(1) Provisional permits may be granted to the governing body of a home to provide time in which to
demonstrate compliance with these rules and regulations.
(2) Provisional permits granted to allow a reasonable time to demonstrate compliance with operating
procedures shall not exceed 6 months.
(3) Provisional permits granted to allow reasonable time to correct violations of regulations which relate
to the structural or physical condition of the home shall not exceed 12 months.
(4) A provisional permit may be granted for 30 days pursuant to subsection (5) of .25 of these Rules to
provide time for hiring of the administrator and staff and obtaining the required information.
(5) A provisional permit shall not be granted to the governing body of a home which has never been
previously granted a permit and is not in compliance with the rules and regulations relating to the
structural or physical condition of the home.
(6) A provisional permit shall not be issued to a personal care home in which there are conditions which
present an immediate hazard to the life, health or safety of residents or staff.
(7) A provisional permit shall not be granted to a home unless the governing body shall first present to
the Department an acceptable plan of correction which shall list each deficiency to be corrected, the time,
methods, and procedures to be used in the correction of the deficiencies.