A provider must reassess an individual annually and any time
there is a change in the individual's status, as follows:
(1) Annual reassessments. A provider must annually
reassess an individual in accordance with §44.203 of this subchapter
(relating to Assessment and Eligibility Determination). The provider
must complete each on-site annual reassessment no later than one year
after the service initiation date and no later than one year after
(2) Reassessment upon change in individual status.
When a provider learns that an individual's status may have changed
in a way that may affect the individual's eligibility for or receipt
of services, the provider must reassess the individual. In doing so,
the provider may consider only those factors in §44.203 of this
subchapter that have changed since the previous assessment. A change
in individual status that requires reassessment may include a change
(A) income, deductions, or exclusions; or
(B) the individual's need for attendant care services,
the service plan, or the hours of service.
(3) Notice of eligibility. A provider must send a notice
of eligibility and, if applicable, notice of the right to a fair hearing
to an individual within five working days after a reassessment using
the DADS Notification of Community Services form.