Facility Type. Title 22 Section. Employee TB Testing Requirements. Adult Day Health Center (ADHC) T22 (b) Each employee record shall contain at least the following. Community-Based Adult Services CBAS - Formerly, Adult Day Health Care. Community-Based Adult Services (CBAS) became effective on April 1, , under the California Bridge to Health Care Reform waiver (search for Community-Based Adult Services related sections). CBAS offers services to eligible older adults and/or adults with disabilities to restore or maintain their .
ADULT RESIDENTIAL FACILITIES Title 22 Division 6 Chapter 6 STATE OF CALIFORNIA HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES Distributed Under the Library Distribution Act. “‘Health Care Provider’ means an individual licensed, certified, or otherwise authorized or. § Adult Day Health Care. “Adult day health care” means an organized day program of therapeutic, social and health activities and services provided to persons 55 years or older or other adults with functional impairments, either physical or mental, for the purpose of restoring or maintaining optimal capacity for self-care.
COMMUNITY CARE LICENSING DIVISION ADULT DAY PROGRAMS Title 22 Division 6 Chapter 3 STATE OF CALIFORNIA HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES Distributed Under the Library Distribution Act. This page is intentionally left blank. Regulations ADULT DAY PROGRAMS TABLE OF CONTENTS TITLE 22, DIVISION 6 CHAPTER 3 ADULT DAY. (11) The center may request staffing variations to these staffing requirements according to Section , Title 22, California Administrative Code. (b) Adult day health centers which serve participants whose primary language is other than English, shall employ sufficient trained staff to communicate with and facilitate rendering services to.
Chapter 5. Adult Day Health Care, Subdivision 1. California Medical Assistance Program, Division 3. Health Care Services, Title California Code of Regulations, Title 22 Title 22 Regulations apply to all community care facilities regulated by the Community Care Licensing Division, except where specifically exempted, and are available at the California Department of Social Services website at the above link.