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Classification of CBRF's

Classification of CBRF's - Departments & Programs, UW Medical Foundation, Patient Resources, Social Work Services Quick Guide, Social Work Manual, Housing, Residential Care

Focus

CLASS A ambulatory (AA) – serves only residents who are ambulatory, mentally and physically capable of responding to an electronic fire alarm and exiting the facility without any help or verbal or physical prompting.

CLASS A semiambulatory (AS) – serves only residents who are ambulatory or semiambulatory, mentally and physically capable of responding to an electronic fire alarm and exiting the facility without any help or verbal or physical prompting.

CLASS A nonambulatory (ANA) – serves residents who are ambulatory, semiambulatory or nonambulatory but only if they are mentally and physically capable or responding to an electronic fire alarm and exiting the facility without any help or verbal or physical prompting.

CLASS C ambulatory (CA) – serves only residents who are ambulatory but one or more of whom are not mentally capable of responding to an electronic fire alarm and exiting the facility without any help or verbal or physical prompting.

CLASS C semiambulatory (CS) – serves only residents who are ambulatory or semiambulatory but one or more of whom are not physically or mentally capable of responding to an electronic fire alarm and exiting the facility without help or verbal or physical prompting.

CLASS C nonambulatory (CNA) – serves only residents who are ambulatory, semiambulatory or nonambulatory but one or more of whom are not physically or mentally capable of responding to an electronic fire alarm and exiting the facility without help or verbal or physical prompting.

CBRFs also have Target Groups to meet different needs. These groups are denoted as follows: