Oregon Department of Human Services, Aging and People with Disabilities and Developmental Disabilities

Rule Rule 411-300-0100
Statement of Purpose


(1)

The rules in OAR chapter 411, division 300 prescribe standards, responsibilities, and procedures for the Department to partner with families and community partners in the delivery of specialized in-home services through a combination of Community First Choice state plan services and one of three Children’s Intensive In-Home Services (CIIS) Programs.

(2)

CIIS programs are comprised of three 1915(c) Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS) Model Waivers:

(a)

Behavioral Model Waiver services are exclusively intended for a child with an intellectual or developmental disability with significant behaviors as indicated by the Behavior Criteria who require an ICF/ID level of care.

(b)

Medically Fragile Model Waiver services are exclusively intended for a child with significant medical needs as indicated by the Medically Fragile Clinical Criteria who require a hospital level of care.

(c)

Medically Involved Model Waiver services are exclusively intended for a child with significant medical needs as indicated by the Medically Involved Children’s Waiver Criteria who require a nursing facility level of care.

(3)

The goals of CIIS are to:

(a)

Provide appropriate supports and services to ensure health and safety in the family home;

(b)

Maximize independence and increase the ability to engage in a life that is fully integrated into the community; and

(c)

Prevent out-of-home placement of the child.

(4)

CIIS complement and supplement the services that are available through the State Medicaid Plan and other federal, state, and local programs as well as the natural supports that families and communities provide.

(5)

CIIS are delivered in a setting that is in compliance with OAR 411-004-0020 (Home and Community-Based Services and Settings)(1).
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