document is the support plan. Each resident's support plan is based on the results of the assessment. The support plan is used to record. how. the resident's needs will be met. Complete the assessment portion first, and then use the results to create a support plan. Attach additional pages as necessary. ADULT RESIDENTIAL LICENSING - PERSONAL CARE HOMES RESIDENT-HOME CONTRACT - 55 Pa.Code § 2600.25. resident's annual assessment and support plan attached as Addendum to this contract. 3. The only grounds for discharge or transfer of a .
“Support plans” are your direct line of communication with other members of the care team involved in the day-to-day care for residents. The support plan is the tool that helps you to understand how to care for each individual resident who lives in the home. The plan gives information to the direct care staff on the services needed by each. As such, they are both contained on this single document, the Resident Assessment-Support Plan, or RASP. The left side of the document is the assessment; the right side of the document is the support plan. Adult Residential Licensing – Resident Assessment and Support Plan. For compliance with 55 Pa.Code §§ 2600.225-227.
agency, the resident, or adult residential facilities. (b) (Reserved) (c) (1) “Certificate holder” means a person who has a current administrator’s certificate issued by the Department regardless of whether the person is employed as an administrator in an adult residential facility. The plan will explain if the resident needs help to walk, bathe or dress and the type of help he/she needs. The plan will also explain the social activities and other services that are specially designed for each resident. The support plan must be accessible by direct care staff persons at all times. ©2006 -.
GUIDELINES FOR SUPPORTING ADULTS WITH CHALLENGING BEHAVIORS IN COMMUNITY SETTINGS. A Resource Manual for Georgia’s Community Programs. Serving Persons with Serious and Persistent Mental Health Issues. And Serving Persons with Mental Retardation or Developmental Disabilities. Behavior Supports Manual 1 of 88. A "Behavior Support Plan" (BSP) is a plan that assists a member in building positive behaviors to replace or reduce a challenging/dangerous behavior.This plan may include teaching, improved communication, increasing relationships, and using clinical interventions, etc. When a Behavior Support Plan is not effective in reducing a challenging/dangerous behavior, a Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP.
On this page you will find information for providers of services for adults with developmental disabilities. There are a wide variety of providers including Plan Developers (Service Coordinators), Support Brokers, Developmental Disabilities Agencies, Community Crisis Support providers, Developmental Specialists, and a wide range of Living Facilities and Housing Supports. Adult Family Home Services are community-based services delivered in typical family homes that are licensed by Residential Care Services to support from 2 to 6 residents. Caregivers provide assistance with individualized care tasks that are identified in the resident’s annual assessment and in their Person-Centered Service Plan.