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4.role and requirements of the division of developmental disabilities
4.role and requirements of the division of developmental disabilities
4.role and requirements of the division of developmental disabilities
4.role and requirements of the division of developmental disabilities
4.role and requirements of the division of developmental disabilities
4.role and requirements of the division of developmental disabilities
4.role and requirements of the division of developmental disabilities
4.role and requirements of the division of developmental disabilities
4.role and requirements of the division of developmental disabilities
4.role and requirements of the division of developmental disabilities
4.role and requirements of the division of developmental disabilities
4.role and requirements of the division of developmental disabilities
4.role and requirements of the division of developmental disabilities
4.role and requirements of the division of developmental disabilities
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4.role and requirements of the division of developmental disabilities

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  1. Role and Requirements of the Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD)
  2. Role and Requirements of the of DDD REPORTING REQUIREMENTS• Documentation and reporting requirements for DDD: – DDD requires the documentation of the implementation of all plan outcomes delivered. – This includes documenting activities and tasks completed during the delivery of attendant care / housekeeping.
  3. Role and Requirements of the of DDD REPORTING REQUIREMENTS• Examples of Documentation for Attendant Care: – Medical Issues – Seizure activity – Signs of illness – Concerns with skin integrity – Injury – Blood sugar levels – Change in behavior – Sudden outbursts – Unsafe behavior, such as self injury – Sadness or depression
  4. Role and Requirements of the of DDD REPORTING REQUIREMENTS• Examples of Documentation for Attendant Care: – Activities / tasks completed – How the person ate – Assistance with hygiene – Repositioning schedule – Assistance with self‐administration of medication (date and time(s)) – Activities in the community – Housekeeping tasks – Incident reports – Attendant Care Monitoring (Initial and Quarterly)
  5. Role and Requirements of the of DDD REPORTING REQUIREMENTS• Examples of Documentation for Attendant Care: – Other documentation: – Recording time and contact hours provided on behalf of the consumer. – Timesheets – Note: The Division of Developmental Disabilities no longer requires submission of monthly documentation of the activities completed while attendant care is provided. However, maintaining ongoing documentation and records of attendant care and housekeeping services provided to each individual continues to be a requirement.
  6. Role and Requirements of the of DDD RESTRICTED BY DDD• Activities that are restricted by the DDD for caregiver: – Cleaning up after parties. – Cleaning up several days of accumulated dishes. – Preparing meals for the whole family. – Routine lawn care. – Major carpet cleaning. – Caring for household pets such as walking the dog Cleaning areas of the home not used by individuals. – Perform skilled medical tasks/nursing tasks. – Insulin injections – Nasogastric (NG) tube feeding – Deep suctioning
  7. Role and Requirements of the of DDD RESTRICTED BY DDD• Activities that are restricted by the DDD for caregiver: – Other Restricted Activities – Caring for siblings or other children in the home – Bringing one’s own children to the worksite – Falsifying any documents; for example, timesheets.
  8. Role and Requirements of the of DDD NON-PROVISION OF SERVICES (NPS)• Notification if unable to report to work as scheduled: – When a provider agency is authorized by DDD to provide a critical service (attendant care, respite, or housekeeping), a back‐up plan that identifies a replacement caregiver is required in the event that a scheduled provider does not show up to work as scheduled for any reason. – The consumer/family has the right to a replacement provider within 2 hours if they choose.
  9. Role and Requirements of the of DDD NON-PROVISION OF SERVICES (NPS)• Who to notify if unable to report to work: – Notify the consumer. – Notify the family. – Notify your employer. – You MUST report to all of the three listed above! – Even if you and the family have made arrangement and the family does not wish to have a replacement, you still notify the employer.
  10. Role and Requirements of the of DDD NON-PROVISION OF SERVICES (NPS)• How soon to notify if unable to report to work: – Notify the consumer, family and your employer as soon as possible when you are unable to work as scheduled
  11. Role and Requirements of the of DDD RESPONSIBILITIES OF ATC caregiver• Safe and sanitary living conditions: – Dusting – Cleaning floors – Cleaning bathrooms – Cleaning Windows – Cleaning oven and refrigerator – Cleaning kitchen – Washing dishes – Changing linens and making beds – Routine maintenance of household appliances – Washing, drying and folding consumer’s laundry – Shopping for and storing household supplies and medications.
  12. Role and Requirements of the of DDD RESPONSIBILITIES OF ATC caregiver• Unusual circumstances may require the following tasks be performed: – Tasks performed to attain safe living conditions: – Heavy Cleaning such as washing walls or ceilings – Yard work such as cleaning the yard and hauling away debris. – Assisting the individual in obtaining and/or caring for basic material needs for water heating and food by: – Hauling water for household use. – Gathering and hauling firewood for household heating or cooking.
  13. Role and Requirements of the of DDD RESPONSIBILITIES OF ATC caregiver– Providing or insuring nutritional maintenance for the individual by: • Planning, shopping and storing food • Cooking foods for nutritious meals.– Assisting with showering, bathing, shampooing, toileting and dressing.– Assisting with transfers to and from wheelchair and/or bed.– Assisting with eating, reminding or encouraging the individual to maintain intake, serving or bringing food to the individual, preparing food for consumption and feeding or assisting the individual with eating.– Assisting with routine ambulation activities.– Assisting with or performing routine nail and skin care.
  14. Role and Requirements of the of DDD RESPONSIBILITIES OF ATC caregiver– Assisting with tasks for the comfort and safety of the individuals with movement restrictions.– Assisting the individual with special appliances and/or prosthetic devices, if the procedure is routine and well established.– Training the individual, family members and/or friends in personal care tasks as appropriate and available.– Referring for appropriate action all individuals who present additional medical or social problems.– Assisting with self‐medication or medication reminders.– Supervising or transporting the individual as a complement to other activities.– Establishing a structured schedule that meets the individual’s needs.

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