Costs vary among adult day centers, depending on the services offered, type of reimbursement, and geographic region. While an adult day care center is not usually covered by Medicare, some financial assistance may be available through a federal or state program (e.g., Medicaid, Older Americans Act, Veterans Administration). There are also several state, and local funding sources that support day care programs in the area. Please contact us or visit our center to discuss your financial options.
WE ALSO ACCEPT PRIVATE PAY MEMBERS.
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Call the Elder Helpline at 1-800-96-ELDER (1-800-963-5337).
The National Adult Day Services Association is a good source for general information about adult day care centers and programs. They can help you link to a state adult day care association. It can be reached by calling the toll-free telephone number 1-877-745-1440 or by going to http://www.nadsa.org External Web Site Policy.
The Florida Adult Day Services Association was established in 1983 to unite centers in providing leadership, advocacy, education, and the advancement of adult day services in Florida. Since its inception, adult day services have evolved from social models to comprehensive, person centered care centers offering a number of additional levels of care.
FADSA represents the adult day services industry of Florida in Tallahassee with our Legislative advocate, Asztalos and Associates. Beginning with the legislation that enacted the Adult Day Care Center statute, to the 2012 enactment of the Specialized Alzheimer’s AdultDayCareCenter license, FADSA representatives have worked with legislators and attended State hearings to insure that changes were in the best interest of our industry. https://www.fadsafl.org/contact-us/
How do I file a complaint? You may print the Complaint Form with the Authorization for Release of Patient Records form from the list below or call 1-888 419-3456 or (850) 245-4339 to request one by mail. To avoid delays in the process, please complete all sections of the form and attach the requested information. All complaints must be legibly written or typed, and signed. Forms are provided in PDF format and require Adobe Reader to view (free at: www.Adobe.com)