§ 21.25. Termination of eligibility for domiciliary care service or the
domiciliary care supplement.
The following procedures shall be used to terminate a clients eligibility for domiciliary care service or the domiciliary care supplement, or both:
(1) The AAA is responsible for:
(i) Notifying the CAO of a change in the clients status which requires termination of eligibility for domiciliary care service.
(ii) Upon notifying the client or the designate that the client is no longer eligible for domiciliary care service, notifying the client in writing of the clients right to appeal and receive a fair hearing under § 21.101 (relating to fair hearings and appeals). Notification shall take place within 20 days of the date the decision was made.
(2) The CAO is responsible for termination of eligibility for the domiciliary care supplement, through notification of the Social Security District Office and other appropriate actions, under 55 Pa. Code Chapter 297 (relating to Supplemental Security Income Program).
This section cited in 6 Pa. Code § 21.52 (relating to AAA service responsibilities).
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