(1) Comprehensive day treatment is the provision of therapeutic intervention to a recipient with brain injury on a week day basis in a non-residential setting. Comprehensive day treatment assists in reducing the dependency of the recipient and in facilitating the integration of the recipient into the community.
(2) Comprehensive day treatment services may include:
(a) cognitive rehabilitation as specified at ARM 37.40.1467;
(b) behavioral programming as specified at ARM 37.40.1465;
(c) chemical dependency counseling as specified at ARM 37.40.1466;
(d) therapeutic recreational activities;
(e) nutrition services as specified in ARM 37.40.1476;
(f) nonmedical transportation as specified at ARM 37.40.1488; and
(3) An entity providing comprehensive day treatment services, must provide services from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. during the 5 working days of the week.
(4) An entity providing comprehensive day treatment 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.
(5) An entity providing comprehensive day treatment 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.
(6) This service must be prior authorized by the department.