You can complete a COMPASS (Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Access to Social Services) application on-line. This system will evaluate the application for eligibility in many state programs including Medicaid, CHIP and adultBasic. Phone: If you have questions, please call toll-free at The Statewide Distance Learning Project (DLP) provides adult education services at a distance to meet the needs of Pennsylvania residents who are unable to access face-to-face instruction in their areas of need. The DLP offers ABE, ASE, English language instruction, and high school equivalency test preparation services.
The adult basic education services funded under Title II of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) are administered by the Pennsylvania Department of Education, Bureau of Postsecondary and Adult Education, Division of Adult Education. The essentials of adult basic education . Adult Basic Education (ABE) Instruction in language arts and/or mathematics provided to adults who function below 9th grade level in reading or mathematics or both. High School Equivalency Test Preparation. Instruction designed to prepare participants to pass a test (e.g., GED, HiSet, TASC) to receive a certificate of high school equivalency.
adultBasic. Eligibility requirements. To qualify: Annual household income must meet the Income Guidelines (PDF).; Adults cannot be enrolled in any private or governmental group or individual health program, including Medicare, and cannot have had health insurance for the past 90 days (unless the adult is losing CHIP coverage or the applicant or the spouse lost health insurance because they are. Adult Day Centers offer an interactive, safe, supervised environment for older adults and adults with a dementia-related disease, Parkinson’s Disease, or other organic brain syndromes. T hey provide personal care, nursing services, social services, therapeutic activities, nutrition, and therapeutic diets and emergency care.