U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Overview Adult day care facilities in Wyoming are licensed by the state Department of Health. Adult day care is provided under the long-term care waiver program. Medicaid providers do not have to meet requirements other than licensure. Licensure and Certification Requirements
Overview The Washington Administrative Code requires adult day care or day health centers that contract with the Department of Social and Health Services, an area agency on aging, or other Department designee to provide Medicaid services to department clients, to abide by specific contracting requirements.
Overview Utah regulates adult day care throughout the state through the Office of Licensing in the Utah Department of Human Services under state Administrative Rule R501-13, Adult Day Care. Utah offers adult day care as a Medicaid Waiver service through licensed providers. Licensure and Certification Requirements
Overview The Tennessee Department of Human Services licenses adult day care centers and promulgates rules that set the standards for adult day care services. The state does not cover adult day care services under Medicaid HCBS waivers or under its state plan but has an 1115 Demonstration Medicaid Waiver for a PACE program, which covers adult d
Overview In South Dakota, adult day care is administered by the South Dakota Department of Social Services Division of Adult Services and Aging (ASA), which provides the service through Older American Act (OAA) funding, the In-Home Services Program, and the State Medicaid Elderly Waiver. The regulations for adult day care apply to providers wh
Overview Standards for licensing day care facilities for adults are promulgated by the Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) and administered by the Division of Health Licensing. The Community Long Term Care (CLTC) Medicaid waiver program authorizes adult day health care (ADHC) as a covered service. ADHC providers must maintain
Overview Oregon has no requirements for the provision of adult day services. The state has operational standards, which providers may comply with on a voluntary basis. These standards are summarized in this profile.
Overview Providers of adult day care and day health services must meet certification standards. The Division of Aging and Adult Services in the Department of Health and Human Services oversees the standards, which are based on North Carolina Administrative Code. These standards are summarized in this profile.
Overview New York State (NYS) law provides general standards under which some adult day programs operate, and the NYS Department of Health (DOH) is responsible for quality assurance of adult day programs. The standards to which the services must adhere relate to admission, assessment, staffing qualifications, and patients rights. There are thr