(1) Respite care is provided by someone who is approved by LD and is paid to care for the foster children or provide relief for the foster parents. If the person provides care in their own home, they must be foster licensed. A nonlicensed respite care provider caring for children in your home must follow the requirements to become a LD certified respite provider.
(2) You may arrange respite care to provide substitute care in your absence, or to support you as part of a child's case plan. If you use a respite care provider, you should seek prior approval from the child's DCYF caseworker or CPA case manager, and, if applicable, the child's tribal ICW case manager.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 74.15.030
. WSR 22-11-091, § 110-148-1600, filed 5/18/22, effective 6/18/22. WSR 18-14-078, recodified as § 110-148-1600, filed 6/29/18, effective 7/1/18. Statutory Authority: Chapters 13.34
RCW, RCW 74.15.030
, and 2013 c 105. WSR 15-01-069, § 388-148-1600, filed 12/11/14, effective 1/11/15.]