Rules, regulations and resources vary by state. Become familiar with local and statewide licensing/certification requirements, zoning regulations and safety codes. Network with colleagues through state adult day services associations. Click on links below to learn more about states or click here to learn more about opening an adult day center. Opening an Adult Day Center. Safe Banking for Seniors. Read the NADSA newsletter The Voice to stay current on adult day services; Know the Rules and Regulations Governing your Area. National Study of Long-Term Care Providers (NSLTCP) The MetLife Study of Adult Day Services: Providing Support to Individuals and Their Family Caregivers.
Adult Day Care Centers provide therapeutic programs of social and health services as well as activities for adults in a non-institutional setting. Participants may utilize a variety of services offered during any part of a day, but less than a 24-hour period. Notices/Updates. Care Choices. Adult Day Care Programs provide a structured program of therapeutic, rehabilitative, social and leisure activities in a monitored setting. The programs offer supportive services to the participant, as well as to the family, by providing care and supervision in a protective environment during the day.
Social Adult Day Services(SADS) Resources. Social Adult Day Service General Information; SADS Self-Certification (20 minute video - requires WebEx viewer) Frequenty Asked Questions about the SADC Certification process; Table of Contents - SADS Self-Monitoring Tool; Guide - SADS Self-Monitoring. SADS Regulations; Policy and Procedure for SADS. According to the 2015 Genworth Financial cost of care survey, the average cost of adult day care in Texas is $758 per month. The monthly base rate for Texas adult day care is typically lower when compared to neighboring states. Texas is also less expensive compared to the national average. This cost is the base cost for in Texas.