(1) Personal supports service assist the person in carrying out daily living tasks and other activities essential for living in the community and provide supervision and monitoring to ensure the person's health and safety.
(2) Personal supports may assist the person with:
(a) ensuring the person's health and safety;
(b) accessing the community;
(c) development of self-advocacy skills;
(d) identifying and sustaining a personal support network;
(e) household activities necessary to maintain the home-living environment;
(f) home maintenance activities;
(g) maintaining employment; and
(h) accessing opportunities.
(3) Personal supports may only be provided to a person self-directing services.
(4) Waiver services which overlap with the activities of personal supports may not be provided concurrently with personal supports including:
(a) live-in caregiver;
(b) adult companion;
(c) extended personal care services; and
(d) homemaker services.