REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL All Level 1 Waiver Providers Michael Null, Service and Support Administration Assistant Director Susan Vecchio, Service and Support Administrator June 6, 2013 Client: # 362 This person is a twenty four year old verbal female who requires less than 24-hour supervision. She requires physical assistance in areas including safety, personal income, and community access. The family requests visual supervision while in the community. She enjoys shopping at the mall, going to movies and going out to eat, karaoke, bowling, swimming, picnics, dances and walks in the park. She currently resides with her parents and brother and is in need of services to be provided primarily in the community DEADLINE TO RESPOND: Per HCBS waiver - Free Choice of Provider Rule 5123:2-9-11, verbal or written response required within two (2) working days following initial contact by SSA or receipt of this RFP (Responses due by 6/11/2013). Verbal response at 440-918-5068 to be followed by written response to the attention of Susan Vecchio, SSA at 9350 Progress Parkway., Mentor; or by fax 440-918-5125. FUNDING SOURCE: Level 1 Waiver PER DIEM: Total Available in Plan = $5,000.00. Agency 15 minute unit: $4.75 Individual 15 minute unit: $4.11 SERVICE HOURS NEEDED: Services to be provided as follows: Avg 4 hours/week, on Saturday DAY PROGRAM: Society for Rehab, Thurs-Friday 8:30 am - 3:30 pm (including transportation) DIAGNOSES: Moderate Mental Retardation, Downs Syndrome, Farsighted CURRENT MEDICATION: Loestrine, Celexa
GUARDIANSHIP: This individual is her own guardian. PROVIDER REQUIREMENT: A provider would need to be able to deliver all ISP services as determined at the ISP meeting.
SERVICE AREAS: Social skills, leisure/recreation, and transportation CHOICE & OPTIONS: Encourage individual to make choices for leisure activities. This individual enjoys music and singing, going out to the mall, park to eat, shopping, bowling and swimming. PERSONAL INCOME: Family will maintain benefits and assist with personal income needs. HOUSING: This individual currently resides with her parents and brother and will need services provided in the community COMMUNITY MEMBERSHIP: Provide opportunities for social outings in the community. As previously mentioned, this individual enjoys shopping, going to the movie theatre, and eating at restaurants and going to the mall and the park to name a few. Routine home and community safety training. Requires staff assistance to maintain safety. Family will schedule, monitor and follow-up on all routine and emergency medical needs and appointments (including Primary Care Physician, dentist and ophthalmologist).
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