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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 12. Health
Agency 30. Department Of Medical Assistance Services
Chapter 122. Community Waiver Services for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities
6/21/2021

12VAC30-122-240. Services covered in the Building Independence Waiver.

A. The Building Independence Waiver is designed to support individuals who reside in an integrated, independent living arrangement who can be supported through the provision of a minimal level of supports.

B. The services covered in the Building Independence Waiver for adults who are 18 years of age or older shall be:

1. Assistive technology service (12VAC30-122-270).

2. Benefits planning service (12VAC30-122-280).

3. Center-based crisis support service (12VAC30-122-290).

4. Community-based crisis support service (12VAC30-122-300).

5. Community coaching service (12VAC30-122-310).

6. Community engagement service (12VAC30-122-320).

7. Community guide service (12VAC30-122-330).

8. Crisis support service (12VAC30-122-350).

9. Electronic home-based support service (12VAC30-122-360).

10. Environmental modifications service (12VAC30-122-370).

11. Group day service (12VAC30-122-380).

12. Group and individual supported employment service (12VAC30-122-400).

13. Independent living support service (12VAC30-122-420).

14. Employment and community transportation service (12VAC30-122-440).

15. Peer mentor supports service (12VAC30-122-450).

16. Personal emergency response system service (12VAC30-122-470).

17. Shared living service (12VAC30-122-510).

18. Transition service (12VAC30-122-560).

C. Services shall be rendered in compliance with all of the requirements set out in 12VAC30-122-120 and the DD Waivers policy manual. Providers claims for reimbursement shall be supported by record documentation in accordance with federal requirements and DMAS regulatory requirements. Claims not supported by documentation in the record may be subject to recovery of expenditures.

Statutory Authority

§ 32.1-325 of the Code of Virginia; 42 USC § 1396 et seq.

Historical Notes

Derived from Virginia Register Volume 37, Issue 14, eff. March 31, 2021.

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