Basic Daily Adult Day Health Fees
Fees include snacks, lunch, outings, supplies, and all program services. There is a transportation fee a day and an initial assessment fee. This is a one-time charge. We do offer scholarship funding based on income. Bills are sent monthly and must be paid monthly. Charges are incurred only for each day attended.
Participant fees are supplemented with city and county grants, contracts, Medicaid, COPES, State Respite, United Way funds, donations and extensive fund-raising efforts. We are deeply grateful for any contribution of money, supplies or volunteer assistance that our families and community can provide.
For more information on fees, contact Judi Pirone, (425) 286 1037, firstname.lastname@example.org
The social worker will explain in detail the various financial assistance programs. Those available to people over 65 who are in financial need are COPES, Medicaid, Veteran’s Administration, some insurances, Respite and Senior Citizens Services Act. Please do not hesitate to inquire about these assistance programs.
The center bookkeeper will send a monthly bill to all private pay participants. Fees are set during the intake process. You are only billed for the days attended.
Title XIX/Medicaid or COPES
Monthly billing takes place electronically by modem for all recipients of Medicaid funds. Participants who receive medical coupons from DSHS must submit a copy of their coupon as soon as they receive it each month.
Washington State Respite Program/ VA/Insurance
The accounting office will bill monthly for each participant served according to the contract. If the contract amount is less than the full fee, the bookkeeper will bill the participant for the remainder, according to the sliding scale.