Special needs foster children, Medically fragile foster
care Nurse Foster Parent, Sick Foster Children
Medically fragile, Premature foster care infants
sick foster care children, special needs foster care 
 Nurses for foster care infants 

Nurses Clocking In At Home & Saving Medically Fragile Foster Care Infants and Children


Become A Nurse-Adopt Provider And "Clock In At Home."

Nurses California has a new state law; AB 1133

Our Assembly Bill 1133, became California State Law. Our State bill will require that, when determining the placement of a foster child who is medically fragile, “Priority Consideration” will be given to placement with a foster parent who is an independent nurse provider via EPSDT private duty nursing programs. AIW created this law for the growing medically fragile foster care population including micro-preemies, infants, children and youths. If they don’t come to us Nurses first, they are passed back and forth into numerous Group Homes, Institutional Care Settings, and into and out of under-educated and poorly supported foster homes. This is a childhood no child should endure, let a lone an innocent micro-preemie.

Check out AIW's, AB 1133-Mitchell ~ California's State Law Chapter # 490.

Nurse-Adopt Providers

Getting Started; " Clocking In At Home."

Thank you for your interest in helping California's medically fragile foster care infants and children.  We nurses work under Medi-Cal's EPSDT Private Duty Nursing program. It is a "NON-WAIVER," EPSDT program that requires Nurses to have acute care NICU, PICU, ICU or Pediatric nursing experience. For pediatric in-home-care nurses, 2000 hours or equivalent nursing experience is required.  If you have the required nursing experience and if you meet EPSDT’s requirements, this is truly an opportunity to make a deep impact in the life of a child who is in need of loving, competent care. Being a Nurse-Adopt Provider will be one of the most gallant endeavors of your Nursing Career!

Please start by calling the numbers below and requesting a packet for becoming an Independent Nurse Provider for EPSDT In Home Private Duty Nursing...

1. Call 916 552-9106. Please request an "Independent Nurse Provider Packet" for the EPSDT In-Home Nursing. 

2. Once you have the packet and if you have questions on how to complete the packet, please contact JJ Woods. Her contact information is located in the provider packed. 

3. Once you submitted your application, go to http://www.medi-cal.ca.gov and select Provider Enrollment to check the status of your provider application. Or you can call 1 800 786-4346 and  check your application process as well. The approval process for becoming an Independent Nurse Provider can take several weeks to several months to complete. 

Angels Looking For Forever Homes...

Nurses, Clock In At Home & Give One Of Our Little Angels In Waiting A Forever Home...

View the Angels Waiting For Forever homes At www.shareyourheartLA.org