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WAC 388-828-5080

How does DDD determine your adjusted protective supervision acuity score?

DDD determines your adjusted protective supervision acuity score by applying the following age-based score adjustments to your level of monitoring score for question number one in WAC 388-828-5060:
If you are:
Then your age-based score adjustment is:
18 years or older
Score is equal to your level of monitoring score
16-17 years of age
Subtract 2 from your level of monitoring score
12-15 years of age
Subtract 3 from your level of monitoring score
8-11 years of age
Subtract 4 from your level of monitoring score
5-7 years of age
Subtract 5 from your level of monitoring score
0-4 years of age
Subtract 6 from your level of monitoring score
If your adjusted level of monitoring score is a negative number, your adjusted protective supervision acuity score is zero.
Example: If you are fifteen years old and "close proximity, (e.g., 1-2 hours, structured)" is identified as your level of monitoring score, your adjusted protective supervision acuity score is: Your close proximity score of four minus age-based score adjustment of three. For age twelve through fifteen, this equals an adjusted protective supervision score of one.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 71A.12.30 [71A.12.030] and Title 71A RCW. WSR 08-12-037, § 388-828-5080, filed 5/30/08, effective 7/1/08; WSR 07-10-029, § 388-828-5080, filed 4/23/07, effective 6/1/07.]
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