Adult Protective Services (APS) is dedicated to serving vulnerable adults. We investigate reports about abuse, abandonment, neglect, exploitation and self-neglect of vulnerable adults in Washington State. We collaborate with other agencies to offer protective services as needed. the types of services and programs available that help an adult remain at home. who to contact to get in-home services. You can either pay for care out of pocket yourself (private pay) or through health insurance (Medicare, Medicaid, other insurances) In many cases, it will be both.
The Washington State Department of Health has developed this webpage to provide up to date resource to assist long term and residential care facilities in response to the COVID outbreak. While the situation is evolving, at this time we believe that older patients and those with chronic medical conditions may be at higher risk for severe. About Adult Family Homes These are residential homes licensed to care for up to six non-related residents. They provide room, board, laundry, necessary supervision, and necessary help with activities of daily living, personal care, and social services. RCW
How do I report suspected abuse/neglect of a vulnerable adult? How do I know if I am eligible for long-term care in my home or residential settings? How do I pay for long-term care?