Changes to OIS certifications put new responsibilities onto course applicants. These changes do not affect current OIS certification, but it will affect you when you get recertified.
Adult Care Home Information Pages
Updated requirements for adult care homes, including vaccines, masks, isolation protocol, reporting COVID-19 cases, maintaining a visitor log and more.
General requests, and request forms for out of class resident, more than one bed-bound resident, video cameras and more.
Background checks, caregiver applications and payments.
Adult Care Home Program moves to Gresham.
Online trainings for adult care home providers including mandatory abuse trainings, eXPRS training, and more.
Frequently Asked Questions about Operating an Adult Care Home for People with Intellectual or Developmental Disabilities
Applications, renewal packets, background check requests, employment verification and more.
Read results and comments from the Spring 2019 Provider Survey about how providers have been impacted by the Code of Conduct for ACHP staff.
Facility records, resident records, medication administration records and more.
Sign up for ACHP-approved required training and monthly provider meetings. Find more information other approved training to earn Continuing Education Units (CEU's).
Goal: Gather information from adult care home providers and residents to help inform how the ACHP and providers can support resident quality of life and overall experience.
Documentation for Multnomah County Adult Care Home providers.
Programs and Organizations that provide activities to Residents.
Find Multnomah County Administrative Rules (MCAR) for adult care homes and a Rule Interpretation Guide.
Still interested in becoming an Adult Care Home Operator? Follow the steps outlined here.
Frequently Asked Questions about operating an Adult Care Home.
Answering these questions will help you determine whether or not you meet some important qualifications to become an operator of an Adult Care Home.
There are over 600 Adult Care Homes in Multnomah County, and well over 350 of them primarily serve older adults age 65 and with moderate care needs.
This is a highly regulated business. Multnomah County Administrative Rules (MCAR) clearly define what is expected of an Adult Care Home operator.