What is DAIL?

DAIL Agency and Division chart.

What is DAIL?

The Kentucky Department for Aging and Independent Living (DAIL) provides state and federal funding and administrative oversight of statewide programs and services for older adults and individuals with disabilities.

To ensure quality of service, as it relates to the health, safety, and welfare of the individuals served; DAIL works in collaboration with Kentucky’s 15 Area Agencies on Aging and Independent Living, Community Mental Health Centers, Centers for Independent Living, other state departments, and a host of service providers and community partners.

Want more information?  Visit the DAIL website.

What does DAIL do?

DAIL oversees and certifies Assisted Living facilities across the state.

DAIL also administers oversight and funding (state & federal) for the following programs offering disability services:  Hart Supportive Living Program, Participant Directed Services via a contract with Medicaid, Brain Injury Trust Fund, State Independent Living Council and the Centers for Accessible Living.

DAIL works to ensure that services provided are person-centered, compliant with state and federal regulations and policies, and support the various aspects of independent living.