|(a) In order for a young adult to be placed in a Supervised
Independent Living (SIL) Placement the following must occur:
(1) The young adult must be determined eligible for
the extended foster care program as provided in §700.346 of this
title (relating to Extended Foster Care);
(2) The young adult must be approved by the Department
of Family and Protective Services (DFPS) for the SIL placement; and
(3) There must be an SIL placement approved by DFPS
(b) During the SIL placement the young adult must continue
to meet the eligibility requirements of the extended foster care program
as set forth in §700.346 of this title.
(c) If at any time the SIL placement is not meeting
the needs of the young adult, the young adult is not functioning well
or not following the rules of the placement, or the placement is otherwise
inappropriate, DFPS has the option to place the young adult in another
SIL placement or another foster care placement.