The U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES Centers for Disease Control and Prevention National Center for Health Statistics released their QuickStats: Percentages of Residential Care Communities and Adult Day Services Centers That Provided Selected Services — United States, 2014. Using their 2014 data on adult day services centers from the National Study of Long-Term Care Providers, 2013–2014. Vital Health Stat 3(38). 2016.  

They found that in 2014, a greater percentage of residential care communities than adult day service centers provided five of seven selected services. The majority of adult day services centers provided transportation for social activities (69%); skilled nursing (66%); and social work (52%). Fewer than half provided physical, occupational, or speech therapy (49%). One third or less provided mental health (33%), pharmacy (27%), and hospice services (12%). 

It is important to note that comparing Residential Care Communities with Adult Day Services Centers can be misleading because both provider types have different regulatory requirements, staffing and training requirements and reimbursement rates depending on their state.