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.
Have more questions? Visit our FAQ page or contact us for more information today.