Overview Adult day health care (ADHC) providers in New Jersey (NJ) are licensed by the state Department of Health and Senior Services Division of Long Term Care Systems under NJ Administrative Code (NJAC) , Chapter 8:43F, whose provisions are summarized in this profile.
Overview Massachusetts provides adult day health services through its Medicaid state plan program, MassHealth. Provider services are governed by regulations published in the Adult Day Health Provider Manual under a contract between MassHealth and the provider.
Overview Maryland licenses two types of adult day services--day care and medical day care--through the Office of Health Care Quality (OHCQ) in the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. Day care services are offered and managed by the Department's Office of Health Services (OHS) through state-funded contracts, and are subject to the state's
Overview Adult day health care (ADHC) in Louisiana is regulated by the Department of Health and Hospitals (DHH), Bureau of Community Supports and Services (BCSS) under Title 50 of the Louisiana Administrative Code . Providers are licensed to provide service to Medicaid adult day health care waiver clients, to private pay clients, and under p
Overview Adult day care (ADC) in Idaho is regulated for persons served by the Commission on Aging Senior Services Program under the Rules Governing Senior Services Programs. The Commission on Aging rules state that adult day care programs shall operate under guidelines established by the Idaho Commission on Aging that are in accordance with th
Overview The state has two models of adult day care (ADC): the social model and the medical model. The social model is designed for individuals who need supervision and activities but not extensive personal care and medical monitoring.
Overview Alabama provides adult day care (ADC) as a function of Adult Protective Services, under the Department of Human Resources, under Adult Day Care Requirements from the Office of Social Service Contracts.
Regulatory Review of Adult Day Services: Final Report SECTION 2. STATE REGULATORY PROFILES
States vary with regard to the number of staff required. Most states specify minimum staff-to-participant ratios. As shown in Exhibit 2 , mandatory ratios range between one to four and one to ten. Some states require different ratios for different types of ADS, and some states specify both a required ratio and a recommended ratio. Some states re
Regulatory Review of Adult Day Services: Final Report SECTION 1. OVERVIEW OF ADULT DAY SERVICES REGULATIONS This section provides a brief overview of states' approaches to regulating ADS providers in key areas and highlights similarities and differences among them.
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