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Effective July 1, 2011 Master list of Attachments for the Consolidated Waiver, Person/Family Directed Support Waiver, Administrative Services, and Base-Funded Service Definitions Attachment 1: Service Definitions Narrative for Consolidated Waiver, Person/Family Directed Support Waiver, Administrative Services, and Base-Funded Services: The attached service definitions narrative (Attachment 1) reflects the draft definitions for services for home and community based services that are available through the Consolidated and Person/Family Directed Support (P/FDS) Waivers (Waivers), Administrative funding, and base funding. Attachment 2: Procedure Code/Management Information System Requirements: The Management Information System Requirements attachment contains the system codes and requirements for home and community based services that are available through the Consolidated and Person/Family Directed Support (P/FDS) Waivers (Waivers), Administrative funding, and base funding. Attachment 3: Relative Policy: The Relative Policy attachment contains information on the services that may be provided by Relatives, Legal Guardians and Legally responsible individuals and the conditions that must be met. Attachment 4: Travel Policy: The Travel Policy attachment contains the services that may be provided during temporary travel as well as the conditions that must be followed. 1
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Effective July 1, 2011 Attachment 1 Service Definitions for the Consolidated Waiver, Person/Family Directed Support Waiver, Administrative Services, and Base-Funded Services Table of Contents Introduction ................................................................................................................................ Supports Coordination ............................................................................................................... General Day and Employment Services .................................................................................... Licensed Day Services .............................................................................................................. Prevocational Services, Vocational Facilities ............................................................................. Transitional Work Services ...................................................................................................... Supported Employment Services ............................................................................................. General Information on Licensed and Unlicensed Residential Habilitation Services .............. Licensed Residential Habilitation Services .............................................................................. Child Residential Services ................................................................................................. Community Residential Rehabilitation Services ................................................................ Family Living Homes ......................................................................................................... Community Homes ........................................................................................................... Licensed Residential Enhanced Staffing ..................................................................... Residential Habilitation by a licensed nurse…………………………………………….16 Supplemental Habilitation ............................................................................................ Additional Individualized Staffing ................................................................................. Unlicensed Residential Habilitation ......................................................................................... Home and Community Habilitation Unlicensed Services ........................................................ Companion ............................................................................................................................... Waiver Respite ......................................................................................................................... Waiver Respite Camp, 24 hours…………………………………………………………………...21 Waiver Respite Camp, 15 Minutes………………………………………………………………...21 Nursing .................................................................................................................................... General Information on Therapies ........................................................................................... Physical Therapy ................................................................................................................. Occupational Therapy ......................................................................................................... Speech and Language Therapy .......................................................................................... Visual/Mobility Therapy ....................................................................................................... Assistive Technology ................................................................................................................ Specialized Supplies ................................................................................................................ 2
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Effective July 1, 2011 Behavioral Support…………………………………………………………………………………..25 General Transportation Services .............................................................................................
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