Residential Level Transitions: Levels III and IV. Christina Carter DMHDDSAS October 2009. Budget Reductions. FY 2010 budget greatly reduces funding levels for Child Residential Level III and Level IV services for both Medicaid and state funded consumers. System of Care Response.
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Residential Level Transitions: Levels III and IV
By Mutual Agreement
Committed to System of Care (SOC).
All Child and Family Team meetings follow this basic Agenda:
Most recent ITRCurrent Person Centered Plan Risk Questionnaire Other Clinical & Medical Info
***In cases when this is not possible, a care coordinator will be in close contact with the Community Support Qualified Professional convening the team.
critical for triage, planning, and development of the transition plan.
CS QP identifies appropriate supports for the
child/youth through transition.
the CS QP works with the individual and her/his parent and/or legally responsible person to select a provider agency which meets the needs of the individual.
2. Appropriate training for family members
3.Appropriate services Intensive In-Home (IIH) or Multi-Systemic Therapy (MST)
**The CS QP continues to monitor the progress of the individual in the
A. Part of the initial or reauthorization request for all child residential services.
B. Required in order for the request to be considered complete
C. Failure to submit a complete discharge plan will result in the request being returned as “Unable to Process.”
All concurrent authorization requests require the following:
For More Information on the Residential III and IV Transition Process, go to:
--John Fitzgerald Kennedy