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Go back to: Title 47. Welfare, Social Services, and Institutions.
Go back to: Chapter 33. Assisted Living Homes.

Sec. 47.33.240. Evaluation of assisted living plan.
 (a) An assisted living home resident or the resident’s representative, and the home administrator or the administrator’s designee, shall evaluate the resident’s assisted living plan, determine whether the plan is meeting the resident’s reasonable wants and needs, and revise the plan if necessary. At the request of the resident or the resident’s representative, the resident’s service coordinator, if any, and family members may participate in the evaluation. If the assisted living home provides or arranges for the provision of health-related services to a resident, the resident’s evaluation shall be done at three-month intervals. If the assisted living home does not provide or arrange to provide health-related services to a resident, the resident’s evaluation shall be done at least at one-year intervals.

 (b) The administrator or the administrator’s designee shall
     (1) document the results of the evaluation in the resident’s record;

     (2) sign and date any revisions to the resident’s assisted living plan;

     (3) place a copy of the revisions in the resident’s file; and

     (4) provide the resident and the resident’s representative, if any, with a copy of the revisions.

Article 3. Resident’s Rights.

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