevent individuals with ambulation or confusion problems from coming in contact with the stove.

(D)

Un-vented portable oil, gas, or kerosene heaters are prohibited. Sealed electric transfer heaters or electric space heaters with tip-over shut-off capability may be used when approved by the authority having jurisdiction.

(f)

Extension cord wiring and multi-plug adaptors must not be used in place of permanent wiring.

(A)

UL-approved, re-locatable power tabs (RPTs) with circuit breaker protection are permitted for indoor use only and must be installed and used in accordance with the instructions of the manufacturer.

(B)

If RPTs are used, the RPTs must be directly connected to an electrical outlet, never connected to another RPT (known as daisy-chaining or piggy-backing), and never connected to an extension cord.

(g)

Each exit door and interior door used for exit purposes must have simple hardware that cannot be locked against exit and must have an obvious method of single action operation.

(A)

Hasps, sliding bolts, hooks and eyes, and double key deadbolts are not permitted.

(B)

An AFH-DD with an individual who has impaired judgment and is known to wander away from the AFH-DD must have a functional and activated alarm system to alert a caregiver of the individual’s unsupervised exit.

(h)

CARBON MONOXIDE ALARMS. Carbon monoxide alarms must be listed as complying with ANSI/UL 2034 and must be installed and maintained in accordance with the instructions of the manufacturer. A carbon monoxide alarm must be installed within 15 feet of each bedroom at the height recommended by the manufacturer.

(A)

Carbon monoxide alarms may be hard wired, plug-in, or battery operated. Hard wired and plug-in alarms must be equipped with battery backup. Battery operated alarms must be equipped with a device that warns of a low battery.

(B)

Bedrooms used by hearing-impaired occupants who may not hear the sound of a regular carbon monoxide alarm must be equipped with an additional carbon monoxide alarm that has visual or vibrating capacity.

(i)

SMOKE ALARMS. A smoke alarm must be installed in accordance with the instructions of the manufacturer in each bedroom, hallway or access area adjoining bedrooms, family room or main living area where occupants congregate, laundry room, office, and basement. In addition, a smoke alarm must be installed at the top of each stairway in a multi-level home.

(A)

Ceiling placement of smoke alarms is recommended. If wall mounted, smoke alarms must be between 6 inches and 12 inches from the ceiling and not within 12 inches of a corner.

(B)

Smoke alarms must be equipped with a device that warns of low battery when battery operated or with a battery backup if hard wired.

(C)

When activated, smoke alarms must be audible in all bedrooms.

(D)

Bedrooms used by hearing-impaired occupants who may not hear the sound of a regular smoke alarm must be equipped with an additional smoke alarm that has visual or vibrating capacity.

(j)

Each carbon monoxide alarm and smoke alarm must contain a sounding device or be interconnected to other alarms to provide, when activated, an audible alarm in each bedroom. The alarm must be loud enough to wake occupants when all bedroom doors are closed.

(k)

A licensee must test each carbon monoxide alarm and smoke alarmin accordance with the instructions of the manufacturer at least monthly (per NFPA 72). Testing must be documented in the AFH-DD records.

(l)

FIRE EXTINGUISHERS. At least one 2A-10BC rated fire extinguisher must be in a visible and readily accessible location on each floor, including the basement. Fire extinguishers must be inspected at least once a year by a person qualified in fire extinguisher maintenance. All recharging and hydrostatic testing must be completed by a qualified agency properly trained and equipped for this purpose. Maintenance must be documented in the AFH-DD records.

(m)

A licensee must maintain carbon monoxide alarms, smoke alarms, and fire extinguishers in functional condition. If there are more than two violations in maintaining battery operated alarms in working condition, the Department may require the licensee to hard wire the alarms into the electrical system.

(9)

EMERGENCY PROCEDURES AND PLANNING.

(a)

EVACUATION.

(A)

A provider may have a fully operating and maintained interior sprinkler system approved by appropriate regulatory authorities allowing for evacuation of all individuals meeting applicable fire, life, and safety requirements; or

(B)

A provider must demonstrate the ability to evacuate all occupants from the AFH-DD within three minutes. If the provider is not able to demonstrate the three-minute evacuation time, the Department may apply conditions to the license including, but not limited to, reducing the number of individuals receiving services, requiring additional staffing, increasing fire protection, or revoking the license.

(b)

EVACUATION DRILLS.

(A)

A provider must conduct unannounced evacuation drills when individuals are present, once every quarter, with at least one drill per year occurring during the hours of sleep. The availability of a fully operating interior sprinkler system does not substitute for the requirements of evacuation drills.

(i)

Evacuation drills must occur at different times of the day, evening, and night, with exit routes being varied based on the location of a simulated fire.

(ii)

All occupants must participate in the evacuation drills.

(B)

Written documentation must be made at the time of each drill and kept by the provider for at least two years following the drill. Documentation of each evacuation drill must include the following:

(i)

The date and time of the drill or simulated drill;

(ii)

The location of the simulated fire and exit route;

(iii)

The last names of each individual, provider, caregiver, and other occupants present on the premises of the AFH-DD at the time of the drill;

(iv)

The type of evacuation assistance provided to each individual;

(v)

The amount of time required by each individual to evacuate; and

(vi)

The signature of the provider or caregiver conducting the drill.

(c)

A new individual must receive an orientation to basic safety and shown how to respond to a fire and carbon monoxide alarm and how to exit from the AFH-DD in an emergency within 24 hours of arriving. Documentation of orientation must be maintained in the individual’s record.

(d)

FLOOR PLANS. A provider must provide, post, and keep up to date, a floor plan on each floor.

