ADP centers are non-medical programs for older adults and individuals over the age of 18. They provide personal care, protective supervision, health monitoring, and meals, along with activities that stimulate adults physically, socially, intellectually and creatively.
ADHC centers offer a medical-model program for adults 18 and over with chronic medical, cognitive or mental health conditions who are at risk of needing institutional care. A team of licensed professionals coordinates each participant’s care. Activities, personal care, hot meals, nutritional counseling, and transportation to and from the center are also provided. CBAS centers provide the same services as ADHC. CBAS participants must meet the state’s eligibility criteria for CBAS and be enrolled in a Medi-Cal managed care plan.
PACE programs provide full medical care along with an adult day health program. A team of licensed healthcare professionals coordinates each participant’s care. Participants get transportation to and from medical appointments and receive home care when necessary. PACE pays for hospitalizations and nursing home rehabilitation if needed. To enroll, participants must be 55 or older and eligible for nursing home care.
Personal Care & Health Education
Recreational & Therapeutic Activities
Hot Lunch & Snacks
Individual Care Plans
Referrals to other services
Nursing Care & Medication Management
Social Work Services
Physician and Specialist Care
Hospital and Emergency Care