(1) Adult companion services consist of nonmedical supervision and socialization provided to a person with a developmental disability. Companions may assist or supervise the person with tasks such as meal preparation, laundry, light housekeeping, and shopping but do not perform these activities as discrete services.
(2) Adult companion services must be provided in accordance with a therapeutic goal.
(3) Adult companion services may not be provided concurrent with:
(a) persons in residential settings in which primary care is funded 24/7; or
(b) with personal supports services.