(b) The family support program may provide funds to families to purchase goods and services included in the family service plan. Such goods and services related to the care of the developmentally disabled person may include, but are not limited to:
(1) Respite care;
(2) Personal and attendant care;
(3) Child care;
(4) Architectural and vehicular modifications;
(5) Health-related costs not otherwise covered;
(6) Equipment and supplies;
(7) Specialized nutrition and clothing;
(8) Homemaker services;
(10) Utility costs;
(11) Integrated community activities; and
(12) Training and technical assistance.
(c) As part of the family support program, the regional family support agency, designated under section five of this article, shall provide case management for each family to provide information, service coordination and other assistance as needed by the family.
(d) The family support program shall assist families of developmentally disabled adults in planning and obtaining community living arrangements, employment services and other resources needed to achieve, to the greatest extent possible, independence, productivity and integration of the developmentally disabled adult into the community.
(e) The family support program shall conduct outreach to identify families in need of assistance and shall maintain a waiting list of individuals and families in the event that there are insufficient resources to provide services to all those who request them.
(f) The family support program may provide for differential fees for services under the program or for appropriate cost participation by the recipient families consistent with the goals of the program and the overall financial condition of the family.
(g) Funds, goods or services provided to eligible families by the family support program under this article shall not be considered as income to those families for any purpose under this code or under the rules and regulations of any agency of state government.