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(f) The facility has an area outside the facility or a yard adjacent to the facility that: (1) May be used by the residents for outdoor activities; (2) Has at least 40 square feet of space for each resident in the facility; (3) Is fenced; and (4) Is maintained in a manner that does not jeopardize the safety of the residents. A residential facility which offers or provides care and protective supervision for a resident with an intellectual disability or a resident with a related condition must obtain an endorsement on its license authorizing it to operate as a residential facility for adults with intellectual disabilities. 10-30-97; A by R073-03, 1-22-2004; R119-10, 1-13-2011) 1. The contract must: (a) Be signed by a representative of the referral agency and the person who is paying for the services or his or her representative; and (b) Include, without limitation, a description of the services to be provided pursuant to the contract and all fees associated with the provision of those services. If, within 30 days after a client is admitted to a residential facility for groups, the referral of the client to the residential facility for groups is determined by the facility, the Bureau or a physician to be inappropriate, the referral agency shall: (a) Refund the full amount of the fee paid by the client or his or her representative; or (b) Assist the client with an acceptable referral to another residential facility for groups for no additional fee. A referral agency shall not receive more than one fee from a client within any 6-month period unless, during that period, the client or his or her representative requests another referral by the referral agency. A referral agency shall maintain an organized file for each client that includes, without limitation: (a) A copy of the needs assessment and financial assessment completed by the referral agency for the client; (b) A copy of the completed contract to provide the services to the client; and (c) Information outlining the process used by the referral agency for determining the appropriate referral of the client. 11-29-99) HOSPITALS General Provisions As used in NAC 449.279 to 449.394, inclusive, unless the context otherwise requires, the words and terms defined in NAC 449.285 to 449.300, inclusive, have the meanings ascribed to them in those sections. of Health by R050-99, 9-27-99) General hospital means a hospital that is designated a general hospital pursuant to NRS 449.202.
Social Model Detoxification Programs 449.121 Certain facilities authorized to offer program. (3) If such an employee is licensed or certified by an occupational licensing board, at least 3 hours of continuing education in providing care to a resident with dementia, which must be completed on or before the anniversary date of the first date the employee was initially employed at the facility. 11-29-99) Needs assessment means an assessment of a client to document the abilities of the client to function independently, including a complete list of the areas in which the client requires assistance. The application for the initial license must include, without limitation: (a) Evidence that the applicant has obtained a contract of insurance for protection against liability to third persons which may be incurred while operating as a referral agency; and (b) The physical address of the applicant where the records of the referral agency will be maintained. 449.117 Employees: Proof of compliance with provisions concerning tuberculosis. Operation of Facility 449.123 General sanitary requirements. 449.129 Design, construction, equipment and maintenance. (2) In addition to the training requirements set forth in subparagraph (1), within 3 months after such an employee is initially employed at the facility, at least 8 hours of training in providing care to a resident with any form of dementia, including, without limitation, Alzheimers disease. A person employed by this State or the governing body of any county or city within this State, who is employed in a position in which the persons duties require him or her to make referrals for clients to residential facilities for groups, may make those referrals without first obtaining a license to operate as a referral agency. An applicant for a license to operate as a referral agency must submit to the Division a completed application on a form provided by the Division. The Division may deny an application for an endorsement or suspend or revoke an existing endorsement based upon the grounds set forth in NAC 449.191 or 449.1915. Within 60 days after being employed by a residential facility for persons with chronic illnesses, an employee of the facility shall obtain at least 4 hours of in-service training relating to the care provided to such persons and in the actions necessary to control infections. Evidence of training received pursuant to subsection 2 must be included in the employees personnel file. As used in this section, residential facility for persons with chronic illnesses means a residential facility that provides care and protective supervision for persons with chronic illnesses or progressively debilitating diseases, including, without limitation, acquired immunodeficiency syndrome and cancer. Except as otherwise provided in subsection 2, the administrator of a residential facility which provides care to persons with any form of dementia shall ensure that: (a) Each employee of the facility who has direct contact with and provides care to residents with any form of dementia, including, without limitation, dementia caused by Alzheimers disease, successfully completes: (1) Within the first 40 hours that such an employee works at the facility after he or she is initially employed at the facility, at least 2 hours of training in providing care, including emergency care, to a resident with any form of dementia, including, without limitation, Alzheimers disease, and providing support for the members of the residents family. A licensed nurse or social worker working in a medical facility or a facility for the dependent licensed by the Bureau may make a referral for a client of the facility or program to a residential facility for groups without first obtaining a license to operate as a referral agency. Employees of a referral agency must have a working knowledge of the provisions of NRS and NAC that govern the licensing of residential facilities for groups. An employee of a referral agency who is not licensed as a nurse, social worker, physician or physician assistant shall not gather any information needed to complete a needs assessment or financial assessment of a client, or engage in the process of referring a client to a residential facility for groups. 449.0112 Investigation; prelicensure survey; inspection for fire safety. 449.016 License and renewal fees to operate skilled nursing facility, hospital, rural hospital, intermediate care facilities, residential facility for groups, facility for treatment of abuse of alcohol or drugs, facility for hospice care, home for individual residential care, facility for modified medical detoxification, community triage center, facility for treatment of irreversible renal disease, halfway house for recovering alcohol and drug abusers, facility for transitional living for released offenders and psychiatric residential treatment facility; expiration of application for license; refund of certain fees. Administration 449.0184 Governing body required; duties of governing body and administrator. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR LICENSURE 449.011 Application for license. 449.013 License and renewal fees to operate ambulatory surgical center, home office or subunit agency of home health agency, branch office of home health agency, rural clinic, obstetric center, program of hospice care, independent center for emergency medical care, nursing pool, facility for treatment with narcotics, medication unit, referral agency, facility for refractive surgery, mobile unit, agency to provide personal care services in the home and facility for the care of adults during day; expiration of application for license. 449.0183 Report of change in ownership, address or staff of program of hospice care. (b) The facility maintains proof of completion of the hours of training and continuing education required pursuant to this section in the personnel file of each employee of the facility who is required to complete the training or continuing education. A person employed by a facility which provides care to persons with any form of dementia, including, without limitation, dementia caused by Alzheimers disease, is not required to complete the hours of training or continuing education required pursuant to this section if he or she has completed that training within the previous 12 months.