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10.22.05.00.htm 10.22.05.00. Title 10 MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH Subtitle 22 DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES Chapter 05 The Individual Plan Authority: Health-General Article, §7-1002 and 7-1006, Annotated Code of Maryland
10.22.05.01.htm 10.22.05.01. 01 Rationale.. Through an individual directed approach, each individual, with assistance from the individual's team, is the designer of the services and supports reflected in the individual plan (IP) The provision of these services and supports may be influenced by health and safety considerations or resource limitations. This chapter applies to individuals living in the community, FRCs, and SRCs.
10.22.05.02.htm 10.22.05.02. 02 Components of the IP.. A. The IP is:. 1) A single plan for the provision of services and supports to the individual;. 2) Directed by the individual;. 3) Outcome oriented; and. 4) Intended to specify all needed assessments, services, and training.. B. The IP is a written plan which includes:. 1) Strengths and needs of the individual;. 2) Preferences and desires identified by and for the individual;. 3) Services to be provided to the individual by the licensee, such as:.
10.22.05.03.htm 10.22.05.03. 03 Development and Implementation.. A. The resource coordinator, as defined in COMAR 10.22.09, shall ensure that:. 1) Each individual, other than an individual receiving respite services in the community, has an IP that is developed not more than 30 calendar days after receiving services;2) The IP is developed in a manner consistent with the values and outcomes in COMAR 10.22.04, and the provisions of any other relevant State or federal laws;3) Each individual is pro
10.22.05.04.htm 10.22.05.04. 04 Decisions.. A. The team shall make decisions by consensus.. B. If the team cannot reach a consensus, the resource coordinator shall mediate and resolve the issue of concern.C. If the resource coordinator cannot resolve the issue or if there is not a resource coordinator on the team, the appropriate regional director shall mediate and resolve the issue of concern.D. For individuals residing in a State residential center:. 1) If the team cannot reach consensus, the facilit
10.22.05.05.htm 10.22.05.05. 05 Review of the IP.. A. Each IP shall be reviewed and approved, disapproved, or modified by:. 1) The executive officer or administrative head of the licensee or a qualified developmental disability professional whom the executive officer or administrative head designates; and2) One other professional individual who is responsible for carrying out a major program but does not participate in the IP.B. Approval of an IP shall be based on the current needs of the individual..
10.22.05.06.htm 10.22.05.06. 06 Implementation.. The licensee shall implement the supports and services that the licensee has agreed to provide, as indicated in the IP, within 20 calendar days.
10.22.05.9999.htm 10.22.05.9999. Administrative History Effective date: April 13, 1977 (4:8 Md. R. 643). Regulations .01―06 repealed effective November 14, 1988 (15:23 Md. R. 2659) ―. Regulations .01―09, Individualized Habilitation Plans, adopted effective November 14, 1988 (15:23 Md. R. 2659) ―Chapter, Individualized Habilitation Plans, repealed and new chapter, The Individual Plan, adopted effective July 26, 1999 (26:15 Md. R. 1148)Regulation .01 amended as an emergency provision effective July 10, 2008 (3
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