Date Published: November 2010
The APR places people in household types based on the way that the members overlap within the reporting period.
For a pregnant woman there are three possible ways that she would be counted in the APR, depending on:
The three household type possibilities for pregnant women are:
1. Household without Children: If a pregnant woman is over 18 years of age or older at the time of program entry for her latest program stay, and has not had the baby by the time of exit or by the last day of the operating year and has no other children with her, then she is counted in a Household without Children.
2. Household with at least one Adult and one Child: If a pregnant woman is 18 years of age or older at the time of program entry for her latest program stay, and has the baby during her stay in the program, then she (and the baby) will be counted in a Household with at least one Adult and one Child.
3. Household with only Children: If a pregnant woman is under 18 (and is not accompanied by any adults), then she will be counted in the APR as a Household with only Children. If the baby is born during the reporting period and while the mother is still enrolled in the program, the baby will also be counted in a Household with only Children.