The core mission of the Adult Care Licensing Program is to optimize the health, safety, and quality of life of adults in community care facilities through the administration of an effective, collaborative, and regulatory enforcement system that emphasizes harm prevention and proper and timely compliance.
Home care agencies provide non-medical services to ill, disabled, or vulnerable people with functional limitations, enabling them to maintain their highest level of independence and remain in their homes.
Sep 13, 2019 · *Note: As of April 8, 2010, the text files for Adult Care Homes and Family Care Homes have been updated to include both site and mailing addresses. The respective header files have also been updated to show the new order. Note: 2001 Legislation has combined Developmentally Disabled Adults (DDA) Homes with Mental Health Homes.
Limited Licensed Home Care Services Agencies. Limited LHCSAs are operated by the certified operator of an adult care facility (an adult home or an enriched housing program) to directly provide: personal care services and related nursing supervision which are not the responsibility of the adult care facility; and/or.