(1) Homemaking is the provision of general household activities or chore services to a recipient when the recipient is unable to manage the recipient's home or care for self or others in the home, or when another who is regularly responsible for these responsibilities is absent.
(2) Homemaking may include:
(a) household management services consisting of assistance with those activities necessary for maintaining and operating a home and may include assisting the recipient in finding and relocating into other housing;
(b) social restorative services consisting of assistance which further a recipient's involvement with activities and other persons; and
(c) teaching services consisting of activities which improve a recipient's or family's skills in household management and social functioning.
(3) Homemaking services do not include the provision of personal care as specified at ARM 37.40.1101 and 37.40.1302.
(4) A person providing homemaking services must be:
(a) physically and mentally able to perform the duties required; and
(b) literate and able to follow written orders.