Subchapter G. STANDARDS FOR INPATIENT NONHOSPITAL
ACTIVITIESTRANSITIONAL LIVING FACILITIES (TLFs)
709.71. Intake and admission.
709.72. Client records.
709.73. Client management services.
§ 709.71. Intake and admission.
(a) The project director shall develop a written plan providing for intake and admission which includes, but is not limited to:
(1) Criteria for admission.
(2) Guidelines for completion of residency.
(3) Involuntary discharge/termination criteria.
(b) Intake procedures shall include documentation of:
(1) Disclosure to the client of criteria for admission, completion and discharge.
(2) Client orientation to the project which shall include, but not be limited to a familiarization with:
(i) House rules.
(ii) Hours of operation.
(iii) Fee schedule.
(iv) Services provided.
(3) Basic personal data.
§ 709.72. Client records.
(a) There shall be a complete client record on an individual which includes information relative to the clients involvement with the project. This shall include, but not be limited to, the following:
(1) Consent forms.
(2) Client-related correspondence.
(3) Medication records.
(4) Referral contract.
(5) Activity notes.
§ 709.73. Client management services.
The transitional living facilities need not comply with § 709.24(a) (relating to treatment/rehabilitation management). The projects governing body shall instead adopt a written plan for the coordination of residential services which includes, but is not limited to:
(1) Defined target population.
(2) Written procedures for the management of residential services for clients.
§ 709.74. [Reserved].
The provisions of this § 709.74 reserved March 1, 2002, effective March 2, 2002, 32 Pa.B. 1183. Immediately preceding text appears at serial page (210270).
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