A Residential Care or Assisted Living facility is a facility or residence, however named, operated on either a profit or nonprofit basis for the purpose of providing necessary supervision, personal assistance, meals, and lodging to three (3) or more adults not related to the owner.
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Link to Consumers page
Idaho's COVID-19 Website
RALF Guidance for COVID-19
Notice to SNFs and ALs for COVID-19
Stop the Spread of Germs Poster
COVID-19 Temporary Waived Rules
The following 2020 Assisted Living Training courses are now scheduled for 2020. When registering for a course, you will be placed on a wait-list and notified when your registration has been accepted and you may attend the course.
A "register here" link will be active when registration is available for a course. We will not open registration up too far in advance to prevent "no shows".
If you do not have a FLARES account, follow any of the links below to create one. DO NOT REGISTER FOR SOMEONE ELSE. If you need any assistance, please contact the Assisted living team.
The CCAC will consider nominations for one (1) membership position at its next meeting on April 28, 2020. The open membership position is reserved for a resident/family member of a residential assisted living facility (RALF). The CCAC is a 20-member council established in Sections 39-3511, 39-3330, 39-3331, 39-3332, and 39-3333, Idaho Code, that meets quarterly and advises the Department regarding certified family homes and residential care or assisted living facilities in (1) matters of policy regarding licensing or certification and enforcement standards; (2) proposed rules; and (3) an annual report submitted to the legislature stating opinions and recommendations that would further the state’s capability in addressing issues within these care settings.
If you are interested in serving as a member of the CCAC, please submit a letter of interest to the Council Coordinator by March 31, 2020. You are also invited to attend the next meeting on April 28, 2020, to introduce yourself to the council and explain how you might be able to contribute as a member. The council meets at 12:30 p.m. in Conference Room D East and D West at 3232 Elder Street, Boise, Idaho 83705.
Please include your name, qualifications, and contact information in your letter of interest and address it to:
Cindy Stevens, CCAC Coordinator
Idaho Department of Health & Welfare
PO Box 83720
Boise, ID 83720-0009
The Idaho Administrative Bulletin published January 2, 2020. It is important that you carefully review what was published as this rule making year was different than in years past.
Docket 0322-1901 Residential Assisted Living Facilities
Dementia Skills Modules
Summary of Proposed Rules
September Administrative Bulletin Published
16-0322-1901 Residential Assisted Living Facilities
Negotiated Rule Making Comments
We are excited to announce there are new food training videos available on our website along with handouts. Please look at the far right-side of the website under resource links, then go to the plus sign by “Food Safety/Nutrition”. The videos will be listed, with the handouts below them. The videos are titled: Basic Food Safety, Menus & Recipes, Customer Service, Memory Care, Tips & Tricks and Potluck. We hope you and your staff learn new information and enjoy these videos.
Logging In and Viewing Assigned Activities
Submitting Annual Reports
Uploading Non-Core Evidence of Resolution
Sending and receiving messages
Submitting Application for Licensure
Behavior Plan Templates
Behavior Data Sheets
3232 Elder St
Boise ID 83705
Representative Payee Interdisciplinary Training Series