Article - Health - General
In this subtitle:
(1) “Assisted living program” means a residential or facility–based program that provides housing and supportive services, supervision, personalized assistance, health–related services, or a combination thereof that meets the needs of individuals who are unable to perform or who need assistance in performing the activities of daily living or instrumental activities of daily living in a way that promotes optimum dignity and independence for the individuals.
(2) “Assisted living program” does not include:
(i) A nursing home, as defined under § 19–1401 of this title;
(ii) A State facility, as defined under § 10–101 of this article;
(iii) A program licensed by the Department under Title 7 or Title 10 of this article;
(iv) A hospice care program regulated by the Department under Subtitle 9 of this title;
(v) Services provided by family members;
(vi) Services provided in an individual’s own home; or
(vii) A program certified by the Department of Human Services under Title 6, Subtitle 5, Part II of the Human Services Article as a certified Adult Residential Environment Program.