2955.0120 Standards For Review Of Client Progress In Treatment

Published: 2015

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Subpart 1.

Responsibility and documentation.

At least weekly, progress notes must be entered in client files indicating the types and amounts of services each client has received and whether the services have had the desired impact. At least quarterly, the treatment team must review and document each client's progress toward achieving individual treatment plan objectives, approve movement within the structure of the program, and review and modify treatment plans. Documentation of the review must be in each client's file within ten days after the end of the review period.

Subp. 2.

Review session.

A progress review session must involve the client and, if necessary, the client's family or legal guardian, and at least one member of the treatment team. Where appropriate, the program must inform the client's supervising agent and family or legal guardian of the scheduling of each progress review, invite them to attend, and provide them with a written summary of the review session. The names of the persons attending the review session who are not clients must be documented in the client's file.