HOME DELIVERED MEALS Waiver Workshop. Presented by: Regional and Local Services (RLS) Access and Intake /Area Agency on Aging (A&I/AAA). May 27-28, 2009. HOME DELIVERED MEALS Waiver. Title XIX. Funding Sources. Title XX. Title III(C). Definitions. Common Provider Non-common Provider
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Regional and Local Services (RLS)
Access and Intake /Area Agency
on Aging (A&I/AAA)
May 27-28, 2009
There are six sections to Form 2027.
Complete Form 2027
Describe the area(s) or delivery route(s) that will be affected by this proposed waiver.
Describe the circumstances necessitating this request for a waiver.
Describe the pattern and type of meal delivery under this proposed waiver by including, at a minimum, the following information:
How frequently will a hot meal be delivered to each individual at the individual’s home?
If one or more individuals are unable to safely store and prepare a frozen or shelf-stable meal in the area covered by this proposed waiver, describe the project’s planto continue service to those individuals.
How will the provider notify each individual of the change in the pattern and type of meals to be served?
Notification to each individual in the area affected by this proposed waiver must occur at least 30 calendar days before initiation of the modified meal delivery schedule, unless otherwise requested by the provider and approved by DADS.
If delivery of a meal will occur less frequently than every other day, describe the provider’s method(s) for regularly scheduled contact with individuals receiving alternative meals.
Waiver will affect rate negotiation