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Ensuring compliance with state and federal rules is one way DODD supports the health and welfare of people with developmental disabilities who access services across Ohio.
Explore information from employee background checks requirements to the requirements for settings that provide home and community-based waiver services.
The ISP Workgroup was created to develop and implement a single assessment and template that will be used for all people receiving developmental disabilities services in Ohio.
"Ohio ISP Workgroup"
To prepare everyone for the system’s change and have a successful launch of the Ohio ISP, DODD has created multiple resources and training materials.
"Training and Live Chats"
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When providers are certified by DODD they attest that they will comply with the requirements of Medicaid, which include requirements for integration and inclusion.
"Home and Community-Based Services Settings"
The Office of System Support and Standards conducts compliance reviews in licensed waiver funded settings, unlicensed waiver-funded settings, licensed intermediate care facilities, and with county boards of developmental disabilities.
"Office of System Support and Standards"
In its Community Integration Rule, CMS requires that provider-owned and provider-controlled homes have a lease or comparable rental agreement with the people living in those homes.
Providers that self-identify as being located at an isolating location but believe their services overcome that barrier can request a special review of their site.