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Why We Sponsor the NADSA Conference

Amanda Sillars

Amanda Sillars at the 2013 Conference

Total ADHC Solutions has been a sponsor at the National Adult Day Services Association conference since 2011. The exposure we’ve received from both the conference event and link to our website from NADSA’s home page has proven invaluable. Sponsoring this conference has provided national exposure of our products and services to thousands of interested consumers and decision makers for very little investment.

My personal and professional experience at each conference has been overwhelmingly positive. I have found those who visit our booth are very interested and excited about the products and services we provide to the Adult Day Services industry. There is no doubt that without sponsoring the NADSA conference, the national recognition of our brand would never have happened so quickly and easily.

Adult Day Services is one of the fastest growing industries in the country for those serving the elderly and disabled populations. The need for both national and local market leaders of supplies, products or services is vast and wide open at this time. Center owners are hungry for more information and goods and services they can trust.

Below are the most common services provided at Adult Day Centers across the nation:

  • Transportation
  • Nursing
  • Activities
  • Nutrition/Special meals/Special diets
  • Social Work
  • Administrative
  • Exercise
  • Physical & Occupational Therapy Services
  • Activities of daily living support

Some of the needs of Adult Day Services include:

  • Fuel
  • Vans
  • Repair
  • Insurance
  • Furniture
  • Durable medical equipment
  • Training support
  • Food services
  • Office supplies and equipment
  • Program maintenance and cleaning services
  • Exercise and therapy equipment
  • Activity supplies
  • Entertainment; musical, comedic, dance, theatre, etc.
  • Greenhouse/gardening
  • Pet care/aviary/aquarium
  • Personal care and bathing fixtures/amenities
  • Storage systems for supplies, including lockers for staff and clients
  • Emergency preparedness kits/supplies
  • Promotions; branded items for marketing, apparel for associates

SponsorshipNADSA has been quite willing and open to discuss not only the advertised sponsorship opportunities for the National Conference, but collaborate on other partnering opportunities that are mutually beneficial for both parties. These may include products sold on the NADSA website, national discounts on products and services for NADSA members with reciprocal advertising, etc. Just give them a call and they’ll be happy to discuss your proposal.

I invite you to look through the sponsorship prospectus to find the best opportunity for your company.  I will warn you, though—you may want to jump on the sponsorship that most appeals to your needs. Many of the sponsorship opportunities are exclusive and may not be available if you wait.

—By Amanda Graham Sillars, MSW, LCSW, CEO, Total ADHC Solutions, Inc.