“Appropriate temporary protective services” means those services provided to ensure that the endangered adult is protected from the immediate risk of serious injury or death due to suspected abuse or neglect, and that the effects of the abuse or neglect are remedied in accordance with the endangered adult's needs. These services may include, but not be limited to, any of the following:
(a) Social services case work and case management, including, but not limited to, evaluations of the endangered adult's functional capacity and community resources.
(b) The development of an appropriate individualized service plan.
(c) Appropriate referral and emergency response services.
(e) Temporary shelter.
(f) Emergency services.
(g) Respite services.
(h) Alternative housing and housing assistance.
(i) In-home supportive services.
(j) Adaptive equipment.
(l) Psychology services.
(m) Other health related services and referrals to legal services and advocate agencies.
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