for Adult Day Care Providers
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You may also E-mail the Division
Quality Assurance, attention Bureau of Assisted Living.
Only those adult day care programs seeking to serve one or more
participants with Waiver funding are required to be certified.
Please note: Applications not acted upon by the
applicant will be closed after one (1) year.
Starting an Adult Day Care
Facility - Agency Response to Inquiries
Required Certification Documents:
e-SOD/e-POC Provider Information
also refer to
DQA Memo 13-002
Medication Management Initiative
The Medicaid Waivers are CIP
I and CIP II and COP-W.
Living Facility Survey Guide (P-63186) (PDF, 118 KB)
for Assisted Living Enforcement (P-63200) (PDF,
Assisted Living Consumer Information - includes the following:
Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC):
a Business in Wisconsin (exit DHS)
Diabetes Prevention & Control Program in Wisconsin
links to Care Guidelines and Strategic Plan
Federal Links -
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, HIPAA, Civil Rights, US
Department of Labor, etc.
Safety in Healthcare
Provider resources for Safety
Preparedness for Long Term Care and Assisted Living Facilities
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Emergency Preparedness and Response website includes preparedness
resources for healthcare facilities. (exit DHS)
U.S. Department of Labor
States Department of Labor, Wage and Hour Division Fact Sheet website
provides information by topic of the Fair Labor Standards Act. (exit DHS)
Fact Sheet topics include: Health Care, Nursing Care Facilities, Nurses,
Recordkeeping, Home Health Care, Hours Worked, Overtime, and additional
Wisconsin's Flu Resource
Flu Resource website (exit DHS)
Wisconsin License, Permit and Registration Services
License, Permit and Registration Services - Category: Health/Medicine (exit DHS)
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September 24, 2014