Rule 1702. A placing agency shall not place a client in a dependent living setting
unless all of the following criteria are met before placement:
(a) An individual plan of service has been developed for the client.
(b) If a specialized program is called for in the client's individual plan of service,
the dependent living setting is certified to provide the program.
(c) The placing agency has made an on"site inspection and determined that the
dependent living setting has sufficient resources to provide all the services that the
dependent living setting is required to provide in the client's individual plan of service.
(d) The consent of the client, or the client's guardian, has been obtained for the
(e) The dependent living setting has written operating policies and procedures
which are in place and enforced by the dependent living setting and which are in
compliance with the requirements of section 752 of Act No.258 of the Public Acts of
1974, as amended, being §330.1752 of the Michigan Compiled Laws. The dependent
living setting agrees to make the operating policies and procedures available to the
client, provide the information in alternative formats and provide assistance to the client
with understanding the language used in the procedures, if needed.
(f) The dependent living setting agrees to maintain and limit access to records that
document the delivery of the services in the client's individual plan of service in
accordance with all applicable statutes, rules, and confidentiality provisions. The
dependent living setting agrees to make client's record available to the client or their
representative, provide the record in alternative format and assist the client with
understanding the language used, if needed.
History: 1996 AACS.
R 330.1703 Individual plan of service.
Rule 1703. A placing agency is responsible for the development of the client's
individual plan of service and shall comply with the provisions of section 712 of Act
No. 258 of the Public Acts of 1974, as amended, being §330.1712 of the Michigan
Compiled Laws, and R 330.7199, except that the waiver provisions of R 330.7199(11)
shall not apply. An initial individual plan of service shall be provided upon placement
and a comprehensive plan developed within 30 days. The individual plan of service
shall consist of a treatment plan, a support plan, or both. The individual plan of
service shall focus on the needs and preferences of the client and be developed by a
planning team comprised of the following entities:
(a) The client.
(b) Individuals of the client's choosing, for example, friends or relatives.
(c) Professionals as needed or desired.
If the client is not satisfied with his or her individual plan of service or modifications
made to the plan, the client may object and request a review of the objection by the client
services manager in charge of implementing the plan. The review shall be initiated
within 5 working days of receipt of the objection. Resolution shall occur in a timely
manner. If the client is not satisfied with the resolution, the client may notify his or her
client services manager of the client's wish to appeal the resolution to the placing