§ 21.26. Domiciliary care home provider eligibility.
To be eligible to act as a domiciliary care home provider, a prospective provider shall meet the following criteria, as determined by the AAA:
(1) Be a resident of this Commonwealth and 21 years of age or older.
(2) Reside in the domiciliary care home, or reside in the prospective home.
(3) Demonstrate to the AAA, through the application and interview process, that the provider has never been convicted of a crime involving assaultive behavior or moral turpitude and has the experience and capacity to accept persons with physical, mental or age related difficulties, has the willingness and ability to work with the AAA and clients, and has the physical health and stamina to be a provider.
This section cited in 6 Pa. Code § 21.29 (relating to redetermination of provider eligibility and recertification of domiciliary care homes); 6 Pa. Code § 21.52 (relating to AAA service responsibilities); 6 Pa. Code § 21.54 (relating to AAA care plan responsibilities); 6 Pa. Code § 21.55 (relating to AAA placement activities); and 6 Pa. Code § 21.82 (relating to other provider responsibilities).
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