|(a) Required suspensions. A provider must suspend services to an individual if the individual: (1) permanently leaves the state or moves to a county where the provider does not contract with DADS to provide ERS; (2) permanently moves to a location where ERS cannot be provided, such as an assisted living facility; (3) dies; (4) is admitted to an institution for more than 120 consecutive days; or (5) is no longer mentally alert enough to operate the equipment properly. (b) Notification. A provider must notify the case manager orally or by fax no later than one working day after suspending services. If a provider's notification is oral, the provider must send written notification to the case manager within five working days after the oral notification. Written notification must include: (1) the date services were suspended; and (2) the reason services were suspended. (c) Payment. DADS does not pay a provider after the month in which services were suspended.