Section 5126.14 | Administrative oversight.
The entity responsible for the habilitation management included in adult day habilitation services, the program management included in residential services, and the program management included in supported living shall provide administrative oversight by doing all of the following:
(A) Having available supervisory personnel to monitor and ensure implementation of all interventions in accordance with every individual service plan implemented by the staff who work with the individuals receiving the services;
(B) Providing appropriate training and technical assistance for all staff who work with the individuals receiving services;
(C) Communicating with service and support administration staff for the purpose of coordinating activities to ensure that services are provided to individuals in accordance with individual service plans and intended outcomes;
(D) Monitoring for unusual and major unusual incidents and cases of abuse, neglect, exploitation, or misappropriation of funds involving the individual under the care of staff who are providing the services; taking immediate actions as necessary to maintain the health, safety, and welfare of the individuals receiving the services; and providing notice of unusual and major unusual incidents and suspected cases of abuse, neglect, exploitation, or misappropriation of funds to the county board of developmental disabilities;
(E) Performing other administrative duties as required by state or federal law or by the county board of developmental disabilities through contracts with providers.
Available Versions of this Section
- October 6, 2009 – Senate Bill 79 - 128th General Assembly [ View October 6, 2009 Version ]