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PDFWAC 388-833-0030

How is a decision made for participation in the intensive habilitation services for children program?

(1) Placement in the intensive habilitation services (IHS) for children program is only considered when there are no other DDA services available that can safely and appropriately meet the individual's needs.
(2) Through a referral process, review and discussion, the IHS review team determines whether the individual needs the level of service provided in the program. When there are multiple clients requesting the IHS program services, placement is offered at the sole discretion of the IHS review team to the client who currently demonstrates the greatest need for services.
(3) DDA and the family/legal representative must be in agreement about the need for IHS and that placement in the program is in the client's best interest.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 71A.12.030 and 34.05.353 (1)(c). WSR 21-14-088, § 388-833-0030, filed 7/7/21, effective 8/7/21. Statutory Authority: RCW 71A.12.030 and 2011 1st sp.s. c 30. WSR 15-08-081, § 388-833-0030, filed 3/31/15, effective 5/1/15.]
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