Normally DSHS can stop or lower your benefits if you do not meet DSHS' requirements that allow you to get benefits in the first place. If DSHS finds that your limitation or disability keeps you from accepting and following through on DSHS requirements, DSHS must find that you had "good cause." They cannot take any action against you even though you did not follow the rules.
DSHS must also review your accommodation plan to make sure you have all the support from them you need to help you meet DSHS' requirements so you can keep getting benefits. If DSHS cannot accommodate your disability so that you can meet their requirements, DSHS must excuse you from following (waive) those requirements for you them.
If DSHS finds that you can meet its requirements, with or without accommodations, you must follow the rules if DSHS gives you the accommodations you need.