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Try searching by ZIP code to view adult day care centers including the surrounding areas. If the search area is too large, you can view adult day care facilities in only a single city in Montana by selecting the city below.

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Cost of Montana Adult Day Care Centers

According to the 2015 Genworth Financial cost of care survey, the average cost of adult day care in Montana is $2,064 per month.

The monthly base rate for Montana adult day care is typically higher when compared to neighboring states. Montana is also more expensive compared to the national average.

This cost is the base cost for in Montana. Additional fees beyond the base rate may apply.

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Monthly Costs Compared to Neighboring States

Wyoming$1,083
U.S.$1,492
South Dakota$1,560
North Dakota$1,630
Montana$2,064
Idaho$2,519

Montana Adult Day Care Information

Adult day care centers, in Montana, are defined as a facility, freestanding or connected to another health care facility, that, on a regularly scheduled basis, provides adults with the care necessary to meet the needs of daily living. That care cannot consist of overnight care.

Montana Adult Day Care Minimum Standards

Montana statues require adult day care licensure through the Department of Health and Human Services. A client who takes medications during the hours he is at the center must be able to take them on their own. However, the staff is permitted to provide assistance in the following ways: reminding the client to take the medication at the right time, removing medication containers from storage, helping with cap removal, guiding the client’s hand and observing the client take the medication.

Montana has no staff to client ratio, but the rules do require at least one employee to be present in the center at all times in which a client is present. All staff must undergo an orientation which includes, but is not limited to an overview of the policies and procedures manual for the center, review of the employee’s job description, a review of services provided by the facility, a simulation of fire prevention, evacuation, and disaster drills, identification techniques for potential safety hazards in the facility, and emergency procedures, such as basic first aid. The State of Montana conducts routine and unannounced licensure surveys every 1-3 years. The length of a provider’s duration is dependent on the number and type of deficiencies found during inspection. For example, if any of the deficiencies relate to the health, safety, and welfare of an adult day care resident, then a provisional license or a 1-year license is issued.

Montana Adult Day Care Medicaid Waiver

The Department of Health and Human Services provides adult day care through licensed providers under the Physically Disabled and Elderly Waiver and the Developmentally Disabled Waiver.

Montana Adult Day Care Resources

Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services
Senior and Long Term Care Division
1-800-332-2272
Montana Area Agencies on Aging
1-800-551-3191

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