(1) Reimbursable case management services for persons age 16 and over with developmental disabilities are:
(a) service coordination which includes the following:
(i) assessment and evaluation of the appropriateness and need for case management and other community services for which the client might be eligible;
(ii) assistance in accessing and obtaining needed services as requested by the client;
(iii) assisting the client's entry into services; and
(iv) monitoring and follow up services received by the client.
(b) planning which includes the following:
(i) development, facilitation, coordination, and monitoring of an individual plan (IP) for the client.
(c) crisis intervention which includes the following:
(i) crisis intervention for personal, financial, social, legal, or medical crisis; and
(ii) preventative problem solving with the client and where appropriate the client's family to prevent a crisis.
(d) quality of life which includes the following:
(i) building of personal relationship, communication, trust, and a basic understanding of the client as a unique human being by establishing a rapport with the client and the client's family and friends;
(ii) getting an understanding for how the client is doing or for how client wants to be doing; and
(iii) conducting a quality of life assessment for the client.
(2) Case management services for persons age 16 and over with developmental disabilities are available without geographic limitation.