(1) An Individual Program Plan must be developed and implemented for each client. The Individual Program Plan (IPP) must be based on initial history and on-ongoing assessment of the client's needs and must be completed within thirty (30) days of admission.
(2) Documentation of the IPP and of its implementation must be made in the individual client record and must include the following:
(a) The client's name in the IPP;
(b) The date of development of the IPP;
(c) Client Problems specified in the IPP which are to be addressed within the particular service/program component, including treatment and educational components;
(d) Client objectives which are related to specified problems identified in the IPP and which are to be addressed by the particular service/program component;
(e) Interventions addressing goals in the IPP;
(f) Signatures of the staff providing the services;
(g) Participation of client, or parent/guardian where appropriate, in the treatment planning process;
(h) Standardized diagnostic formulation(s), [including, but not limited to, the current Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM) Axes I-V and/or ICD-9] where appropriate; and assessment documentation on file which is updated as recommended by IPP team;
(i) Planned frequency of treatment contacts;
(j) A plan for family involvement in the child's treatment.
(3) An education plan must be developed for each client that conforms to the Rules, Regulations and Minimum Standards of the State Board of Education with an Individualized Education Program (IEP) being developed by an appropriately constituted M-Team for all "qualified students with disabilities";
(4) Documentation of the education plan must be contained in the individual client record;
(5) The education plan may include education services provided either by the facility or by the local education agency;
(6) Education and treatment components must be integrated.


Tenn. Comp. R. & Regs. 0940-05-30-.04
Original rule filed January 11, 1996; effective March 26, 1996 .

Authority: ยงยง 4-4-103, 33-2-504 and 33-1-205(b)(5).

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