Denied Protective Supervision?

Denied Protective Supervision? Watch a video where our advocates discuss why families are denied protective supervision and an option to consider in your appeals process. This video is the first installment in a series of informative tutorials designed to assist those families interested in pursuing IHSS services on their own, on behalf of their developmentally disabled children. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FvrVgOD5JIA This series will only cover topics related to protective supervision. For those…

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Nonself-Direction in Approval of Protective Supervision

Nonself-Direction in Approval of Protective Supervision In this IHSS video we discuss the term nonself-direction and how it affects the approval of Protective Supervision for families with developmentally disabled children. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A7rZJ0SPv-Q Key Points: Q: What is the definition of nonself-direction?A: The definition of nonself-direction can be found in All County Letter 15-25 and states: For the purpose of Protective Supervision eligibility, nonself-direction is an inability, due to mental impairment/mental illness, for individuals to asses…

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Engagement in Potentially Dangerous Activities

Engagement in Potentially Dangerous Activities How to establish that your nonself-directing & mentally-impaired child is likely to engage in potentially dangerous activities. What does and does not qualify for Protective Supervision. Featuring IHSS advocate Larry Rosen of IHSSadvocates. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1qlxsGoOA6k Key Points: If the minor is mentally impaired/mentally ill and nonself-directing, is he/she likely to engage in potentially dangerous activities? Consider here whether the minor retains the physical ability to put…

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Engagement in Potentially Dangerous Activities

How to establish that your nonself-directing & mentally-impaired child is likely to engage in potentially dangerous activities. What does and does not qualify for Protective Supervision. Featuring IHSS advocate Larry Rosen of IHSSadvocates. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1qlxsGoOA6k Key Points: If the minor is mentally impaired/mentally ill and nonself-directing, is he/she likely to engage in potentially dangerous activities? Consider here whether the minor retains the physical ability to put him/herself at risk of harm….

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