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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 22. Social Services
Agency 40. Department of Social Services
Chapter 221. Additional Daily Supervision Rate Structure

22VAC40-221-60. Reviews.

A representative of the child, including the foster parent or guardian ad litem, may request a review of the results of the rate assessment tool by the director of the LDSS that holds custody, if he feels the tool did not correctly identify the needs of the child. The director may not adjust the rate but may request a new assessment.

1. The representative shall have five business days to request a review.

2. The LDSS director or designee has 15 business days to conduct an administrative review of the request and may concur with the original decision or may order a new administration of the tool. The re-administration may occur by phone or videoconferencing.

3. The individual administering the rate assessment tool has 10 business days to re-administer the tool if requested by the director.

4. If the re-administration of the tool indicates a higher or lower payment rate, that rate shall take effect on the first day of the subsequent month.

Statutory Authority

§ 63.2-217 of the Code of Virginia; 42 USC § 673.

Historical Notes

Derived from Virginia Register Volume 30, Issue 6, eff. January 1, 2014.

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