Director of Adult Day Services

Job Locations US-PA-New Holland
Activities and Caregiving
1st Shift
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
Garden Spot Village


The Director of Adult Day Services is responsible for managing the Adult Day Services (ADS); implementing specific procedures and programs; participating with the assigned supervisor in establishing specific goals for the unit; determining work procedures and expediting work flow; insuring unit compliance with all operating policies and procedures; directly supervising assigned personnel; communicating with appropriate personnel; providing periodic reports.


  • Manages the ADS Program (Program) provided by Garden Spot Village.
  • Hires team members and supervises team members and volunteers.
  • Develops procedures to support the Program's fee schedules, billing procedures, and records system.
  • Develops and maintains relationships with local offices within the area, such as the Agency on Aging, Veteran’s Affairs, and other community agencies and organizations that can provide support to the Program or to individual participants.
  • Develops and establishes a quality assurance system for evaluating program effectiveness and the effectiveness of individual care plans and interventions.
  • Provides education to community agencies and groups on the goals of the Program.
  • Designs and implements individualized programming based on each participant's plan of care.
  • Assures the Program’s compliance with Chapter 52 Long Term Living Home and Community Based Services regulations for PDA waiver participants.
  • Is available for yearly inspections from the PDA Adult Daily Living; yearly inspections from the VA; yearly inspections from the PDA ENP Meal Monitoring; and the every two-year’s inspection from the PDA Waiver (QMET).
  • Resolves any areas of non-compliance from inspections; creates and implements a plan of action/correction within the specified time and returns to the specific department that inspected.
  • Participates with the COO in establishing specific goals for the unit; implements strategies to achieve these goals.


  • Must have at least a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university, and a minimum of two years’ social or health service experience or must have a high school diploma or GED equivalent and a minimum of three years’ experience in the social or health service setting.
  • Must have your LPN License. 
  • Must have the skills to work with aging adults and/or adults that have functional impairment.
  • Must have proficient reading, writing, grammar, and mathematics skills; proficient interpersonal relationships and communication skills; proficient ability to design and carry out therapeutic activity programs; knowledge of all applicable federal, state, and local regulations.
  • A minimum of two years’ experience in working with the elderly and the physical and/or mentally disabled normally required.


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