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Adult Day Health Care (ADHC)

An Adult Day Health Care (ADHC) program is a specialized medical model that caters to the comprehensive needs of adults with physical, mental, or functional impairments. It offers a range of services including medical, nursing, social, and personal care. These services are delivered by licensed professionals within a community-based nursing center.

An ADHC facility can be owned or operated by individuals, societies, agencies, corporations, institutions, or any group, either for profit or nonprofit. It provides adult day health care services to two or more functionally impaired adults who are not related to the owner or operator of the facility. ADHC centers typically operate for a minimum of five continuous hours within a 24-hour day, ensuring extended care and support for individuals in need.

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Support Coordination utilizes the components of intake, assessment, service planning, linkage, monitoring / follow-up, reassessment and transition/closure. Eligibility is determined by requirements specific to each population.

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