Additional developmental disability services that may be provided
(1) In addition to any other requirements that may be established by rule by the Department of Human Services, each community developmental disabilities program may contract with the department to provide or arrange for the provision of the following basic services to persons with developmental disabilities:
(a) Eligibility determination for developmental disability services.
(b) Access to developmental disability services in homes, work sites or other locations that promote independence, productivity and integration into the community.
(c) Case management services.
(d) Abuse investigation and protective services.
(e) Planning and coordination of activities with other agencies or organizations to ensure the effective and efficient service delivery and use of resources.
(f) Establishing and implementing a process to respond to complaints and grievances.
(g) Other alternative services as prescribed by the department by rule.
(2) Each community developmental disabilities program shall have a written management plan that governs the program’s operating structure, goals and activities.
(3) Each community developmental disabilities program shall have a developmental disability advisory committee.
(4) Subject to the review and approval of the department, a community developmental disabilities program may initiate additional services after the services described in this section are provided. [2011 c.720 §174]
Note: 430.664 (Additional developmental disability services that may be provided) was added to and made a part of 430.610 (Legislative policy) to 430.695 (Treatment of certain receipts as offsets to state funds) by legislative action but was not added to any smaller series therein. See Preface to Oregon Revised Statutes for further explanation.
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