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RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR ASSISTED LIVING FACILITIES LEVEL II

RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR ASSISTED LIVING FACILITIES LEVEL II

404.7 When a change in ownership of controlling interest in the facility is sold by person or persons named in the license to any other person or persons, the new owner shall, at least 30 days prior to completion of the sale, submit a new application and license fee, request to be inspected and meet the applicable standards and regulations, including but not limited to, life safety codes, at the time of inspection. The seller, in writing, shall report such change in ownership to the Office of Long Term Care at least thirty (30) days before the change is to be implemented. With the exception of civil money penalties imposed for violations or deficiencies that occurred prior to the sale of ownership or control, when a license is granted pursuant to a change of ownership, the buyer shall be responsible for implementation or performance of any remedy listed in Section 1004.2 imposed against the facility for violations or deficiencies that occurred prior to the sale of ownership or control. The seller shall remain liable for all civil money penalties assessed against the facility that are imposed for violations or deficiencies occurring prior to the sale of ownership or operational control. The Department shall consider and may deny a license based upon any criteria provided for at Ark. Code Ann. § 20-10-224(f)(1), et seq. Failure to comply with the provisions of this section will result in the denial of licensure to the new owner.
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RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR LICENSING ASSISTED LIVING RESIDENCES

RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR LICENSING ASSISTED LIVING RESIDENCES

3.1 Application for a license to conduct, maintain or operate an assisted living residence shall be made to the licensing agency upon forms provided by the licensing agency and shall contain such information as the licensing agency reasonably requires which may include affirmative evidence of ability to comply with the provisions of reference 1 and the rules and regulations therein and compliance with federal, state, and local laws and rules and regulations pertaining to, but not limited to: the management and operation of assisted living residences, fire, safety, zoning, building codes, sanitation, food service, communicable and reportable diseases, and other relevant health and safety requirements. The licensing application shall include evidence from the applicant that criminal background checks on owners and operators of licensed assisted living residences have been completed.
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RULES AND REGULATIONS

RULES AND REGULATIONS

5.1.1 Bills for service will be rendered monthly unless otherwise specified in these Rules and Regulations or in the applicable Rate schedule. The term “month for billing purposes” means the period between any two consecutive regular readings by the Association of the meter(s) at the Consumer’s premises; such readings to be taken as nearly as may be practicable every thirty days. If the Association is unable to read a meter after reasonable effort, the Consumer will be billed on an estimated usage based on the best available information. If the initial or final monthly bill for service is for a period of less than twenty-seven days or more than thirty-three days, such bills will be prorated on the basis of the number of days in the period in question to a month of thirty days.
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EXHIBITOR RULES AND REGULATIONS

EXHIBITOR RULES AND REGULATIONS

The exhibitor agrees to release, indemnify and hold harmless the ASLMS and the exhibit facility, and their respective officers, directors, shareholders, members, employees, affiliates, volunteers, agents, insurers, successors, representatives, and assigns from all claims, liability, damages, penalties and legal fees relating to any injury, physical or otherwise, property damage, or theft which may arise out of or in connection with the exhibitor’s participation in and exhibiting at the Annual Conference, its use of the exhibit facility, its giveaways and promotional items and products, and any failure to comply with these Rules and Regulations or the ASLMS’s enforcement of these Rules and Regulations.
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Rules and Regulations

Rules and Regulations

HUD recognizes concerns of some commenters that a standard which is tied to FHA’s MIP, resulting in a floating threshold, may cause operational difficulties and delay the ability of lenders’ to comply with FHA’s qualified mortgage standards. As HUD stated in the preamble to its proposed rule, if a straight APR over APOR threshold were adopted by HUD, in lieu of inclusion of the MIP, then every time FHA changes the MIP, for purposes of ensuring the financial soundness of its insurance fund and reducing risk to the fund or to reflect a more positive market, FHA would also have to consider changing the threshold APR limit. This would be a less dynamic approach than that proposed by HUD in its September 30, 2013, proposed rule. HUD believes that the qualified mortgage standard proposed in the September 30, 2013, proposed rule and adopted as final in this rule will be, when systems have been adjusted, easy to administer, and HUD is providing the time for lenders to adjust their systems. Again, a mortgage that would be designated a safe harbor qualified mortgage under the special rules for eligible loans under the National Housing Act in the CFPB’s regulations receives the same designated under HUD’s definition if insured by HUD.
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POLICIES, RULES AND REGULATIONS

POLICIES, RULES AND REGULATIONS

Tenant, its Exhibitors, Patrons and other persons connected with the Event, shall observe and comply with all laws, statutes, ordinances, rules and regulations of the Government of the United States, State of California, County of Orange and the City of Anaheim including but not limited to the Americans with Disabilities Act. Tenant shall indemnify, defend (at City’s option) and hold harmless the City from all damages, costs and expenses in law or equity arising out of Tenant’s failure to comply with applicable laws, statutes, ordinances, rules, regulations or acts. The cost of such compliance is the responsibility of each Tenant, Exhibitor or Patron.
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Rules and Regulations

Rules and Regulations

ii. If not withstanding E (i) above, a prize is paid to a person in one of the groups set out in that Rule, such prize shall be repayable by that person to ITHUBA immediately upon demand. ITHUBA or any Retailer, in its sole discretion, may refuse to sell Tickets to any person or persons without giving reasons. This may include circumstances in which, in its view, that person or persons are playing in a manner, which it or the Retailer deems to be interfering with other Player’s reasonable access to that Game.

