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Individualized service plans. Assessment of resident who requires assisted living services - Conn. Gen. Stat. § 19a-699

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Assisted living services agencies must develop individualized service plans for residents after consulting with the resident and having a registered nurse assess the patient. The plan must “set forth in lay terms the needs of the resident for assisted living services, the providers or intended providers of needed services, the scope, type and frequency of such services, an itemized cost of such services and any other information that Department of Public Health may require.”  Residents, their legal representatives, and a representative of the agency must sign the plan. Residents and the department must be able to inspect the plan, but it must otherwise remain confidential. 

Current as of June 2015