(210 ILCS 9/75)
    Sec. 75. Residency Requirements.
    (a) No individual shall be accepted for residency or remain in residence if the establishment cannot provide or secure appropriate services, if the individual requires a level of service or type of service for which the establishment is not licensed or which the establishment does not provide, or if the establishment does not have the staff appropriate in numbers and with appropriate skill to provide such services.
    (b) Only adults may be accepted for residency.
    (c) A person shall not be accepted for residency if:
        (1) the person poses a serious threat to himself or
    
herself or to others;
        (2) the person is not able to communicate his or her
    
needs and no resident representative residing in the establishment, and with a prior relationship to the person, has been appointed to direct the provision of services;
        (3) the person requires total assistance with 2 or
    
more activities of daily living;
        (4) the person requires the assistance of more than
    
one paid caregiver at any given time with an activity of daily living;
        (5) the person requires more than minimal assistance
    
in moving to a safe area in an emergency;
        (6) the person has a severe mental illness, which for
    
the purposes of this Section means a condition that is characterized by the presence of a major mental disorder as classified in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition (DSM-IV) (American Psychiatric Association, 1994), where the individual is a person with a substantial disability due to mental illness in the areas of self-maintenance, social functioning, activities of community living and work skills, and the disability specified is expected to be present for a period of not less than one year, but does not mean Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia based on organic or physical disorders;
        (7) the person requires intravenous therapy or
    
intravenous feedings unless self-administered or administered by a qualified, licensed health care professional;
        (8) the person requires gastrostomy feedings unless
    
self-administered or administered by a licensed health care professional;
        (9) the person requires insertion, sterile
    
irrigation, and replacement of catheter, except for routine maintenance of urinary catheters, unless the catheter care is self-administered or administered by a licensed health care professional;
        (10) the person requires sterile wound care unless
    
care is self-administered or administered by a licensed health care professional;
        (11) the person requires sliding scale insulin
    
administration unless self-performed or administered by a licensed health care professional;
        (12) the person is a diabetic requiring routine
    
insulin injections unless the injections are self-administered or administered by a licensed health care professional;
        (13) the person requires treatment of stage 3 or
    
stage 4 decubitus ulcers or exfoliative dermatitis;
        (14) the person requires 5 or more skilled nursing
    
visits per week for conditions other than those listed in items (13) and (15) of this subsection for a period of 3 consecutive weeks or more except when the course of treatment is expected to extend beyond a 3 week period for rehabilitative purposes and is certified as temporary by a physician; or
        (15) other reasons prescribed by the Department by
    
rule.
    (d) A resident with a condition listed in items (1) through (15) of subsection (c) shall have his or her residency terminated.
    (e) Residency shall be terminated when services available to the resident in the establishment are no longer adequate to meet the needs of the resident. This provision shall not be interpreted as limiting the authority of the Department to require the residency termination of individuals.
    (f) Subsection (d) of this Section shall not apply to terminally ill residents who receive or would qualify for hospice care and such care is coordinated by a hospice program licensed under the Hospice Program Licensing Act or other licensed health care professional employed by a licensed home health agency and the establishment and all parties agree to the continued residency.
    (g) Items (3), (4), (5), and (9) of subsection (c) shall not apply to a quadriplegic, paraplegic, or individual with neuro-muscular diseases, such as muscular dystrophy and multiple sclerosis, or other chronic diseases and conditions as defined by rule if the individual is able to communicate his or her needs and does not require assistance with complex medical problems, and the establishment is able to accommodate the individual's needs. The Department shall prescribe rules pursuant to this Section that address special safety and service needs of these individuals.
    (h) For the purposes of items (7) through (10) of subsection (c), a licensed health care professional may not be employed by the owner or operator of the establishment, its parent entity, or any other entity with ownership common to either the owner or operator of the establishment or parent entity, including but not limited to an affiliate of the owner or operator of the establishment. Nothing in this Section is meant to limit a resident's right to choose his or her health care provider.
    (i) Subsection (h) is not applicable to residents admitted to an assisted living establishment under a life care contract as defined in the Life Care Facilities Act if the life care facility has both an assisted living establishment and a skilled nursing facility. A licensed health care professional providing health-related or supportive services at a life care assisted living or shared housing establishment must be employed by an entity licensed by the Department under the Nursing Home Care Act or the Home Health, Home Services, and Home Nursing Agency Licensing Act.
(Source: P.A. 99-143, eff. 7-27-15.)