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Statutes and Administrative Rules

The following Statutes and Administrative Rules are relevant to the Illinois Department on Aging.

Federal Statutes:

Older Americans Act

Federal Rules:

State Statutes:

Illinois statutes are located on the Illinois General Assembly Web site under "Illinois Compiled Statutes."

Regulatory Agenda: 

The Department published its most current Regulatory Agenda on page 7662 of Issue 28 in Volume 43 of the Illinois Register on July 12, 2019.

Rule Changes:

NOTICE: The Department’s January 2020 Regulatory Agenda was published on page 404 of Issue 1 in Volume 44 of the Illinois Register on January 3, 2020.

NOTICE: The Department’s First Notice for proposed amendments to Adult Protection and Advocacy Services [89 Ill. Admin. Code Part 270] regarding updates to Section 270.250
relating to the assessment conducted on reports of alleged or suspected abuse, neglect, financial exploitation, or self-neglect of an older adult or person with disabilities based on
PA 101-496, as well as the addition of procedures for electronic service requirements required by the Administrative Procedures Act (APA), was published on page 1 of Issue 1 in Volume 44 of the Illinois Register on January 3, 2020.

NOTICE:  The Community Care Program (CCP), 89 Ill. Admin. Code Part 240, Second Notice of proposed rulemaking regarding Automated Medication Dispenser (AMD) was accepted by JCAR on 12/20/19. JCAR's Second Notice comment period closes no later than 2/2/20.

NOTICE: The Department’s First Notice for proposed amendments to Community Care Program (CCP) [89 Ill. Admin. Code Part 240] regarding rate adjustments to maximum payment levels for CCP in-home service and adult day service providers was published on page 14475 of Issue 51 in Volume 43 of the Illinois Register on December 20, 2019.

NOTICE:  Adoption of rulemaking amendments to Public Information, Rulemaking, and Organization [2 Ill. Admin. Code 725] was effective upon filing on October 30, 2019.  The rulemaking updated the Department’s location and contact information for non-FOIA records requests, the Department’s rulemaking provisions, and added the Department’s organization information.  The rulemaking was published on page 13289 of Issue 46 in Volume 43 of the Illinois Register on November 15, 2019.

NOTICE: Adoption of the repealer of Access to Information of the Department on Aging [2 Ill. Admin. Code 726] was effective upon filing on October 30, 2019.  The Department’s previous Part 726 was repealed which included outdated Department and Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) details.  The repealer was published on page 13300 of Issue 46 in Volume 43 of the Illinois Register on November 15, 2019.

NOTICE: Adoption of the New Part, Access to Records of the Department on Aging [2 Ill. Admin. Code 726], was effective upon filing on October 30, 2019.  The rulemaking is the replacement for the repealer of the outdated Part 726 and includes current Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) information, as well as Department contact and other information related to FOIA requests.  The New Part was published on page 13302 of Issue 46 in Volume 43 of the Illinois Register on November 15, 2019. 

NOTICE:  The Department’s First Notice for proposed amendments to Community Care Program (CCP) [89 Ill. Admin. Code Part 240] regarding Automated Medication Dispenser (AMD) was published on page 12209 of Issue 44 in Volume 43 of the Illinois Register on November 1, 2019. 

Administrative Rules:

Rules are located on the Illinois General Assembly Website under "Rules and Regulations: Administrative Rules."​​​​​​​​​

TITLE 2: GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION*

TITLE 4: DISCRIMINATION PROCEDURES*

TITLE 86: REVENUE*

  • Part 530 Senior Citizens and Disabled Persons Property Tax Relief and Pharmaceutical Assistance Act
    • The Illinois Cares Rx Program was terminated by Public Act 97-689 on July 1, 2012, and the Circuit Breaker Program was not funded for State Fiscal Year 2013 under Public Act 97-730. Applications received by the Department on Aging will be used to determine eligibility for the license plate discount and mass transit benefits under the Persons with Disabilities Ride Free Program and Seniors Ride Free Program.

TITLE 89: SOCIAL SERVICES*