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Classification Phraseology as of:
1/1/2020
 
Classification Code:
9085
 
Phraseology:

RESIDENTIAL CARE FACILITIES FOR THE DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED — including supervisors and receptionists

Footnote:

This classification applies to the operation of residential facilities that provide care and supervision for children or adults who are developmentally disabled. The term developmental disability refers to a severe and chronic disability that is attributable to a mental or physical impairment that begins before an individual reaches adulthood.

This classification includes certified administrators, including but not limited to Nursing Home Administrators, Residential Care Facility for the Elderly Administrators, Adult Residential Facility Administrators and Qualified Intellectual Disabilities Professionals. This classification also includes employees who provide tours of the facility, including but not limited to tours for marketing, admission or inspection purposes.

This classification also applies to intermediate care facilities that may retain nursing staff to provide intermittent skilled nursing services (not continuous skilled nursing care) for developmentally disabled children or adults. Facilities that provide 24-hour continuous skilled nursing care for residents shall be classified as 8829(1), Skilled Nursing Facilities.

Operating schools or Independent Living Skills (ILS) instructional programs that are administered through state-contracted Regional Centers shall be separately classified as 8868, Colleges or Schools — private — not automobile schools — professors, teachers, or academic professional employees. The provision of Supported Living Services (SLS) or In-Home Support Services (IHSS) to developmentally disabled individuals shall be classified as 8827(1), Home Care Services.

Operating residential facilities that provide assisted care and supervision for children (not developmentally disabled) shall be classified as 8823, Residential Care Facilities for Children.

Operating residential facilities that provide assisted care and supervision for adults (not developmentally disabled) shall be classified as 9070(3), Residential Care Facilities for Adults.

Operating residential facilities that provide assisted care and supervision for the elderly (not developmentally disabled) shall be classified as 9070(1), Residential Care Facilities for the Elderly.

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Effective DatePure Premium RateNote
1/1/2020$2.99New/Renewal
1/1/2019$3.70New/Renewal
7/1/2018$4.21New/Renewal
Prior Phraseology and Footnote:
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Phraseology:

RESIDENTIAL CARE FACILITIES FOR THE DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED — including supervisors and receptionists

Footnote:

This classification applies to the operation of residential facilities that provide care and supervision for children or adults who are developmentally disabled. The term developmental disability refers to a severe and chronic disability that is attributable to a mental or physical impairment that begins before an individual reaches adulthood.

This classification includes certified administrators, including but not limited to Nursing Home Administrators, Residential Care Facility for the Elderly Administrators, Adult Residential Facility Administrators and Qualified Intellectual Disabilities Professionals. This classification also includes employees who provide tours of the facility, including but not limited to tours for marketing, admission or inspection purposes.

This classification also applies to intermediate care facilities that may retain nursing staff to provide intermittent skilled nursing services (not continuous skilled nursing care) for developmentally disabled children or adults. Facilities that provide 24-hour continuous skilled nursing care for residents shall be classified as 8829(1), Skilled Nursing Facilities.

Operating schools or Independent Living Skills (ILS) instructional programs that are administered through state-contracted Regional Centers shall be separately classified as 8868, Colleges or Schools. The provision of Supported Living Services (SLS) or In-Home Support Services (IHSS) to developmentally disabled individuals shall be classified as 8827(1), Home Care Services.

Operating residential facilities that provide assisted care and supervision for children (not developmentally disabled) shall be classified as 8823, Residential Care Facilities for Children.

Operating residential facilities that provide assisted care and supervision for adults (not developmentally disabled) shall be classified as 9070(3), Residential Care Facilities for Adults.

Operating residential facilities that provide assisted care and supervision for the elderly (not developmentally disabled) shall be classified as 9070(1), Residential Care Facilities for the Elderly.

1/1/2019
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