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What is training and counseling?

(1) Training and counseling is professional assistance provided to families to help meet your specific needs as outlined in your person-centered service plan (PCSP) including:
(a) Health and medication monitoring;
(b) Positioning and transfer;
(c) Augmentative communication systems; and
(d) Family counseling.
(2) To provide training and counseling, a provider must be:
(a) Contracted with the developmental disabilities administration (DDA) for the service specified in the client's PCSP; and
(b) One of the following licensed, registered, or certified professionals:
(i) Audiologist;
(ii) Certified American Sign Language instructor;
(iii) Certified dietician;
(iv) Licensed practical nurse;
(v) Marriage and family therapist;
(vi) Mental health counselor;
(vii) Nutritionist;
(viii) Occupational therapist;
(ix) Physical therapist;
(x) Psychologist;
(xi) Registered counselor;
(xii) Registered nurse;
(xiii) Sex offender treatment provider;
(xiv) Social worker; or
(xv) Speech and language pathologist.
(3) The following limits apply to training and counseling:
(a) DDA does not pay for attendance or room and board; and
(b) DDA does not pay for conference registration.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 71A.12.030 and 71A.12.161. WSR 18-14-002, § 388-832-0265, filed 6/20/18, effective 7/21/18. Statutory Authority: RCW 71A.12.030, 71A.12.040, and 2007 c 283. WSR 08-16-121, § 388-832-0265, filed 8/5/08, effective 9/5/08.]
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