Provider organizations responsible Medicaid beneficiaries enrolled in home- and community-based services (HCBS) waivers who are at risk of wandering and living in settings with locked doors should use person-centered planning to identify appropriate restrictions while facilitating individualized activities, supports, and access to the community. HCBS participants can live in a provider controlled setting, such as a memory care unit with locked doors. However, to maintain the person's eligibility, the provider organization should be able to demonstrate how they can make individual determinations of unsafe exit-seeking risk and make individual accommodations for residents who are not at . . .
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