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Adult Day Services
What are Adult Day Services?
Social activities, supervision, supportive services, meals, and in some situations, health services that are provided in a licensed setting.
Who needs Adult Day Services?
Someone who has physical, emotional or mental limitations
Do I qualify for Adult Day Services?
You may qualify if you:
- are 18 years or older (19 years or older in some situations)
- need structured activities, support and supervision
You must first qualify for a DHHS program that has the Adult Day Services, and a worker must determine that you need this service.
More questions and answers about Adult Day Services
Contact a DHHS worker who can answer your questions about Adult Day Services or to apply for this service.
Information on becoming a provider of this service
How do I find out if I can receive Adult Day services?
Contact the a local DHHS office.
Adult Day Services includes a meal, but what if I am on a diabetic diet?
Special diets will be provided to you as needed.
What types of activities are provided?
Various activities including social and recreational, both individual and group.
What if I have a specific need such as help with walking?
You will be helped with your individual needs.
How can I find an adult day center in my area?
Contact a DHHS office or view a listing of licensed Adult Day services or locate a listing of Adult Day services in your area.
Where can I read the DHHS regulations for programs with an Adult Day Services?
Title 473 -- Social Services for Aged and Disabled Adults, Click on Chapter 5; scroll down to 473 NAC 5-002
Title 480 -- Home and Community-Based Waiver Services and Optional Targeted Case Management Services, Click on Chapter 5; scroll down to 480 NAC 5-005.A
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