Ill. Admin. Code tit. 77, § 300.163 - Alzheimer's Special Care Disclosure

A facility that offers to provide care for persons with Alzheimer's disease through an Alzheimer's special care unit or center shall disclose to the Department or to a potential or actual client of the facility the following information in writing on request of the Department or client:

a) The form of care or treatment that distinguishes the facility as suitable for persons with Alzheimer's disease;
b) The philosophy of the facility concerning the care or treatment of persons with Alzheimer's disease;
c) The facility's pre-admission, admission, and discharge procedures;
d) The facility's assessment, care planning, and implementation guidelines in the care and treatment of persons with Alzheimer's disease;
e) The facility's minimum and maximum staffing ratios, specifying the general licensed health care provider to client ratio and the trainee health care provider to client ratio;
f) The facility's physical environment;
g) Activities available to clients at the facility;
h) The role of family members in the care of clients at the facility; and
i) The costs of care and treatment under the program or at the center. (Section 15 of the Alzheimer's Special Care Disclosure Act)

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Ill. Admin. Code tit. 77, § 300.163

Added at 23 Ill. Reg. 1103, effective January 15, 1999

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