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Why Attend a National Adult Day Services Conference?

October 9-11, 2014
The Westin | Charlotte, NC

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Any professional associated with adult day services (owner, operator, nurse, social worker, care provider, referral source, regulator, funder) or interested in opening an adult day center will benefit from the connections you make and renew at the largest gathering for adult day services professionals in the United States!

  • State and International Leaders Luncheon, Thursday October 9, 2014
  • Welcome to the North Carolina reception event to be held at the Bechtler Museum and hosted by the North Carolina Adult Day Services Association, Thursday October 9, 2014.
  • Round Table discussions during lunch on Friday, October 10 and Saturday, October 11, 2014 (Please inform us of your topics of interest during registration.)
  • Networking Reception, Friday, October 10, 2014

Presenter Dr. Denise Smith listens to marketing challenges and best practices of conference attendees


Choose from a variety of site visits on Thursday, October 9, 2014, to see four North Carolina adult day centers and/or one South Carolina adult day center.


Knowledge is power, and the power of adult day services is the future of care. Take advantage of learning opportunities in a variety of ways. Application has been made for many sessions to qualify for continuing education credit for nurses, social workers and nursing home administrators.

  • 4 optional pre-conference intensives before the conference
  • 20 educational sessions on a range of topics by business leaders
  • Keynote sessions: “The Shape of Things to Come: Convergence of Health, ADC & Community-Based Services” and “Your Friend or Someone Else’s Friend—Secrets of Grassroots Advocacy.”

View the full conference schedule and session information on our website and register for the conference online or download the registration form here.

Plan to explore downtown Charlotte. Many interesting locations are within walking distance of the conference hotel. Lunch on Thursday and dinner on Friday (after the networking reception and state association meetings) are terrific opportunities to get to know your colleagues and enjoy a meal.


Apollo Bath goes to the extreme to make sure conference attendees are clean!

Learn More About Charlotte:

  • Charlotte’s Visitor Page (restaurants and other special locations)
  • For an interactive general map of downtown Charlotte, click here
  • For an interactive map of local dining and parking, click here
  • Reserve your room at the Westin Hotel. The Westin is offering a special conference rate of $169 (single/double) per night plus tax for NADSA conference attendees. Note that any attendee not identifying his or her affiliation with the National Adult Day Services Association at the time the reservation is made will not be extended the group rate. Reserve by September 15, 2014. Call 1-888-837-4148 or Click here to reserve now!

Networking at conferences fosters friendships that last for years!

Book your flight and/or car rental. You can fly right into the Charlotte Douglas International Airport, located only minutes from the Westin. Click here for driving directions from the airport to the hotel.

For more information email us at or call us at 1-877-745-1440.