What is it?
Adult Day Care is a program available to persons aged 60 and older to provide health and social services in a community-based setting. Services are generally furnished on a regular basis for four or more hours per day, one or more days per week.
This program may be available to individuals who are not yet 60, if the service planning team deems day habilitation or employment services to be inappropriate because the individual is medically fragile.
Transportation between the participant's home and the adult day care center is provided and included in the rate paid to providers of adult day care.
Note: Regarding the Enrollment Forms
How Do I Become A Provider?
- You must have a current contract with the Department on Aging.
- You must be in compliance with Rule 240.
You must submit the following documents to your Region Facilitator:
- Letter of Interest
- Waiver Program Provider Agreement (HFS 1413A)
- Provider Enrollment Application (HFS 2243)
- Provider Information Form (IL462-1246)
- IRS W-9 form and Guidelines
- FTP Registration Request Form
- Community Provider User ID and System Access Request (IL444-2022)
- You must submit documentation to verify that you have a current contract with Department on Aging.