Licensed ICFs/DD are responsible under the ICF/DD contract with DHS, contracts and understandings with counties and legal authority for the following:
1. Admit people;
• Who meet level of care requirements
• Whose needs for active treatment the ICF/DD can meet
2. Assure case managers are aware of people's conditions so:
• Individual Service Plans are current and relevant
• Formal and informal goals meet active treatment requirements
3. Comply with statutory requirements regarding termination of services.
• Complete requests based on specific change of conditions
• Utilize funds to provide services as approved
4. Coordinate with DT&H providers to assure the provision of active treatment using consistent and quality training and adaptive equipment.
5. Coordinate with services during the day or retirement option providers to meet all active treatment requirements.
6. Distribute legislative provider rate changes according to statutory requirements.
7. If eligible for special needs funding:
8. Provide required reports using DHS guidelines and forms.
9. Request county consideration of closure, downsizing or relocation proposals to meet requests/identified needs of persons living at the ICFs/DD.