WAC 392-172A-01035: - wac codes for developmentally disabled adults

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Chapter 388-826 WAC Voluntary Placement Services Chapter 388-829C WAC Companion Homes PURPOSE This policy describes the procedures to be used by community residential service providers who contract with the Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA) to support peoplef with developmental disabilities who use medications. SCOPE. What is the definition of "DDA-paid services" in WAC 388-823-1010? 388-823-1020: Can DDA terminate my eligibility if I no longer am a resident of the state of Washington? 388-823-1030: How will I know that my eligibility is expiring or is due for review? 388-823-1060: .

substance use disorders, and chapter 388-877C WAC for problem and pathological gambling. (3) The department requires all agencies and providers affected by this rule to fully comply with the applicable requirements in chapter 388-877 WAC, chapter 388-877A WAC, chapter 388-877B WAC, and chapter 388-877C WAC no later than September 1, 2013. Washington Administrative Code. State agencies adopt rules called Washington Administrative Code (WAC) to implement state and federal law. A rule is an agency interpretation of a statute. Rules establish regulations for the agency and the public and have the effect of law. DDA Filings and Rules.

WAC 392-172A-01035. Child with a disability or student eligible for special education. (1)(a) Child with a disability or as used in this chapter, a student eligible for special education means a student who has been evaluated and determined to need special education because of having a disability in one of the following eligibility categories. WAC 182-501-0065 Health care coverage -- Description of service categories. Effective July 25, 2019 This rule provides a brief description of the medical, dental, mental health, and substance use disorder (SUD) service categories listed in the table in WAC 182-501-0060. The description of services under each category is not intended to be all inclusive.

(c) Any conviction record to aid in the investigation and prosecution of child, developmentally disabled person, and vulnerable adult abuse cases and to protect children and adults from further incidents of abuse, upon the request of a law enforcement agency, the office of the attorney general, prosecuting authority, or the department of social.