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Intensive In-Home Care

Intensive In-Home Care

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Intensive in-home services (IIH) for children and adolescents under age 21 are intensive therapeutic interventions provided in the individual's residence (or other community settings as medically necessary and documented in the SSPI and ISP), to improve family functioning, and significant functional impairments in major life activities that have occurred due to the individual's mental, behavioral or emotional illness in order to prevent an out of home placement, stabilize the individual, and gradually transition the individual to less restrictive levels of care and supports.

All IIH services shall be designed to specifically improve family dynamics, provide modeling, and include clinically necessary interventions that increase functional and therapeutic interpersonal relations between family members in the home. IIH services are designed to promote benefits of psychoeducation in the home setting of an individual who is at risk of being moved into an out-of-home placement or who is being transitioned to home from an out-of-home placement due to a documented medical need of the individual. At least one parent/legal guardian or responsible adult with whom the individual is living must be willing to participate in the intensive in-home services with the goal of keeping the individual with the family.

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