(1) Supported living is the provision of supportive services to a recipient residing in an individual residence or in a group living situation. It is a comprehensive service designed to support a person with brain injury or other severe disability.
(2) Supported living services may include:
(a) independent living evaluation;
(b) service coordination;
(c) 24 hour supervision of the person;
(d) health and safety supervision;
(e) homemaking services as specifed at ARM 37.40.1450;
(f) day habilitation as specified at ARM 37.40.1448;
(g) habilitation aide as specified at ARM 37.40.1448;
(h) behavioral programming as specified at 37.40.1465;
(i) supported employment as specified at ARM 37.40.1448;
(j) prevocational training as specified at ARM 37.40.1448;
(k) nonmedical transportation as specified at ARM 37.40.1488; and
(l) specially trained attendants as specified at ARM 37.40.1449.
(3) An entity providing supported living services must meet the following criteria:
(a) be accredited by the commission on accreditation of rehabilitation facilities (CARF) or by the council on quality in the areas of integrated living, congregate living, personal, social and community services, community employment services and work services; and
(b) have 2 years experience in providing services to persons with physical disabilities.
(4) This service must be prior authorized by the department.