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

Rule Rule 411-450-0020
Definitions and Acronyms


In addition to the following definitions, OAR 411-317-0000 (General Definitions and Acronyms for Developmental Disabilities Services) includes general definitions for words and terms frequently used in OAR chapter 411, division 450. If a word or term is defined differently in OAR 411-317-0000 (General Definitions and Acronyms for Developmental Disabilities Services), the definition in this rule applies.

(1)

“ADL” means “Activities of Daily Living”.

(2)

“ANA-C” means the “Adult In-Home Support Needs Assessment, Version C”. The Department incorporates the ANA-C into these rules by this reference. The ANA-C is maintained by the Department at: http://www.dhs.state.or.us/spd/tools/dd/cm/ANA%20-%20Adult%20In-home%20-%20v_C.47r.xlsm.

(3)

“ANA/CNA Manual” means the document that describes how to administer an ANA and CNA. The Department incorporates the ANA/CNA Manual, Version 2 into these rules by this reference. The ANA/CNA Manual is maintained by the Department at: http://www.dhs.state.or.us/spd/tools/dd/bpa/ana-cna-manual.pdf.

(4)

“CDDP” means “Community Developmental Disabilities Program”.

(5)

“CNA-C” means the “Child In-Home Support Needs Assessment, Version C”. The Department incorporates the CNA-C into these rules by this reference. The CNA-C is maintained by the Department at: http://www.dhs.state.or.us/spd/tools/dd/cm/CNA%20-%20Child%20In-home%20-%20v_C.47r.xlsm.

(6)

“Class” means group attendant care that is regularly occurring, organized, and structured around specific ADL/IADL supports intended to maintain or enhance an individual’s skill level in the ADL/IADL.

(7)

“Day Support Activities” means attendant care supports, delivered by a provider agency, that happen during scheduled, intentional, structured activities in a non-residential setting. Day support activities focus on maintaining or enhancing the skills an individual needs to engage with the community.

(8)

“DSA” means “Day Support Activities”.

(9)

“Facility-Based” means a service operated at a fixed site owned, operated, or controlled by a service provider where an individual has few or no opportunities to interact with people who do not have a disability except for paid staff.

(10)

“Family”:

(a)

Means a unit of two or more people that includes at least one individual, found to be eligible for developmental disabilities services, where the primary caregiver is:

(A)

A family member as defined in OAR 411-317-0000 (General Definitions and Acronyms for Developmental Disabilities Services); or

(B)

In a domestic relationship where partners share the following:

(i)

A permanent residence.

(ii)

Joint responsibility for the household in general, such as child-rearing, maintenance of the residence, and basic living expenses.

(iii)

Joint responsibility for supporting the individual when the individual is related to one of the partners by blood, marriage, or legal adoption.

(b)

The term “family” is defined as described above for purposes of determining the service eligibility of an individual for community living supports as a resident in the family home.

(11)

“IADL” means “Instrumental Activities of Daily Living”.

(12)

“ISP” means “Individual Support Plan”.

(13)

“OCCS” means the “Office of Client and Community Services”.

(14)

“OSIPM” means “Oregon Supplemental Income Program-Medical”.

(15)

“Primary Caregiver” means the person identified in an ISP as providing the majority of services and support for an individual in the home of the individual.

(16)

“PSW” means “Personal Support Worker”.

(17)

“Service Level” means the maximum number of hours available to an individual for any combination of attendant care, skills training services, or state plan personal care. The service level is determined by a formula embedded in the ANA-C and CNA-C. The formula uses the individual items within the areas measured by the assessment to generate the service level.

(18)

“These Rules” mean the rules in OAR chapter 411, division 450.
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