Health and Safety Standards in Social Services for Adults
State agencies operate elderly waiver programs under a 1915(c) waiver to their Medicaid State plan. Adult day centers are center-based facilities directly licensed by the State agency. They provide adult day services to functionally impaired adults on a regular basis for periods of fewer than 24 hours during the day in a nonresidential setting. As the licensing agency for adult day care centers, the State agency must ensure that adult day centers follow applicable licensing standards to protect the health and safety of adults receiving services at these facilities. Recent OIG reports have identified numerous instances of noncompliance in regulated child care facilities and family adult foster care homes. We will determine whether regulated adult day centers comply with applicable Federal, State, and local regulations and standards on ensuring the health and safety of adults in their care, including infection control for conditions such as coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) and other coronaviruses.
|Announced or Revised
|Expected Issue Date (FY)
|Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
|Health and Safety Standards in Social Services for Adults
|Office of Audit Services