| (vii) a representative from the LMHA, if the designated
resident has MI.
(B) Other participants on the SPT may include:
(i) a concerned person whose inclusion is requested
by the designated resident or the LAR; and
(ii) at the discretion of the LIDDA, a person who
is directly involved in the delivery of services to people with ID
(44) Surrogate decision maker--An actively involved
family member of a resident who has been identified by an IDT in accordance
with Texas Health and Safety Code §313.004 and who is available
and willing to consent on behalf of the resident.
(45) Terminal illness--A medical prognosis that an
individual's life expectancy is six months or less if the illness
runs its normal course, which is documented by a physician's certification
in the individual's medical record maintained by a nursing facility.
(46) Therapy services--Assessment and treatment to
help a designated resident learn, keep, or improve skills and functioning
of daily living affected by a disabling condition. Therapy services
are referred to as habilitative therapy services. Therapy services
are limited to:
(A) physical therapy;
(B) occupational therapy; and
(C) speech therapy.
(47) Transition plan--A plan developed by the SPT that
describes the activities, timetable, responsibilities, services, and
supports involved in assisting a designated resident to transition
from the nursing facility to the community.
|Source Note: The provisions of this §554.2703 adopted to be effective July 7, 2015, 40 TexReg 4373; amended to be effective September 10, 2017, 42 TexReg 4468; transferred effective January 15, 2021, as published in the Texas Register December 11, 2020, 45 TexReg 8871