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WAC 388-826-0071

What are the responsibilities of the licensed provider supporting a client receiving voluntary placement services?

When a client is receiving voluntary placement services, the licensed provider must:
(1) Ensure the health and safety of the client;
(2) Develop a quarterly report if the client is in a staffed residential home or group care facility for medically fragile children. The quarterly report must include:
(a) A summary of the client's progress toward developing skills identified in the individualized treatment plan;
(b) An update regarding shared parenting, including a summary of family visits;
(c) A summary of incident reports, if any;
(d) School progress, including individualized education program updates;
(e) Any significant changes in the client's condition or prescribed medications; and
(f) A summary of the client's participation in community inclusion activities.
(3) Help develop and implement the shared parenting plan;
(4) Participate in the client's individualized education program;
(5) Develop emergency preparedness plans under WAC 110-145-1670;
(6) Track, and make available to the department upon request, the client's participation in community inclusion activities – if the client is in a staffed residential home - including:
(a) Date of each activity;
(b) Cost of each activity; and
(c) A running balance of the client's community inclusion activities funds;
(7) Retain all client records for at least six years after termination or expiration of their contract; and
(8) Request an assessment for nurse delegation if the client is age eighteen or older and needs medication administration.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 71A.12.030 and 74.13.350. WSR 18-23-004, § 388-826-0071, filed 11/7/18, effective 12/8/18.]
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