|(a) If a client becomes ill or injured at the DAHS facility, the director/nurse must notify a relative or other responsible person the same day of the occurrence. Clients with communicable diseases cannot attend the DAHS facility until the physician has released the client. Examples of communicable disease are lice and scabies. (b) No later than the first DADS workday after becoming aware of changes in the client's status or condition, the DAHS facility must verbally notify the caseworker or staff in the caseworker's office about any change that may require a change in the client's plan of care, units, or service termination. The DAHS facility must follow up this verbal notification in writing, to the caseworker, using DADS' Case Information form. Written notification must occur within seven days after verbal notification. (c) If a client is absent from a regularly scheduled program, DAHS facility staff must contact the client or someone knowledgeable about his condition the same day that the absence occurs. If DAHS facility staff are unable to contact the client or someone knowledgeable about his condition, staff document this in the client's record. (d) The DAHS facility must verbally notify DADS by the next DADS workday and in writing within seven days after verbal notification of the following changes in DAHS facility operations: (1) change in operation, telephone number, and location of administrative office; (2) change in hours of operation; and (3) change in director, activities director, nurse, or membership of governing board.