Code of Maine Rules
12 - DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
150 - BLIND AND VISUALLY IMPAIRED DIVISION
Chapter 105 - INDEPENDENT LIVING SERVICES FOR INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE BLIND OR VISUALLY IMPAIRED PROGRAM RULES
- Section 150-105-1 - PURPOSE AND GENERAL REQUIREMENTS OF THE BLIND INDEPENDENT LIVING SERVICES PROGRAM
- Section 150-105-2 - ELIGIBILITY DETERMINATION
- Section 150-105-3 - CONFIDENTIALITY
- Section 150-105-4 - INDEPENDENT LIVING SERVICE PLAN
- Section 150-105-5 - SCOPE OF SERVICES
- Section 150-105-6 - CLOSURE
- Section 150-105-7 - APPEALS PROCESS
Summary: The Independent Living Services Program For Individuals Who Are Blind, (hereinafter referred to as the "Program") of the Division for the Blind and Visually Impaired (hereinafter called DBVI), assists persons who have visual disabilities to function independently. The Program provides and arranges needed rehabilitation services subject to the availability of funds.
September 19, 1994, "Policy Manual for Independent Living for Individuals Who Are Blind"
EFFECTIVE DATE (ELECTRONIC CONVERSION):
May 19, 1996
MOVED FROM DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION:
July 1, 1996
August 19, 1997 - references changed from Education to Labor.
November 17, 1998 - chapter number corrected (mistakenly read Ch. 150).
REPEALED AND REPLACED:
June 10, 2006 - filing 2006-238, "Rules Governing Independent Living Services for Individuals Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired"
October 27, 2007 - filing 2007-450