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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 22. Social Services
Agency 40. Department of Social Services
5/27/2020

Chapter 141. Licensing Standards for Independent Foster HomesRead Chapter

Section 10
Definitions
Section 20
Legal authority
Section 30
General requirements
Section 40
Background checks
Section 50
References and employment history
Section 60
Assessment of knowledge, skills and abilities
Section 70
Training
Section 80
Medical requirements for provider, assistant and household members
Section 85
Temporary entrustment agreement requirements
Section 87
Placing agreement requirements
Section 90
Supervision of children in care
Section 100
Capacity
Section 110
Essentials for each child
Section 120
Transportation of children
Section 130
Medical care of children
Section 140
Disease prevention
Section 150
Discipline of children
Section 160
Activities for children
Section 170
Abuse and neglect reporting responsibilities of providers
Section 180
Services to children
Section 190
Physical accommodations in the independent foster home
Section 200
Home safety
Section 210
Record requirements
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