1. “Boarding home care for a student with disabilities” means the provision of food, shelter, security, and safety, on a twenty-four-hour
basis, to an individual who has reached the age of three years but who has not reached
the age of twenty-one before September first of the year in which the individual turns
twenty-one and who because of mental, physical, emotional, or learning characteristics
requires regular or special education and related services designed to meet the individual's
2. “Department” means the department of human services.
3. “Family boarding home” means a private residence at which boarding home care is regularly provided by the
owner or lessee to no more than four students with disabilities. The limit of four students may be exceeded if all the students boarding at the home
are related to each other by blood or marriage.
4. “Registration” means the process by which the department maintains a record of all family boarding
homes, prescribes standards and adopts rules under section 15.1-34-14, and requires the operator of a home to certify that the operator has complied with
the prescribed standards and adopted rules.
5. “Registration certificate” means a document issued by the department to provide public notice that the certificate
holder is in compliance with this chapter and the applicable rules and standards prescribed
by the department.
6. “Relative” means a grandparent, brother, sister, stepparent, stepsister, stepbrother, uncle,
or aunt of the student by marriage, blood, or adoption.
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