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    Register HERE for FREE Health Care Benefit -- Healthiest You

    We have a NEW health care program available for the LICENSED PROVIDER (the person whose name is on the license but it will work for their whole family). This program is called Healthiest You. Sign up now! Healthiest You will send you a welcome packet and help you on-board! Questions? Contact Anneliese 518-506-0539 or email her anneliese.sheahan@gmail.com. Are you an owner.

    NEW!!! January 1, 2022 DHS ERDC rates

    Remember the following before charging the new increased rates: 1. Your advertised rates (the ones in your policies, on your website, the ones you charge private pay clients) must be equal to or greater than the new rates. You MIGHT need to increase your rates for the first of the year. 2.

    Template for a Comprehensive Emergency Plan

    This template is provided for our Oregon FCC providers but could be used in any state to draft your own Comprehensive Emergency Plan. If you are in Oregon on the coast, along the Columbia River in Oregon or on the Atlantic or Pacific coast in a Tsunami Zone, you may need to add a section about Tsunami Emergencies.
    Download: 2021 Emergency Plan TEMPLATE for Families.docx , 2021 Emergency Plan Template for Families Spanish Edition.docx

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  • ERDC Special Needs Rate Form
    ERDC Special Needs Rate Form

    Form DHS 7486 is a form that assists parents is applying for the ERDC Special Needs Rate. As a provider, you can keep several copies of this form handy to give to families who are applying or are already elligible for ERDC. In fact, we recommend that you include a copy of this form with the materials you hand out when parents tour your program -- have a discussion with parents when they tour your program. You could also include this form with your enrollment packet. 

    We recommend parents use this form and get a copy of it date/time stamped when handing it in at their local DHS office so that you and the parent can track when the request was made. 

    Our Union leadership is hearing that a high number of parents (and their providers) are being denied application for the special needs rate (most of the time what we hear is that the DHS worker claims the parent failed to request the rate and for whatever reason the DHS eligibility worker failed to ask the family about the special needs while sometimes the worker is refusing to process the special needs rate and refuses the parent request). 


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