Contracted Providers

Geographic Sub-Regions | Income Guidelines | Client Demographic Reports | Service Area Forms and Resources

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Aging and Disability Services sub-contracts with local service providers to deliver services to older adults, family caregivers and adults with disabilities. This site includes information on reporting requirements, program standards, and other resources to assist our partners in the community.

All HSD/ADS Investment Opportunities: Investment Opportunities

Most Older American Act (OAA) funded service areas undergo open competitive bid processes every four years. Information on open bid processes will be available on the Washington State Office of Minority and Women’s Business Enterprises (OMWBE), and Puget Sound Business Journal websites.

Prospective providers for Medicaid-funded Long-Term Services and Supports—such as Adult Day Services, Home Care, COPES Ancillary Services, and Roads to Community Living—should refer to information on the  Washington State DHSH Aging and Long-Term Support Administration website for qualifications and application instructions.

Click on the headings below for more information. 

Geographic Sub-Regions

Aging and Disability Services uses regions to understand service coverage in planning and investment processes. These regions were developed by King County.

There are four regions:

Seattle: Within the city limits

North: Bothell, Cottage Lake, Kenmore, Lake Forest Park, Shoreline, and Woodinville

East: Bellevue, Carnation, Duvall, Issaquah, Kirkland, Medina, Mercer Island, Newcastle, North Bend, Redmond, Sammamish, and Skykomish

South: Auburn, Burien, Covington, Des Moines, Enumclaw, Federal Way, Kent, Maple Valley, Normandy Park, Renton, Tukwila, SeaTac, White Center/Boulevard Park, and Vashon Island.


Income Guidelines Client Demographic Reports

Aging and Disability Services collects demographic data on all clients who participate in ADS funded programs. The Client Profile Report is an aggregate demographic profile of all clients who received services in a calendar year. Service providers submit data monthly and an Annual Client Profile Report for all services is compiled by ADS.

Data Reporting Requirements and Format

Aging and Disability Services Client Profile Reports

Depending on the service area, providers submit demographics in either an anonymized format or at the individual client level. For some services or in some cases where client information is not available, data may be recorded in aggregate. See below for the list of service areas and profile types. More information about data requirements for each service can be found under Service Area Forms and Resources.

Service Areas Reporting Anonymized Client Data via GetCare

  • Legal Services

Service Areas Reporting Client-Level Data via GetCare

  • Adult Day Services
  • Care Transitions
  • Case Management
  • Community Living Connections (CLC)
  • Congregate Meals
  • Family Caregiver Support (FCSP) and TCARE
  • Health Promotion
  • Home Delivered Meals
  • Kinship Caregiver Support (KCSP)
  • Transportation

Service Areas Submitting Client-Level Data via Monthly Data File

  • Senior Centers

Service Area Forms and Resources

Adult Day Services | Case ManagementCare Transitions Community Living Connections | Caregiver Support | Client Long-Term Services and Supports | Health Promotion | Home Care and Home Care Aide Training | Legal Services | Nutrition Programs | Respite Care | Senior Care Centers | Transportation |

Forms and other resources specific to each service area are listed below. Contact your Program Specialist for more information on your contract.

Note: Most Data Specification documents were updated effective October 2021 with transition to GetCare. If you need an older version and a link is not found in a section below, please contact your Program Specialist for assistance.

Adult Day Services – Day Health and Day Care (ADH/ADC)

Case Management

Care Transitions

Community Living Connections

Caregiver Support

Client Long-Term Services and Supports

These additional services are for clients receiving personal care through the Medicaid Long Term Services and Support program:

Health Promotion

Home Care and Home Care Aide Training

Legal Services

Nutrition Programs

Respite Care

Senior Centers



Contact Community Living Connections, for free, confidential access to Aging Network Services in Seattle-King County,