Current through Reg. 48, No. 66; April 5, 2022
"Community supported living arrangements
(CSLA)" means a Medicaid state plan optional service. The following services
are available through CSLA funding:
Supported living coaching,
Personal assistance, and
(2) "CLSA provider" means a provider that is
certified by the Agency and is also enrolled with Medicaid as a provider of
Community Supported Living Arrangements services.
(3) "Environmental modification" means minor
additions or changes to the homes of eligible individuals to allow access,
including ramps, grab rails in the bathroom, shower or kitchen, raised toilet
seats, transfer devices or other minor physical modifications.
(4) "Immediate family" means spouse,
children, parents and siblings, including stepchildren, stepparents,
stepsiblings and in-laws.
"Individual" means an adult who has developmental disabilities, who is a client
of the Agency as defined in Chapter 393, F.S., and who is receiving supported
assistance services" means personal services for assistance in activities of
daily living, including assistance in bathing, grooming, dressing,
transferring, food preparation, eating and routine household
(7) "Provider" means
an individual vendor, agency or direct service staff of an agency certified by
the Agency to provide supported living services.
(8) "Support plan" means a plan of supports
and services for the individual developed in such a manner whereby the
individual controls and directs the process. The support plan identifies the
preferences and needs of the individual and authorizes the supports, resources
and services necessary to meet those preferences and needs.
"Supported living coaching" means:
(a) Assistance with tasks;
(b) Training of skills;
(c) Performance of activities with or on
behalf of the person; and
Coordination of natural supports and generic community resources.
(10) "Support coordinator" means a
person who is designated by the Agency to assist individuals in identifying
their desires, capacities, needs and resources; find and gain access to
necessary supports and services; coordinate the delivery of supports and
services; advocate on behalf of the individual, and provide other assistance
and support as defined in Section 393.063, F.S.
(11) "Supported living services" means the
provision of supports necessary for an adult who has a developmental disability
to establish, live in and maintain his or her own household in the community.
For purposes of this rule, supported living services include supported living
coaching provided through state general revenue funds, the CSLA Medicaid state
plan option and the Developmental Disabilities Home and Community-Based