2016 New Jersey Revised Statutes
Title 30 - Institutions And Agencies
Section 30:6D-5.12 - Provision Of Written Report By Case Manager.
30:6D-5.12 Provision of written report by case manager.
6. a. A case manager conducting a visit to an individual with a developmental disability residing in a community care residence, in accordance with section 8 of P.L.1983, c.524 (C.30:6D-20), shall, upon completion of the visit, provide a written report to the case manager's supervisor and, if requested, to the guardian or authorized family member, as appropriate, of the individual with a developmental disability. The report, which shall be sent electronically to the case manager's supervisor and, if practicable, electronically to the guardian or authorized family member, shall include information pertaining to the care and safety of the individual with a developmental disability, including, but not limited to, personal hygiene and grooming, nutritional and clothing needs, overall sanitary and living conditions of the community care residence, and the general well-being of the individual with a developmental disability.
The reports made pursuant to this subsection may be shared with persons other than the guardian or authorized family member, if the individual with the developmental disability so authorizes in writing.
b.The case manager shall also review the records required to be maintained in a community care residence pursuant to N.J.A.C.10:44B-1.1 et seq., on a monthly basis. The case manager's supervisor shall review the records when the supervisor performs the visit required by section 7 of this act. The case manager or supervisor, or both, as applicable, shall provide written documentation that the records were reviewed and include that documentation with the records maintained pursuant to N.J.A.C.10:44B-1.1 et seq.
L.2012, c.69, s.6.
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