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Section 28 - Rehabilitative and Community Support Services for Children with Cognitive Impairments and Functional Limitations

Section 28 Materials and Forms:


Treatment Services for Children with Cognitive Impairments and Functional Limitations

Treatment Services for Children with Cognitive Impairments and Functional Limitations are medically necessary treatment services for members under the age of 21. Treatment services are designed to retain or improve functional abilities which have been negatively impacted by the effects of cognitive or functional impairment and are focused on behavior modification and management, social development, and acquisition and retention of developmentally appropriate skills. Services include problem solving activities in order to help the member develop and maintain skills and abilities necessary to manage his or her behavioral health treatment needs, learning the social skills and behaviors necessary to live with and interact with other community members and independently, and to build or maintain satisfactory relationships with peers or adults, learning the skills that will improve a member’s self-awareness, environmental awareness, social appropriateness and support social integration, and learning awareness of and appropriate use of community services and resources.


Specialized Services for Children with Cognitive Impairments and Functional Limitations

Specialized Services for Children with Cognitive Impairments and Functional Limitations are medically necessary, evidence based treatment services for members under the age of 21, that utilize behavioral interventions designed to improve socially significant behaviors and developmentally appropriate skills to a measurable degree. Services include problem solving activities in order to help the member develop and maintain skills and abilities necessary to manage his or her behavioral health treatment needs, learning the social skills and behaviors necessary to live with and interact with other community members and independently, and to build or maintain satisfactory relationships with peers or adults, learning the skills that will improve a member’s self-awareness, environmental awareness, social appropriateness and support social integration, and learning awareness of and appropriate use of community services and resources.