(a) Case Planning Conference. The case plan must be developed in a face-to-face conference with the young adult, the guardian ad litem, attorney ad litem and, when appropriate, the legal guardian of the young adult, if the young adult is not of the capacity to participate in the case planning process.
(b) Contents. The case plan must be written simply and clearly in English and the principal language of the young adult. Each case plan must contain:
(1) a description of the services, including independent living services, to be provided to the young adult;
(2) a copy of the young adult’s transition plan;
(3) the permanency goal of transition from licensed care to independent living; and
(4) the date the compliance period expires.
(c) Department Responsibility.
(1) After the case plan has been developed, the department must prepare the written case plan for each young adult receiving services under Chapter 39, Florida Statutes.
(2) After the case plan has been developed, and before acceptance by the court, the department must make the appropriate referrals for services that will allow the young adult to begin receiving the agreed-upon services immediately.
(3) The department must immediately provide the young adult a signed copy of the agreed-upon case plan.
(4) Not less than 3 business days before a judicial review or permanency hearing, the department must file the case plan with the court.
(5) The department must attach a copy of the young adult’s transition plan to the case plan.
(d) Signature. The case plan must be signed by the young adult, all parties and, when appropriate, the legal guardian if the young adult is not of the capacity to participate in the case planning process.
(e) Service. Each party must be served with a copy of the case plan not less than 3 business days before the judicial review hearing. If the location of the young adult is unknown, this fact must be documented in writing and filed with the court.
(f) Re-admitted to Care. If the department petitions the court for reinstatement of jurisdiction after a young adult has been re-admitted to care under Chapter 39, Florida Statutes, the department must file an updated case plan.