Top Ways You Can Benefit From Being a NADSA Member
1. Stay Current on Adult Day Services with
- Electronic Alerts that are regularly sent to members so you stay informed of timely issues affecting adult day services nationwide. Make sure your email is not blocked from the updates and update your email address with us by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Member’s Only Library Archive that is updated regularly with past webinars, publications, research material and educational information.
- Webinar and Teleconference Participation. Past topics included “Forget Memory” with Anne Basting, “Enhancing End of Life Care through Hospice and Adult Day Services”, “How Health Care Reform Impacts Adult Day Services”, “Transportation Best Practices”, “Creating Sustainable Funding for Nonprofits”, “Rehabilitation Services in Adult Day Centers: Discover How!”, “An Introduction to Cross-Cultural Awareness.”
2. Network with Adult Day Service Peers by
- Subscribing to our Yahoo list serv and exchange ideas, solve problems and learn what issues others are facing. Join today to receive subscription instructions.
- Attending Events including the Annual National Conference, State Association Conferences and other events. Look online for upcoming events.
- Getting involved in a Committee
3. Publicize your center and increase referrals to your center through publication on our member directory and locator from the NADSA website.
4. Effect Change with Advocacy Representation
- Afflerbach Group lobbying for NADSA and Adult Day Services
- Attend Annual Capitol Hill Day Public Policy Event and speak with local legislators regarding public policy initiatives. Learn about NADSA public policy here.
5. Save money with Member Discounts on
- NADSA publications and other resources to train staff in your center and/or to increase your own knowledge in our online store!
- Webinars held monthly on topics to help you grow your center
- Conferences and Events including the NADSA Annual Conference
7. Vote! Exercise your right to vote for the volunteers who serve as the Board of Directors.