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RULES AND REGULATIONS

RULES AND REGULATIONS

1. Teams who at the beginning of the season determined that they would not travel to the USA will host all necessary LLFHL Playoff games (versus U.S. based teams in their Division and Category at their own expense (ice time and Officials). The hosting centre shall be designated as the Home Team for all such games for scoring, game rules and game reporting purposes. These provisions do not apply to games with US based teams which are hosted by the US based team in a reasonably located Ontario arena, the judgement of which shall be at the sole discretion of the Executive.
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Rules and Regulations

Rules and Regulations

margin required by this paragraph should be initial margin rather than maintenance margin. The commenter also suggested that national banks be allowed to set maintenance margin levels as a matter of the banks’ credit and risk policies in a manner that balances (i) protecting customers from a forced close-put of their positions as soon as an adverse market move erodes margin under the 2 or 5 percent minimum level with (ii) the need to promptly collect margin and close out positions when a customer fails to meet a margin call. The commenter also suggested that customers should have some reasonable time to meet margin calls before they are deemed to have defaulted and face a forced liquidation of their positions.
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General Rules and Regulations

General Rules and Regulations

PhD dissertations at Grenoble Ecole de Management are paper-based, that is, they integrate articles that are either published or of publishable level. Generally, the thesis should include three separate papers. Papers co-authored between GEM PhD students will only count proportionally to the number of doctoral students towards the 3-paper requirement. In addition to the papers, the thesis should include a short (maximum 20 pages) introduction chapter explaining the subject and the research question, presenting the state-of-the-art or every part of the literature that would not be included in the articles but necessary to the comprehension of the whole thesis, linking the articles together and presenting the global coherence of the document.. The papers may be co-authored but the PhD student should be first author on at least two of the three papers. To fulfill the requirements of a PhD thesis at Grenoble Ecole de Management, two of the three papers should be judged to have the potential to be published in a peer-reviewed journal ranked at least 2 in the CNRS ranking.
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General Rules and Regulations

General Rules and Regulations

It may be possible to join the DBA Program in the 2nd year if the applicant has attended the similar level courses in another recognized academic institution (in this case, syllabi and transcripts must be submitted with the application), or holds a PhD from an accredited institution, or has published papers and/or other publications or has successfully defended the equivalent of a Stage I preliminary thesis. A complete application must be submitted and the Admission Board will make the final decision.

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CCF Rules & Regulations

CCF Rules & Regulations

b. In the event of a player being found guilty of misconduct, of the breach of the disciplinary rules, of the club, of CCF, or any other Federation or League of which the club may be a member, which in the opinion of the club is not of the nature to justify the actions of point (a) above, then the club may suspend the player for a period not exceeding fourteen (14) days and/or impose upon the player, payment of a monetary fine notwithstanding any action which may have been taken against the player in the course of such misconduct or breach by any Disciplinary Committee of CCF, or any other Federation or League of which the club may be a member. c. When a club takes action under point (a) above or suspends a player for longer than fourteen (14) days under
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RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR ASSISTED LIVING FACILITIES LEVEL I

RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR ASSISTED LIVING FACILITIES LEVEL I

700.3.2 As part of the basic charge, each assisted living facility must make available food for three (3) balanced meals, as specified in Section 601.3 (a)(6), and make between-meal snacks available. Potable water and other drinking fluids shall be available at all times. Meals shall be served at approximately the same time each day. There shall be no more than five (5) hours between breakfast and lunch and no more than seven (7) hours between lunch and the evening meal. Variations from these stated parameters may be permitted at the written request of the resident or his or her responsible party or as directed by the resident’s personal physician or advance practice nurse in writing. The facility shall retain documentation stating the reason for the variance.
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Controlled II Substance Rules & Regulations. Controlled II Substance Rules & Regulations

Controlled II Substance Rules & Regulations. Controlled II Substance Rules & Regulations

North Carolina state law (that went into effect on October 1, 2013) provides that “No Schedule II substance shall be dis- pensed pursuant to a written prescription more than six months after the date it was prescribed.” The new six-month limitation applies to all prescriptions issued on or after October 1, 2013.

