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Substantial Supervision

Quick Answer

This is the continual supervision (such as cuing by verbal prompting, gestures, or other demonstrations) that is required in order to protect the cognitively impaired individual from threats to his or her health or safety. An example is a need for someone to be present to prevent the individual from wandering.

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Detailed Answer

This is the continual supervision (such as cuing by verbal prompting, gestures, or other demonstrations) that is required in order to protect the cognitively impaired individual from threats to his or her health or safety. An example is a need for someone to be present to prevent the individual from wandering.

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