(A)

The floor plan must contain the following:

(i)

Size of each room;

(ii)

Size of each window;

(iii)

The location of the bed for each individual;

(iv)

Bedroom for the provider, and as applicable, caregivers, room and board tenants, and recipients of day care, relief care, or respite services;

(v)

Each exit on each level of the home, including emergency exits such as windows;

(vi)

Wheelchair ramps, if applicable;

(vii)

Each fire extinguisher, smoke alarm, carbon monoxide alarm, and sprinkler, if the home has an interior sprinkler system; and

(viii)

Exit routes.

(B)

The floor plan must be updated to reflect any change and a copy of the updated floor plan must be submitted to the Department.

(e)

At least one plug-in rechargeable flashlight must be available for emergency lighting in a readily accessible area on each floor, including the basement.

(f)

If an individual accesses the community independently, the provider must provide the individual information about appropriate steps to take in an emergency, such as emergency contact telephone numbers, contacting police or fire personnel, or other strategies to obtain assistance.

(g)

WRITTEN EMERGENCY PLAN. A provider must develop, maintain, and implement a written Emergency Plan for the protection of each individual in the event of an emergency or disaster. The Emergency Plan must:

(A)

Be practiced at least annually. Practice of the Emergency Plan may consist of a walk-through of the duties or a discussion exercise dealing with a hypothetical event, commonly known as a tabletop exercise.

(B)

Consider the needs of the individuals receiving services and address all natural and human-caused events identified as a significant risk for the AFH-DD, such as a pandemic or an earthquake.

(C)

Include provisions and sufficient supplies, such as sanitation and food supplies, to shelter in place, when unable to relocate, for at least three calendar days under the following conditions:

(i)

Extended utility outage;

(ii)

No running water;

(iii)

Inability to replace food supplies; and

(iv)

Caregivers unable to report as scheduled.

(D)

Include provisions for evacuation and relocation that identifies the following:

(i)

The duties of caregivers during evacuation, transporting, and housing of individuals including instructions to caregivers to notify the Department and local CDDP of the plan to evacuate or the evacuation of the AFH-DD as soon as the emergency or disaster reasonably allows;

(ii)

The method and source of transportation;

(iii)

Planned relocation sites reasonably anticipated to meet the needs of the individuals;

(iv)

A method that provides persons unknown to an individual the ability to identify each individual by name and to identify the name of the supporting provider for the individual; and

(v)

A method for tracking and reporting to the Department and the local CDDP the physical location of each individual until a different entity resumes responsibility for the individual.

(E)

Address the needs of the individuals including provisions for the following:

(i)

Immediate and continued access to medical treatment with the evacuation of the individual summary sheet and the emergency information identified in OAR 411-360-0170 (AFH-DD Documentation and Record Requirements), and other information necessary to obtain care, treatment, food, and fluids;

(ii)

Continued access to life sustaining pharmaceuticals, medical supplies, and equipment during and after an evacuation and relocation;

(iii)

Behavior support needs anticipated during an emergency; and

(iv)

Adequate staffing to meet the life-sustaining and safety needs of the individuals.

(F)

A provider must instruct and provide training to each caregiver about their duties and responsibilities for implementing the Emergency Plan.

(i)

Documentation of caregiver training must be kept on record by the provider.

(ii)

The provider must re-evaluate the Emergency Plan at least annually or when there is a significant change in the AFH-DD.

(G)

Applicable parts of the Emergency Plan must coordinate with each applicable employment provider or day program provider to address the possibility of an emergency or disaster during day time hours.

(10)

SPECIAL HAZARDS.

(a)

Flammable and combustible liquids and hazardous materials must be safely and properly stored in original, properly labeled containers or safety containers, and secured to prevent tampering by individuals and vandals.

(b)

Oxygen and other gas cylinders in service or in storage must be adequately secured to prevent cylinders from falling or being knocked over.

(A)

No smoking signs must be visibly posted where oxygen or other gas cylinders are present.

(B)

Oxygen and other gas cylinders may not be used or stored in rooms where a wood stove, fireplace, or open flames are located.

(c)

To protect the safety of the individuals, a provider must store hunting equipment and weapons in a safe and secure manner inaccessible to the individuals. Ammunition must be secured in a locked area separate from firearms.

(d)

For an AFH-DD with one or more employees, smoking regulations in compliance with the Indoor Clean Air Act must be adopted to allow smoking only in outdoor designated areas. Signs must be posted prohibiting smoking in the workplace per OAR 333-015-0040 (Oregon Indoor Clean Air Act: Signs).

(A)

Designated smoking areas must be at least 10 feet from any entrance, exit, window that opens, ventilation intake, or accessibility ramp.

(B)

Smoking is prohibited in bedrooms.

(C)

Smoking is prohibited in vehicles when individuals or employees occupy the vehicle.

(D)

Ashtrays of noncombustible material and safe design must be provided in areas where smoking is permitted.

(e)

Cleaning supplies, poisons, and insecticides must be properly stored in original, properly labeled containers in a safe area away from food, food preparation and storage, dining areas, and medications, and in a manner to prevent tampering by individuals.

(11)

POSTED ITEMS. The following items must be posted in a conspicuous location accessible to individuals and visitors and be available for inspection:

(a)

The AFH-DD license and conditions attached to the license in accordance with OAR 411-360-0080 (Issuance of a License);

(b)

Poster for the Residential Facilities Ombudsman Program in accordance with ORS 443.392 (Notice of complaint procedures);

(c)

The Bill of Rights and house rules in accordance with OAR 411-360-0170 (AFH-DD Documentation and Record Requirements);

(d)

The Department’s procedure for making complaints in accordance with OAR 411-360-0220 (Complaints);

(e)

A weekly menu in accordance with section (6) of this rule; and

(f)

The current floor plan in accordance with section (8) of this rule.
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