|(a) A service planning team must determine if a service
the individual is receiving through the CDS option is critical to
the individual's health and safety.
(b) The case manager or service coordinator must request
and ensure that the employer or DR develop a service backup plan,
using DADS Form 1740, CDS Service Backup Plan, if:
(1) a service backup plan is required by the rules
of the individual's program; or
(2) the service planning team determines that a service
is critical to the health and safety of the individual in accordance
with subsection (a) of this section.
(c) The case manager or service coordinator must approve
a service backup plan, including a revised plan, before implementation
by the employer or DR.
(d) The case manager or service coordinator must review
each service backup plan during monitoring and at the annual service
plan meeting to determine if the plan was implemented and effective.
(e) If, after a review required by subsection (d) of
this section, the case manager or service coordinator determines the
service backup plan was ineffective, the case manager or service coordinator
must notify the employer or DR of the determination and that the employer
must revise the service backup plan in accordance with §41.217(d)(4)(D)
of this chapter (relating to Employer Responsibilities Regarding Service