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Adult Day Services

The CPRF adult day program in Wichita, Kansas, provides personal care, community outings, learning, and recreation for adults who receive I/DD waiver services.

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Day Program for Adults With Disabilities

Our Adult Day Services team meets each client’s daily needs. Caregivers can be confident that we provide their loved ones with excellent care and engaging activities.

  • Music therapy by WSU School of Music graduate students
  • Sensory room w/ soothing music, aromatherapy, weighted blankets, & more
  • Accessible flower garden
  • Wheelchair swing
  • Adjustable basketball goal
  • Outdoor swimming pool (summer months)
  • Community outings
  • Indoor learning & recreation activities (reading, crafts, cooking, etc.)


Note: We do not have a sheltered workshop or supported employment program. For employment services, please visit our Job Placement page.

Adult Day Program Options

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Kenneth J. Wagnon Life Skills Program

The Life Skills Program is for adults with disabilities requiring more personal care and staff assistance. Our aides engage clients in exercise and physical maintenance programs, reading, crafts, and other activities to ensure their time at our day program is enriching and well-rounded.

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K.T. Wiedemann Adult Learning Center

The Learning Center promotes independence through adult daily living skill-building. Clients also benefit from exercise and physical maintenance programs, as prescribed by their physician, as well as personal care and support.

Our facility is fully accessible for those with assistive mobility devices.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Does a person have to have cerebral palsy to attend Adult Day Services?

    No. Our adult day program is open to people with many types of disabilities.

  • How much does it cost to attend Adult Day Services?

    The Home and Community Based Services waiver (I/DD) generally funds individuals eligible for services. To determine eligibility, contact the Sedgwick County Community Developmental Disability Organization (CDDO) through their website or by calling (316) 660-7630.

  • Is transportation provided?

    Transportation to and from our facility is an individual responsibility. However, if a family member or residential provider cannot give transportation, Wichita Transit may be an option. Clients who live at home can apply for a transportation scholarship through CPRF, which may allow for a reduced or free rate on Wichita Metro Transit Authority fees.

    Adult Day Services does provide transportation to and from program community outings.

  • Are meals provided?

    No. Although staff members are prepared to help clients with reheating, grinding and eating, meals are an individual responsibility. Adult Day clients bring their lunch from home to ensure they enjoy personal preferences and meet individual dietary and nutritional needs.

  • I would like CPRF to be my day services provider. How do I get started?

    These steps will help you start the process:

    1. Has eligibility for I/DD services determined by the Sedgwick County Community Developmental Disability Organization (SCDDO)?
      • If not, please contact the SCDDO to start this process.
    2. Do you have a Targeted Case Management (TCM) provider? A TCM provider can help with the transition and coordinate services.
      • YES: Please include them as part of your provider search.
      • NO: Please contact the SCDDO to learn about TCM services.
    3. Do you have funding available through the I/DD Home Community Based Services (HCBS) Waiver for day services?
      • If not, will you have funding available by the time of enrollment?
      • Your Managed Care Organization (MCO) coordinator through Medicaid can help with this process.
      • If not, we accept private pay for day services.
    4. Do you know your assigned tier from your BASIS assessment?
      • The tier you have been assigned determines the fee for day services.
    5. Are you needing full-time or part-time services?
      • We offer both options.
    6. If you have made your decision on a day services provider, have you contacted Options Counseling at the SCDDO?
    7. Have you completed the Options Counseling form and submitted it to the SCDDO?

    If CPRF has been chosen as the day services provider, the SCDDO will notify CPRF. At this time, the Adult Day Services director will contact you regarding enrollment. An intake meeting will be scheduled with the client, guardian, family, TCM, and MCO coordinator to discuss services, care plan, medical/health issues, and completion of intake forms. Medical forms such as medical exams, medication, standing orders, protocols (seizure and/or respiratory), and TB test must be completed by the doctor within the last 6 months from the start date of day services. CPRF cannot start the enrollment process/paperwork until after they have received the form from the SCDDO stating CPRF has been chosen.

    Get a printable version of this checklist.

Program Partners

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CPRF partners with the Sedgwick County Developmental Disability Organization to make this program possible.