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PDFWAC 388-101D-0630

What must a group training home consider when providing nutritional services?

(1) The group training home must:
(a) Serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner each day;
(b) Provide twenty-four hour access to snacks and beverages, including nutritious options and options preferred by the client;
(c) Provide a special diet, if ordered by a healthcare professional, such as low sodium, general diabetic, and mechanical soft food diets;
(d) Provide prescribed nutrient concentrates and supplements when prescribed in writing by a healthcare practitioner; and
(e) Maintain a sufficient supply of food at all times.  
(2) The group training home must plan meals that accommodate the client's preferences and support the client's choice.
(3) The group training home must provide meals, snacks, and beverages that, if applicable, address each client's:
(a) Nutritional needs;
(b) Food allergies and sensitivities; and
(c) Need for altered diet due to a risk of choking or aspiration.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 71A.12.030, 71A.12.120, 71A.12.040 and 71A.22.010. WSR 18-23-101, § 388-101D-0630, filed 11/20/18, effective 1/1/19.]
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