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An assisted living home shall apply for a temporary variance in the manner that the department directs. The application must state the
(1) statute from which the temporary variance is sought for a home with fewer than six residents;
(2) regulation from which the temporary variance is sought;
(3) reason the home is unable to comply with the statute or regulation, and a description of the way the home is not in compliance;
(4) period for which the variance is requested;
(5) applicant's plan for bringing the home into compliance before the expiration of the temporary variance;
(6) applicant's plan for protecting the health and safety of the residents during the period of the variance;
(7) applicant's assurance that the conditions of the home do not present an imminent danger to residents; and
(8) names of the residents of the home and the names and addresses of any representatives of residents.
History: Eff. 7/1/95, Register 134; am 6/24/2004, Register 170
Authority: AS 47.33.920
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