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WAC 388-101D-0695

What rights and protections does a client living in a group training home have?

(1) In addition to the client rights under WAC 388-101D-0125 and 388-823-1095, a client living in a group training home has the right to:
(a) A locking bedroom door, unless it is unsafe for the client and is documented in their person-centered service plan;
(b) Share their bedroom only if they consent;
(c) Furnish and decorate their bedroom within the terms of their written agreement with the group training home;
(d) Retain and use personal possessions, including furniture and clothing, as space permits;
(e) Control their own schedule, with support if indicated in their person-centered service plan;
(f) Meet privately at any time with visitors of their choosing;
(g) Access and review the group training home's certification review results and corrective action plans;
(h) View copies of the group training home's policies and procedures at any time;
(i) View copies of the certification results, inspection reports, and the group training home's plans of correction at any time;
(j) Receive written notice from the group training home of enforcement action that places a hold on referrals for new clients or is related to provisional certification; and
(k) A setting that meets requirements under 42 C.F.R. 441.301 (c)(4).
(2) Each client must sign a written agreement with the group training home. The written agreement must include the client's notice rights for termination of services. The notice rights must not conflict with requirements under WAC 388-101D-0200.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 71A.12.030, 71A.12.120, 71A.12.040 and 71A.22.010. WSR 18-23-101, ยง 388-101D-0695, filed 11/20/18, effective 1/1/19.]
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