CFCS reviews and enters into a written agreement with the participant and their representative. This is done before services are provided to the participant and annually thereafter. This policy must provide the participant and their representative with a 30 day notice of termination. The next step is to establish and maintain individual participant case file documentation. For any consultation services provided according to record retention requirements. Requirements include the name of the participant, the name of the CFCS employee, type of contact for example face to face meetings. You will specify the date, duration of interaction and/or work, type of consultation. Work specification include service set-up and annual orientation, and also ongoing consultation and skills development.
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