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Day Treatment and Training Child (After School)

Service Description


Day Treatment and TrainingA service that provides specialized sensory-motor, cognitive, communicative, social interaction and behavioral training to promote skill development for some portion of a 24-hour day.

We can provide transportation.


Service Requirements and Limitations

  1. This service shall not be provided in a group home or a developmental home (child or adult).
  2. This service shall not be provided when the consumer is hospitalized.
  3. This service shall not be provided to consumers living in skilled nursing facilities, non-state operated ICFs/MR, or Level I or Level II behavioral health facilities.
  4. This service is not intended to provide daycare relief to caregivers, but to actually provide a habilitative opportunity for the consumer.
  5. After-school program services are provided in a Qualified Vendor owned, leased, or a pulicly available setting, where the children participating have been identified as participating in a supervised program. The setting must be inspected by the Department's Office of Licensing, Certification, and Regulation and approved by the Division.
  6. This service is designed to allow children to participate in habilitative activities in an appropriate structred after-school program. In assessing the need for this service the ISP team should consider whether there are age-appropriate integrated structured programs available.
  7. This service in no way should be construed to discourage a child from participating in an integrated after-school program. When a consumer child is participating in an integrated program (appropriate habilitative goals must be developed, implemented, and achievable) and other child participants do not have developmental disabilities, the applicable hourly rate will be assumed to be at the 1:2.5 to 1:4.5 staff to consumer ratio. Billing requirements pertaining to documentation of staff-to-client ratios are waived to the Qualified Vendor under these circumstances.
  8. Service is considered to be habilitation.

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Day Treatment and Training Child (Summer)

Service Description


A service that provides specialized sensory-motor, cognitive, communicative, social interation and behavioral training to promote skill development for some portion of a 24-hour day.

We can provide transportation.

 Service Requirements and Limitations

  1. This service shall not be provided in a group home or a developmental home (child or adult).
  2. This service shall not be provided when the consumer is hospitalized.
  3. This service shall not be provided to consumers living in skilled nursing facilities, non-state operated ICfs/MR, or Level I or Level II behavioral health facilities.
  4. This service is not intended to provide day care relief to caregivers, but to actually provide a habilitative opportunity for the consumer.
  5. Day program services are provided in a Qualified Vendor owned or leased setting or a publically available setting, where the children participating have been identified as participating in a supervised program.  The setting must be inspected the Department's Office of Licensing, Certification, and Regulation.
  6. This service is designed to allow children to participate in habilitative activities when a school program is not available for a summer furlough.  If a summer school program is available the Individual Support Plan (ISP) team should assess most beneficial option for the consumer.
  7. This service in no way should be construed to discourage a child from participating in an integrated summer program. When a consumer child is participating in an integrated program (appropriate habilitative goals must be developed, implemented, and achievable) and other child participants do not have developmental disabilities, the applicable hourly rate will be assumed to be at the  1:2.5 to 1:4.5 staff to consumer ratio.  Billing requirements pertaining to documentation of staff to client ratios are waived to the Qualififed Vendor under these circumstances.
  8. Service is considered to be habilitation.  Since this service is typically provided in a planned and structured manner, if the consumer does not intend to consistently and fully participate on a daily basis as the program is scheduled, the ISP team may want to determine if this service is appropriate.

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Day Treatment and Training Child (Adult)

Service Description

A service that provides specialized sensory -motor, cognitive, communicative, social interaction and behavioral training to promote skill development for some portion of a 24-hour day.

We can provide transportation.

Service Requirements and Limitations

  1. This service shall not be provided in a group home or a developmental home (child or adult).
  2. This service shall not be provided when the consumer is hospitalized.
  3. This service shall not be provided to consumers living in skilled nursing facilities, non-state operated ICFs/MR, or Level I or Level II behavioral health facilities.
  4. Day program services are provided in a Qualified Vendor owned or leased setting, where the majority of the individuals have disabilities and are supervised by paid Qualified Vendor staff. The setting must be inspected/approved by the Department's Office of Licensing, Certification, and Regulation.
  5. The primary use of the setting shall be for the operation of a day program, not as a permanent residence. Exceptions to this requirement must be approved by District Program Manager/designee.
  6. Service is considered to be habilitation.

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