Host Home Providers provide a safe, loving, and nurturing environment to adults who require verbal and/or physical assistance with their daily needs.
What are the Responsibilities of a Host Home Provider?
Host Home Providers provide primary residential care and support, in their own home, for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Along with providing residential services, responsibilities include:
- Providing meals
- Transportation to and from appointments and other activities
- Assisting with daily living skills
- Medication management
- Behavioral support in conjunction with an interdisciplinary team
How do I become a Host Home Provider?
We look for people with big hearts. You’ll provide companionship and assistance in order to help that Individual grow and thrive. The first step in becoming a Host Home Provider is filling out an application. You must also:
- Pass a Criminal Background check
- Must be 21 or over
- Live in a home that meets HUD and State standards
- Successfully complete the Basic Training Course and First Aid/CPR
- Complete QMAP certification
- Maintain professional liability insurance and automobile liability insurance as required by law
- Understand what it means to be an Independent Contractor/Host Home Provider
- Understand and follow state regulations around providing services as an Independent Contractor/Host Home Provider
You can rest assured that we’ll walk with you each step of your journey.
Ready to take the next step? Contact us for more information today.