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Happy Holidays from ADHCC!

Happy Holidays from ADHCC!

Happy Holidays from ADHCC!

June 21st COVID-19 Update

Latest updates for providers of LTPAC and senior services.

4 days ago

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Last Call: Register Now for 2022 Virtual ADHC Director and Staff Training

Training to be held this week on Thurs., June 16th and Fri., June 17th.

12 days ago

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EO-38 Reporting Requirement On Hold

Disclosure filings not required for DOH-regulated providers this year.

18 days ago

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HHS Extends Spending Deadline of HCBS eFMAP Funds an Additional Year

Current Medicaid eligibility standards and benefits will continue during eFMAP funding period.

19 days ago

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June 14th COVID-19 Update

Latest updates for providers of LTPAC and senior services.

11 days ago

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June 7th COVID-19 Update

Latest updates for providers of LTPAC and senior services.

18 days ago

Happy Holidays from ADHCC!

LeadingAge NY Meets with DOH on Budget Implementation

While the Department is working on numerous initiatives enacted in the State Budget, other than the restoration of the 1.5 percent cut, timing of funding distributions is driven by the federal approval process.

18 days ago

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ADHC Virtual Director and Staff Training Scheduled for June 16th and 17th

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19 days ago
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The Adult Day Health Care Council (ADHCC) represents 130 medical model adult day health care (ADHC) programs, more than 90 percent of ADHC programs operating across New York State. ADHCC members serve more than 10,000 New Yorkers annually. We are the only organization that speaks exclusively for ADHC providers; we are dedicated to the continuation and expansion of adult day health care in an effort to meet the needs of the frail elderly, chronically ill, disabled adults and their caregivers. We offer our members outstanding operational and regulatory guidance along with state and federal advocacy and an array of educational events, useful products and resources. To contact ADHCC, call 518-867-8836.