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(a) "One-time items" are goods or services that are not included in out-of-home care payments because of high one-time or short-term costs exceeding $100. An out-of-home care provider may request one-time item money for a child placed by the division when there is no other resource for payment.
(b) One-time item money may cover items such as
(1) special cribs, beds, mattresses, or discretionary devices for the handicapped;
(2) special event costs, such as graduation costs or Christmas gift money, if the child is placed less than 90 days before the event;
(3) non-recurring adoption expenses such as the family's one time legal and court costs for adoption and costs for pre-placement visitation and travel.
(c) An out-of-home care provider will not be reimbursed for an expenditure if it was made or incurred before receiving written approval of the one-time request, or if it is included in a rate under 7 AAC 53.050 - 7 AAC 53.060 and 7 AAC 53.365.
(d) Requests by providers for one-time item money must be made to the division in writing.
(e) Out-of-home care providers will be notified within 10 working days of the action taken by the division on the request.
History: Eff. 11/23/78, Register 68; am 7/1/90, Register 114; am 11/16/94, Register 132; am 1/1/2001, Register 156
Authority: AS 47.05.010
Editor's note: The substance of 7 AAC 53.330 was formerly contained in 7 AAC 50.760.
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