§ 6100.303. Involuntary transfer or change of provider.
(a) The following are the only grounds for a change in a provider or a transfer of an individual against the individuals wishes:
(1) The individual is a danger to the individuals self or others, at the particular service location, even with the provision of supplemental services.
(2) The individuals needs have changed, advanced or declined so that the individuals needs cannot be met by the provider, even with the provision of supplemental services.
(3) Meeting the individuals needs would require a significant alteration of the providers program or building.
(4) Closure of the service location.
(b) The provider may not transfer an individual to another service provider against the individuals wishes in response to an individuals exercise of rights, voicing choices or concerns or in response to a complaint.
This section cited in 55 Pa. Code § 6100.304 (relating to written notice); and 55 Pa. Code § 6100.804 (relating to base-funding).
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