PUBLIC SAFETY AND WELFARE
ELDERLY AND ADULT SERVICES
In this subdivision:
I. "Congregate housing" means low-rent, publicly-owned housing with which there is connected a central dining facility where wholesome and economical meals can be served.
II. "Congregate services programs" means the programs undertaken by qualified service providers to provide assistance, as needed, to residents in order to maintain their independence. Such programs shall include the following services:
(a) Two nutritionally balanced meals, 7 days per week, served in a central dining facility.
(b) Regular assistance with housekeeping.
(c) Personal assistance.
(d) Transportation to scheduled doctors' appointments.
(e) Administrative support services, supplied by a qualified service provider.
III. "Personal assistance" means services provided which include, but are not limited to, aid in grooming, dressing, and other activities which maintain personal care and hygiene.
IV. "Qualified service provider" means a publicly owned housing system that possesses the skills and experience necessary to supervise and monitor resident services and to perform appropriate financial management practices in a congregate services program.
Source. 1989, 7:1, eff. Jan. 1, 1990.