Chapter 388-829A WAC

Last Update: 6/24/14

ALTERNATIVE LIVING

WAC Sections

PURPOSE
388-829A-005What is the purpose of this chapter?
DEFINITIONS
388-829A-010What definitions apply to this chapter?
ALTERNATIVE LIVING SERVICES
388-829A-020What are alternative living services?
388-829A-030What type of training and support may the alternative living service provider offer?
388-829A-040Who is eligible to receive alternative living services?
388-829A-050Who is eligible to contract with DDD to provide alternative living services?
388-829A-060Who may not be contracted to provide alternative living services?
388-829A-070Where must alternative living services be provided?
388-829A-080How many hours of alternative living services may a client receive?
388-829A-090May an alternative living provider claim reimbursement for more than one client at a time?
388-829A-100May an alternative living provider offer personal care or respite services?
PROVIDER QUALIFICATIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
388-829A-110What minimum skills and abilities must alternative living procedures demonstrate?
388-829A-120What values must alternative living providers focus on when implementing the ISP?
388-829A-130What rights do clients of DDD have?
PROVIDER TRAINING
388-829A-140What training must be completed before becoming an alternative living provider?
388-829A-150What training must an alternative living provider complete within the first ninety days of serving the client?
388-829A-160What training must an alternative living provider complete after the first year of service?
PROVIDER RECORDS
388-829A-170What information must alternative living providers keep in their records?
388-829A-180What written reports must be submitted to DDD?
388-829A-190What are the requirements for entries in the client record maintained by the alternative living provider?
388-829A-200How long must an alternative living provider keep client records?
388-829A-210Are clients' records considered confidential?
ABUSE AND NEGLECT
388-829A-220Are alternative living providers mandatory reporters?
388-829A-230How must alternative living providers report abuse and neglect?
EMERGENCY PLANNING
388-829A-240What must alternative living providers do in an emergency?
INDIVIDUAL SUPPORT PLAN
388-829A-250What is an individual support plan (ISP)?
TRANSPORTATION
388-829A-260Are alternative living providers responsible to transport a client?
388-829A-270What requirements must be met before an alternative living provider transports a client?
OVERSIGHT AND MONITORING OF ALTERNATIVE LIVING SERVICES
388-829A-280How will DDD monitor alternative living services?
TERMINATION AND DENIAL OF AN ALTERNATIVE LIVING CONTRACT
388-829A-290When may DDA decline to authorize payment or terminate a contract for alternative living services?
388-829A-300When must DDA deny the client's choice of an alternative living provider?
388-829A-310What if the alternative living provider no longer wants to provide services to a client?
APPEAL RIGHTS
388-829A-320What are the client's rights if DDD denies, or terminates an alternative living services contract?
388-829A-330Does the provider of alternative living services have a right to an administrative hearing?
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