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10.22.08.00.htm 10.22.08.00. Title 10 MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH Subtitle 22 DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES Chapter 08 Community Residential Services Program Service Plan Authority: Health-General Article, ยง7-714, 7-903, and 7-904, Annotated Code of Maryland
10.22.08.01.htm 10.22.08.01. 01 Additional Regulatory Compliance.. In addition to this chapter, a person who provides residential services to an individual shall comply with the following regulations of this subtitle:A. COMAR 10.22.01;. B. COMAR 10.22.02;. C. COMAR 10.22.03;. D. COMAR 10.22.04;. E. COMAR 10.22.05; and. F. COMAR 10.22.10, when applicable..
10.22.08.02.htm 10.22.08.02. 02 Rationale.. A. Living in the community involves both a wide range of skills and choices about life style.. B. Community residential models accommodate the wide range of choices individuals and their families make about how to live in the community.C. Community residential models are designed to give preference to small and individualized settings.D. Individuals with developmental disabilities have the same range of options about where to live in the community as are ava
10.22.08.03.htm 10.22.08.03. 03 Scope.. A. Current community residential service models include:. 1) Alternative living units (ALU). 2) Group homes;. 3) Individual family care homes (IFC) and. 4) Community supported living arrangements (CSLA). B. A licensee shall make every effort to provide services to an individual according to the individual's choices as identified in the IP.C. The range of community residential service options available to an individual may be limited by resources or lack of avail
10.22.08.04.htm 10.22.08.04. 04 Staffing and Training.. A. A licensee shall provide staffing levels and patterns as determined in the IP.. B. A licensee shall provide or arrange for the provision of training in accordance with COMAR 10.22.02.11.
10.22.08.05.htm 10.22.08.05. 05 Setting and Location.. A. An individual may receive services under this chapter in the individual's own home, in the family's home, in a current residential service model, or in any other service model approved by the Director in accordance with COMAR 10.22.02.09F.B. A licensee providing services under this chapter shall make every effort to provide services that are integrated in neighborhoods and communities.
10.22.08.9999.htm 10.22.08.9999. Administrative History Effective date: July 26, 1999 (26:15 Md. R. 1148).
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