Conn. Agencies Regs. § 10-295-2 - Services to be provided

Current through March 4, 2022

(a) Types of services to be provided

Specialized public and private facilities: To the extent funding permits, deaf-blind adults served will receive special training programs from which they can profit. This funding will not be used to support basic care, which includes-room, board and clothing. Funding is to be used to provide appropriate supplemental training programs as defined in these regulations and shall not be used when other programs are available for payment.

There will be periodic formal evaluation of progress, not less than annually, to assess the appropriateness of the present program as well as potential for higher levels of programming. The goal of services will be to maximize independent functioning, develop residence programs, and support special training programs at current placements until such time as appropriate community residence programs become available.

(b) Follow up: The board of education and services for the blind coordinator shall maintain a follow up on those students included in the planning who become inactive and who remain in Connecticut. Annually, a follow up effort will be made to determine current status and offer services if appropriate.

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Conn. Agencies Regs. § 10-295-2
Effective March 18, 1988; Amended May 9, 2011

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