An Intermediate Care Facility for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities (ICF-IID) is a facility that serves four (4) or more persons with intellectual disability or persons with related conditions and provides health or rehabilitative services on a regular basis to individuals whose mental and physical conditions require services including room, board, and active treatment for their intellectual disability or related conditions. For purposes of this regulation, the definitions of “Intermediate Care Facility for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities” and “Habilitation Center for Persons with Intellectual Disability or Persons with Related Conditions” are the same and both terms are utilized interchangeably.
Regulation and Code of Laws
- Regulation 61-13, Standards for Licensing Intermediate Care Facilities for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities
- Regulation 61-25, Retail Food Establishments
- Criminal Record Checks of Direct Care Staff, Section 44-7-2910, et seq.
- Bill of Rights for Residents of Long-Term Care Facilities, Section 44-81-10, et seq.
- Omnibus Adult Protection Act, Section 43-35-5, et seq.