Or. Admin. R. 416-335-0020 - Definitions

In addition to the definitions provided in OAR 410-170-0020, the following definitions apply to terms used in OAR chapter 416, division 335.

(1) "Absent Day" means a calendar day that:
(a) Either the BRS Client is enrolled but not physically present in the BRS Provider's program and is not on a Transitional Visit, or the BRS Client is on a Transitional Visit and present at 11:59 pm at a Hosting Placement that is a BRS Contractor or Provider;
(b) The Agency's placement plan is to return the BRS Client to the sending BRS Provider; and
(c) The BRS Contractor or BRS Provider obtains written authorization from the BRS Client's JPPO and the Community Resources Manager to bill the calendar day as an Absent Day.
(2) "Foster Home" means a home in the community that is maintained and lived in by an OYA-certified foster parent who provides supervision, food, and lodging for a child or young person and does not include a placement with an Approved Proctor Foster Parent.
(3) "Hosting Placement" means the BRS Contractor, BRS Provider or OYA Foster Home where a Transitional Visit is taking place.
(4) "Juvenile Parole and Probation Officer" (JPPO) means the individual who coordinates Services and Placement Related Activities for the BRS Client with the BRS Contractor and BRS Provider. For purposes of these rules, a JPPO is the Caseworker as defined in OAR 410-170-0020.
(5) "Sending Placement" means the BRS Contractor or BRS Provider where the BRS Client is currently enrolled while the BRS Client is on a Transitional Visit.
(6) "Transitional Visit" means an overnight visit by the BRS Client to a Hosting Placement for the purpose of facilitating the BRS Client's transition during the last 90-days of placement.
(7) "Young Person" means a person aged 21 through 24 years of age.

Notes

Or. Admin. R. 416-335-0020
OYA 3-2013, f. 11-15-13, cert. ef. 1-1-14; OYA 16-2018, amend filed 12/27/2018, effective 1/1/2019

Statutory/Other Authority: ORS 420A.025

Statutes/Other Implemented: ORS 420A.010 & 420A.014

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