A provider of Adult Day Care services must be enrolled with the Missouri Department of Social Services (DSS), Missouri Medicaid Audit and Compliance Unit (MMAC) to receive reimbursement. An investigation of the provider’s professional background will be conducted pursuant to 13 CSR and 13 CSR Home and Community Based Services. Adult Day Care service is defined as the continuous care and supervision of disabled adults in a licensed adult day care setting for up to 10 hours (forty (40) 15 minute units) per day for a maximum of 5 days.
Adult Daycare in Missouri According to our records, the state of Missouri has at least 1, senior housing providers, which include adult daycare facilities. According to data published by Medicare, the median cost of adult daycare facilities in Missouri is $19, yearly, with costs ranging between $1, and $2, monthly. Adult Day Care Programs provide a structured program of therapeutic, rehabilitative, social and leisure activities in a monitored setting. The programs offer supportive services to the participant, as well as to the family, by providing care and supervision in a protective environment during the day.