Long-term care services means the services admin- istered directly or through contract by the aging and disability services administration and identified in WAC 388-106- 0015.
More Definitions of Long-term care services
Long-term care services means services received in a medical institution, or under a home and community based waiver authorized by home and community services (HCS) or ((division of)) developmental disabilities administration (DDA). Hospice services are considered long-term care ser- vices for the purposes of the long-term care partnership when medicaid eligibility is determined under chapter ((388-513 or 388-515)) 182-513 or 182-515 WAC.
Long-term care services means, for the purposes of this chapter only, the services administered directly or through contract by the department of social and health ser- vices for clients of the home and community services divi- sion and division of developmental disabilities including, but not limited to, nursing facility care and home and community services.
Long-term care services means diagnostic, preventive, therapeutic, rehabilitative, supportive, and maintenance services provided on a recurring or continuous basis for the purpose of (i) minimizing the effects of illness or disability, or both, (ii) assisting a person to maintain his highest level of functioning, or (iii) maintaining or restoring independence. Such services may be provided in the recipient's home or in a community setting such as a long-term care facility.
Long-term care services means a set of health care, personal care and social services required by persons who have lost, or never acquired, some degree of functional capacity (e.g., chronically ill, aged, disabled) in an institution or at home on a long-term basis. The term may refer to long-term institutional care such as that provided in nursing homes, or to ambulatory services such as home health care, which may also be provided on a long-term basis.