(1) Post-acute rehabilitation is the provision of therapeutic intervention to a consumer with brain injury or other related disability in a residential or nonresidential setting. Post-acute rehabilitation assists in reducing the dependency of the consumer and in facilitating the integration of the consumer into the community.
(2) Post-acute rehabilitation may include:
(a) consultative clinical and therapeutic services as specified at ARM 37.40.1465;
(b) chemical dependency counseling as specified at ARM 37.40.1466;
(c) therapeutic recreational activities;
(d) nutrition services as specified in ARM 37.40.1476;
(e) nonmedical transportation as specified at ARM 37.40.1488; and
(3) An entity providing post-acute rehabilitation services must be under the direction of an interdisciplinary team consisting of a licensed psychologist, a licensed neuropsychologist, a board-certified physiatrist, therapists, and other appropriate support staff.
(4) An entity providing post-acute rehabilitation services must be accredited or in the process of becoming accredited by the commission on accreditation of rehabilitation facilities (CARF) as a community reentry program for persons with brain injury.