Adult day services representatives in South Carolina recently landed an outstanding opportunity to educate the public about adult day services when they were invited to appear on a television broadcast.  Barbara Wright, owner of Helping Hands and Hope Bridge, and Coretta Bedsole were invited to appear on Lt. Governor McConnell’s weekly television show broadcast on SC Educational Television. This unique opportunity educates policy makers and the public about the benefits of adult day. Please take some time to review the interview and consider how you can make a difference in your community.

http://www.scetv.org/index.php/this_week_state_house/entry/march_7_2013_adult_day_care/

(Used with permission of SC Educational Television)

 

Join us in Washington, DC, on April 15-16, 2013, for the annual public policy event as we approach federal leaders about the importance of adult day services.  Learn more at http://www.nadsa.org/public-policy/nadsa-capitol-hill-day-april-2013/.