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12 VAC Rules and Regulations for the Licensure of Nursing Facilities

12 VAC Rules and Regulations for the Licensure of Nursing Facilities

"Drug" means (i) articles or substances recognized in the official United States "Drug" Pharmacopoeia National Formulary or official Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States, or any supplement to any of them; (ii) articles or substances intended for the use in the diagnosis, cure, mitigation, treatment, or prevention of disease in man or other animal; (iii) articles or substances, other than food, intended to affect the structure or any function of the body of man or other animal; (iv) articles or substances intended for use as a component of any article specified in clause (i), (ii), or (iii). This does not include devices or their components, parts or accessories.
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MEMORANDUM. Red Flag Identity Theft Regulations: Implications for Nursing Facilities and Assisted Living Facilities 1

MEMORANDUM. Red Flag Identity Theft Regulations: Implications for Nursing Facilities and Assisted Living Facilities 1

This memorandum focuses on the second of the Red Flag Regulations, that pertaining to the detection, prevention and mitigation of identity theft in relation to covered accounts by “creditors or financial institutions” and discusses how these rules may impact nursing facilities and assisted living facilities (collectively, “Facilities”). Facilities are clearly not “financial institutions,” but under the broad interpretation of FTC staff, Facilities are deemed “creditors” for their private pay and certain payor accounts and therefore are subject to the Red Flag Regulations. Noncompliance, where required, could result in penalties and possibly civil litigation. Therefore, Facilities need to take steps now to develop and implement an identity theft program.
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Perceptions of physical activity among elderly residents and professionals in assisted living facilities

Perceptions of physical activity among elderly residents and professionals in assisted living facilities

activity and how physical activity was something they got for free. Therefore, it appears that the residential care pro- fessionals and elderly who live in their own home describe everyday activities as physical activities, but older people who live in assisted living facilities describe activities that cannot be carried out within the specific accommodation’s framework or cannot be engaged in due to physical limita- tions. The activities described as examples of physical activity can be performed by at least some of the older people living in assisted living facilities. Activities such as exercising at a gym and water gymnastics cannot be per- formed in every assisted living facility because not all of them have appropriate facilities. However, it would be possible for older people who have the opportunity to go to places where these facilities are offered to carry out such activities.
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Recovery-Oriented Medicaid Services for Adults with Severe Mental Illness

Recovery-Oriented Medicaid Services for Adults with Severe Mental Illness

In 2004, AHCA introduced new administrative service codes to support the transition from traditional day treatment programming containing a focus on consumer monitoring and management to rehabilitative/recovery-oriented services that focus more on consumer self-direction and community functioning. The Community Health Services Coverage and Limitations Handbook (AHCA Handbook) describes these codes and specifies the parameters for service delivery under Florida’s Medicaid program. It describes the primary functions of Mental Health Day Treatment as stabilization of symptoms, transitional treatment after an acute episode, and to provide a level of therapeutic intensity not possible in traditional outpatient settings. The primary functions of Rehabilitation Day Treatment are to restore communication and social skills to overcome barriers to independent functioning, use community resources, and conduct activities of daily living.
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Finding Resources for HCBS in Tough Budget Times to Maximize Community-Based Care: Case Studies of Three States

Finding Resources for HCBS in Tough Budget Times to Maximize Community-Based Care: Case Studies of Three States

applying for Medicaid or state-funded LTC services must access them through one of 25 local single entry point agencies. Care coordinators from these Options for LTC agencies use a single comprehensive client assessment instrument (ULTC-100). Clients are assessed for nursing facilities, HCBS waiver programs including assisted living, the Home Care Allowance program and Adult Foster Care at the same time. 4 Then, depending on program eligibility, consumers are given a choice of programs to meet their needs. 5 During the first year of phased implementation of the single entry point system, counties with single entry point agencies experienced 10 percent fewer Medicaid paid nursing facility admissions than counties without single entry points. 6
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Can a framed intervention motivate older adults in assisted living facilities to exercise?

Can a framed intervention motivate older adults in assisted living facilities to exercise?

To test these hypotheses, older adults who lived in an assisted living facility (ALF) were offered a three-week exercise intervention. Several times over the three-week time span, prevention and promotion motives were framed while exercise frequencies and levels of autono- mous and controlled motivation were measured. This approach enabled us to differentiate between initial ef- fects (i.e., after 1 week with a single framing) and effects over time (i.e., after 3 weeks with repeated framings). This differentiation has two advantages. First, it is im- portant to know in practice how to motivate older adults not only to start exercise participation but also to con- tinue exercise participation. Second, the differentiation is theoretically grounded in research that distinguishes be- tween the usefulness of initial motives and evolved mo- tives [31, 32]. Moreover, a walking intervention study in older people showed that over a four-week time span, positively framed messages (e.g., ‘ walking is associated with better subjective health’) promoted walking more effectively than negatively framed messages (e.g., ‘not walking is associated with worse subjective health’) [33].
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