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PDFWAC 388-76-10355

Negotiated care plan.

The adult family home must use the resident assessment and preliminary care plan to develop a written negotiated care plan. The home must ensure each resident's negotiated care plan includes:
(1) A list of the care and services to be provided;
(2) Identification of who will provide the care and services;
(3) When and how the care and services will be provided;
(4) How medications will be managed, including how the resident will get their medications when the resident is not in the home;
(5) The resident's activities preferences and how the preferences will be met;
(6) Other preferences and choices about issues important to the resident, including, but not limited to:
(a) Food;
(b) Daily routine;
(c) Grooming; and
(d) How the home will accommodate the preferences and choices.
(7) If needed, a plan to:
(a) Follow in case of a foreseeable crisis due to a resident's assessed needs;
(b) Reduce tension, agitation and problem behaviors;
(c) Respond to resident's special needs, including, but not limited to medical devices and related safety plans;
(d) Respond to a resident's refusal of care or treatment, including when the resident's physician or practitioner should be notified of the refusal;
(8) Identification of any communication barriers the resident may have and how the home will use behaviors and nonverbal gestures to communicate with the resident;
(9) A statement of the ability for resident to be left unattended for a specific length of time; and
(10) A hospice care plan if the resident is receiving services for hospice care delivered by a licensed hospice agency.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 70.128.040. WSR 09-03-029, § 388-76-10355, filed 1/12/09, effective 2/12/09. Statutory Authority: RCW 70.128.040 and chapters 70.128 and 74.34 RCW. WSR 07-21-080, § 388-76-10355, filed 10/16/07, effective 1/1/08.]
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