Overnight assistance and monitoring provided by an awake staff in the person’s own home.
For night supervision services, a person’s own home means a setting the person owns, rents or leases that is not operated, owned or leased by a provider of services or supports.
Night supervision services include:
- Carrying out a person’s positive support programming and transition plans
- Reinforcing independent living skills training and other skill development supports
- Assisting with instrumental activities of daily living (IADLs).
A person can receive night supervision services for no more than 12 hours in a 24-hour period.
A person cannot receive night supervision services if they duplicate other Minnesota state plan or waiver services he or she already receives.