Parental consent for the referral
Nomination packet is completed, and includes documentation proving child meets all of the entrance criteria and definitions for the identified population
Nomination packet forwarded to the Local Resource Coordinator for the Regional Interagency Council
Child is approved for services by the RIAC
Child is served
Child is denied acceptance into the program and recommendations are made for other services
The Consortium reviewed the services currently available in Kentucky and in several other states and determined what they believe are those that are essential to children and youth with ASD and their families. The chart below lists the essential services, the general definition of the service, which group of children for whom the service should be available, if the service is available from other payor sources and finally if the service should be available under the program.
GROUP to SERVE
SHOULD THIS BE A PROGRAM SERVICE
Assisted Living 18-21
Facilitating the community integration of an individual in terms of vocation, recreation, independent living
Supported Living Grant, Supports for Community Living, Voc. Rehab.
Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) and Assistive Technology (AT)
Screening, assessment, training, monitoring of effectiveness and equipment
Behavior management includes training, supervision, or assistance in appropriate expression of emotions, and desires, compliance, assertiveness, acquisition of socially appropriate behaviors, and the reduction of inappropriate behaviors.
Impact Plus but ends with waiver
LEA within educational settings
An activity that assists a recipient in accessing needed medical, social, educational, training, and other support services in
Community Mental health Centers