(1) An assisted-living facility shall not admit or retain a resident who requires complex nursing interventions or whose condition is not stable or predictable unless:
(a) The resident, if he or she is not a minor and is competent to make a rational decision as to his or her needs or care, or his or her authorized representative, and his or her physician or a registered nurse agree that admission or retention of the resident is appropriate;
(b) The resident or his or her authorized representative agrees to arrange for the care of the resident through appropriate private duty personnel, a licensed home health agency, or a licensed hospice; and
(c) The resident's care does not compromise the facility operations or create a danger to others in the facility.
(2) Health maintenance activities at an assisted-living facility shall be performed in accordance with the Nurse Practice Act and the rules and regulations adopted and promulgated under the act.
(3) Each assisted-living facility shall provide written information about the practices of the assisted-living facility to each applicant for admission to the facility or his or her authorized representative. The information shall include:
(a) A description of the services provided by the assisted-living facility and the staff available to provide the services;
(b) The charges for services provided by the assisted-living facility;
(c) Whether or not the assisted-living facility accepts residents who are eligible for the medical assistance program under the Medical Assistance Act and, if applicable, the policies or limitations on access to services provided by the assisted-living facility for residents who seek care paid by the medical assistance program;
(d) The circumstance under which a resident would be required to leave an assisted-living facility;
(e) The process for developing and updating the resident services agreement; and
(f) For facilities that have special care units for dementia, the additional services provided to meet the special needs of persons with dementia.