(1) An adult is eligible for state funded adult intensive services if the person has a developmental disability, has one or more of the characteristics listed in (2) and, without intensive adult services, would be in jeopardy of placement in an ICF/MR due to the inability of the services available to maintain the person in community-based services without additional resources.
(2) Characteristics of persons with developmental disabilities in need of intensive services are:
(a) severe/profound mental retardation, including extreme deficiencies in self-care and daily living skills as compared to age peers;
(b) significant maladaptive social or interpersonal behavior patterns which require an ongoing supervised program of intervention; or
(c) severe medical or health related problems such as sensory or physical deficits requiring substantial care.
(3) The person must be determined by the field services specialist or intensive services review committee to meet the eligibility requirements for intensive services.