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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 22. Social Services
Agency 30. Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services
Chapter 30. Provision of Independent Living Rehabilitation Services
7/6/2020

22VAC30-30-280. Standards for Service Providers.

A. In providing IL services to individuals with significant disabilities, service providers shall comply with:

1. The written standards for IL service providers established by the DSU required by subsections B and C of this section; and

2. All applicable state or federal license or certification requirements.

B. The DSU shall develop, establish, make available to the public, maintain, and implement written minimum standards for the provision of:

1. IL services to be met by service providers that are not centers; and

2. Specialized IL services to individuals with significant disabilities by centers under a contract with the DSU. These minimum standards may differ from the standards and assurances in § 725 of the Act, 22VAC30-30-171, and 22VAC30-30-181.

C. The DSU shall assure that participating service providers meet all applicable state licensure or certification requirements.

Statutory Authority

§ 51.5-14 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from Volume 20, Issue 09, eff. February 11, 2004.

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