Prohibited & Restricted Conditions

Prohibited Conditions

Certain prohibited health conditions or circumstances call for temporary or permanent transfer from the community. It is advised to provide policies and procedures surrounding requirements that may cause a resident to relocate. These prohibited conditions include:

  • Active communicable tuberculosis
  • An ongoing behavior caused by a mental disorder that would upset the general resident group
  • Dependence on others to perform all activities of daily living
  • Gastrostomy care
  • Naso-gastric tubes
  • Stage 3 and 4 pressure injuries
  • Staph or other serious infection
  • Tracheotomies

Other circumstances which require a resident to relocate:

  • Requiring 24-hour licensed nursing care on a chronic basis or unscheduled skilled nursing care
  • Continued residency endangering the safety, health, or welfare of resident or others
  • Failing to abide by the community’s written general policies
  • Failing to pay for basic services within 10 days of the due date
  • Failing to comply with state or local laws after receiving notice of the alleged violation(s)
  • Needs of the resident no longer able to be met by the facility as indicated by an assessment
  • Change of use in the facility

Restricted Conditions

In some cases, certain restricted conditions may necessitate the termination of the admission agreement and transfer from the community. Some of these conditions may require the community to meet additional regulatory and staffing requirements. These restricted conditions are:

  • Administration of oxygen
  • Catheter care
  • Colostomy/ileostomy
  • Contractures
  • Diabetes
  • Enemas, suppositories, fecal impaction removal
  • Incontinence care
  • Injections
  • Intermittent positive pressure breathing machine
  • Stage 1 and 2 pressure injuries
  • Wound care