Kan. Admin. Regs. § 26-43-203 - General services

Current through Register Vol. 41, No. 14, April 7, 2022

(a) Range of services. The administrator or operator of each adult day care facility shall ensure the provision or coordination of the range of services specified in each resident's negotiated service agreement. The range of services may include the following:
(1) Daily meal service based on each resident's needs;
(2) health care services based on an assessment by a licensed nurse and in accordance with K.A.R. 26-43-204;
(3) medical, dental, and social transportation;
(4) planned group and individual activities that meet the needs and interests of each resident; and
(5) other services necessary to support the health and safety of each resident.
(b) Special care. Any administrator or operator of an adult day care facility may choose to serve residents who do not exceed the facility's admission and retention criteria and who have special needs in a special care section of the facility or the entire facility, if the administrator or operator ensures that all of the following conditions are met:
(1) Written policies are developed and procedures are implemented for the operation of the special care section or facility.
(2) Admission and discharge criteria are in effect that identify the diagnosis, behavior, or specific clinical needs of the residents to be served. The medical diagnosis, medical care provider's progress notes, or both shall justify admission to the special care section or the facility.
(3) A medical care provider's written order is obtained for admission.
(4) The functional capacity screening indicates that the resident would benefit from the services and programs offered by the special care section or facility.
(5) Before the resident's admission to the special care section or facility, the resident or resident's legal representative is informed, in writing, of the available services and programs that are specific to the needs of the resident.
(6) Direct care staff are present in the special care section or facility at all times.
(7) Before assignment to the special care section or facility employment, each staff member is provided with a training program related to specific needs of the residents to be served, and evidence of completion of the training is maintained in the employee's personnel records.
(8) Living, dining, activity, and recreational areas are provided within the special care section, except when residents are able to access living, dining, activity, and recreational areas in another section of the facility.
(9) The control of exits in the special care section is the least restrictive possible for the residents in the section.
(c) Maintenance. Designated staff shall provide routine maintenance, including the control of pests and rodents, and repairs in common areas inside and outside the facility.
(d) Services not provided. If an administrator or operator of an adult day care facility chooses not to provide or coordinate any service as specified in subsection (a), the administrator or operator shall notify the resident, in writing, on or before the resident's admission to the facility.

Notes

Kan. Admin. Regs. § 26-43-203
Authorized by and implementing K.S.A. 39-932; effective May 29, 2009.

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