Program Authorization: Act 25 of 1974; Acts 680 and 786 of 1978; Act 400 of 1990
The mission of the Administration and Support Program is to provide the support services necessary for the operation of the developmental center and its associated community homes.
The goal of the Administration and Support Program is to provide efficient and effective administrative and support services to the programs and services provided at the facility.
The Administration and Support Program is responsible for the management of and operational support for the MR/DD (Mental Retardation/Developmental Disabilities) services provided at the Peltier-Lawless Developmental Center and its associated community homes in a manner consistent with all applicable federal and state regulations.
OBJECTIVES AND PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
1. In FY 1998-99, the Administration and Support Program will operate the Peltier-Lawless Developmental Center and the community homes in compliance with the eight conditions of participation under Title XIX certification.
1 The Title XIX Conditions of Participation are groups of regulations in the following areas: (1) Active Treatment, (2) Physical Environment, (3) Client Protection, (4) Facility Staffing, (5) Health Care Services, (6) Dietary, (7) Client Behavior and Facility Practice, and (8) Governing Body and Management.
SOURCE OF FUNDING
The Administration and Support Program of Peltier-Lawless Developmental Center is funded from interagency transfers. Interagency transfers include Title XIX reimbursement for services provided to Medicaid-eligible residents received from the Department of Health and Hospitals, funds from the Department of Education for The School Lunch Program, and payment for support services provided to the Office of Public Health.
ANALYSIS OF RECOMMENDATION
The total means of financing for this program is recommended at 103.7% of the existing operating budget. It represents 96.2% of the total request ($1,229,864) for this program. The net increase in expenditure authority for this program is primarily due to transferring $24,385 of interagency transfers to the Patient Care Program to fund the active treatment of adult residents who age out of school, increasing interagency transfers by $43,329 for risk management premiums, and by $22,598 for salaries and related benefits. Full funding has been provided for all 18 recommended positions.
ACQUISITIONS AND MAJOR REPAIRS
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