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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 22. Social Services
Agency 30. Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services
Chapter 110. Chapter 110 Assessment in Assisted Living Facilities
8/15/2020

22VAC30-110-80. Rating of Levels of Care on the Uniform Assessment Instrument.

A. The rating of functional dependencies on the UAI shall be based on the individual's ability to function in a community environment.

B. For purposes of this chapter, the following abbreviations shall mean: D = dependent; and TD = totally dependent. Mechanical help means equipment or a device or both are used; human help includes supervision and physical assistance. Asterisks (*) denote dependence in a particular function.

1. Activities of daily living.

a. Bathing.

(1) Without help

(2) Mechanical help only

(3) Human help only* (D)

(4) Mechanical help and human help* (D)

(5) Is performed by others* (TD)

b. Dressing.

(1) Without help

(2) Mechanical help only

(3) Human help only* (D)

(4) Mechanical help and human help* (D)

(5) Is performed by others* (TD)

(6) Is not performed* (TD)

c. Toileting.

(1) Without help

(2) Mechanical help only

(3) Human help only* (D)

(4) Mechanical help and human help* (D)

(5) Performed by others* (TD)

(6) Is not performed* (TD)

d. Transferring.

(1) Without help

(2) Mechanical help only

(3) Human help only* (D)

(4) Mechanical help and human help* (D)

(5) Is performed by others* (TD)

(6) Is not performed* (TD)

e. Bowel function.

(1) Continent

(2) Incontinent less than weekly

(3) Ostomy self-care

(4) Incontinent weekly or more* (D)

(5) Ostomy not self-care* (TD)

f. Bladder function.

(1) Continent

(2) Incontinent less than weekly

(3) External device, indwelling catheter, ostomy, self-care

(4) Incontinent weekly or more* (D)

(5) External device, not self-care* (TD)

(6) Indwelling catheter, not self-care* (TD)

(7) Ostomy, not self-care* (TD)

g. Eating/feeding.

(1) Without help

(2) Mechanical help only

(3) Human help only* (D)

(4) Mechanical help and human help* (D)

(5) Performed by others (includes spoon fed, syringe/tube fed, fed by IV)* (TD)

2. Behavior pattern.

a. Appropriate

b. Wandering/passive less than weekly

c. Wandering/passive weekly or more

d. Abusive/aggressive/disruptive less than weekly* (D)

e. Abusive/aggressive/disruptive weekly or more* (D)

3. Instrumental activities of daily living.

a. Meal preparation.

(1) No help needed

(2) Needs help* (D)

b. Housekeeping.

(1) No help needed

(2) Needs help* (D)

c. Laundry.

(1) No help needed

(2) Needs help* (D)

d. Money management.

(1) No help needed

(2) Needs help* (D)

4. Medication administration.

a. Without assistance

b. Administered/monitored by lay person* (D)

c. Administered/monitored by professional staff* (D)

Statutory Authority

§ 51.5-131 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Former 22VAC40-745-80, derived from VR615-46-02 § 2.8, eff. February 1, 1996; renumbered as 22VAC30-110-80, Volume 30, Issue 01, eff. October 9, 2013; amended, Virginia Register Volume 31, Issue 11, eff. February 25, 2015.

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