Iowa Admin. Code r. 641-56.1 - Definitions

For purposes of this chapter, the following definitions apply:

"Assessment" means the review of the consumer's current functioning with regard to the consumer's situation, needs, strengths, abilities, desires and goals.

"Brain injury services waiver" means the state's medical assistance home- and community-based services waiver for persons with brain injury.

"Consumer " means an individual who has applied for and been found eligible to participate in the waiver-eligible component or the cost-share component of the brain injury services program.

"Cost share " means the portion an individual is responsible to pay for services received by the individual.

"Countable income, " when determining initial and ongoing eligibility for the brain injury services program, means all earned and unearned income, unless specifically exempted in 441-subrule 86.2(2).

"Department" means the Iowa department of public health.

"Family size, " for purposes of establishing initial and ongoing eligibility under the brain injury services program, means all persons living together who are children and who are parents of those children as defined in 441-subrule 86.2(3).

"Program administrator" means the division of behavioral health and professional licensure within the department of public health.


Iowa Admin. Code r. 641-56.1

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