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13 March 2015

Nominate Someone for National Adult Day Services Awards

Posted March 13, 2015 in Uncategorized
Deadline June 26, 2015

2015 National Awards Nominations

Do you know somebody who is doing an outstanding job at work or is supporting adult day services locally and impacting adult day services nationally?  Nominate program staff, organizations, caregivers, participants, legislators and advocates who demonstrate excellence and support day services for NADSA’s Annual Awards.

Click here to read the guidelines and complete the application online:

Submit electronic nomination

Download and print the nomination application

Awards recognize program staff, organizations, programs, media representatives, legislators and advocates who support adult day services.  Electronic nominations must be submitted by June 26, 2015.  Winners will be recognized during the National Conference October 16-17, 2015, at the Hilton Squaw Peak Resort in Phoenix, AZ.   For conference details visit

19 January 2015

Adult Day Center Owner Honored with Enterprising Woman Award

Posted January 19, 2015 in Uncategorized

Deborah K. Delaney, owner of Touching Lives Adult Day Services in Savage, MN, has been named to receive a 2015 Enterprising Woman of the Year Award by Enterprising Women magazine.  The annual Enterprising Women of the Year Awards, which recognizes the finest women entrepreneurs in North America and beyond, is in its 13th year. It is widely considered one of the most prestigious recognition programs for women business owners. To win, nominees must demonstrate that they have fast-growth businesses, mentor or actively support other women and girls involved in entrepreneurship, and stand out as leaders in their communities. Many of the honorees also serve as leaders of the key organizations that support the growth of women’s entrepreneurship.  For more information or to register to attend the 2015 Enterprising Women of the Year Awards
Celebration & Conference, visit



16 January 2015

Regional Forums Provide Opportunity for Input on Aging Issues

Posted January 16, 2015 in Uncategorized

Provide input for the upcoming National White House Conference on Aging through regional forums.  Each will allow planning staff to hear directly from the public on issues such as ensuring retirement security, promoting healthy aging, providing long-term services and support, and protecting older Americans from financial exploitation, abuse, and neglect. They will also help planning staff to reach older Americans and their caregivers, advocates, and other stakeholders where they live.

Regional forums are scheduled as follows:

  • February 19, Tampa, FL
  • March 31, Phoenix, AZ
  • April 9, Seattle, WA
  • April 27, Cleveland, OH
  • May 28, Boston, MA.

The regional forums are co-sponsored by AARP and being planned in coordination with the Leadership Council of Aging Organizations, a coalition of which the National Adult Day Services Association is a member with more than 70 of the nation’s leading organizations serving older Americans. While participation is by invitation, all of the events will be live webcast to engage as many people as possible.

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12 January 2015

Provide Feedback on Proposed USDA Rules for CACFP

Posted January 12, 2015 in Uncategorized

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) released a proposed rule on Friday, January 9, 2015, with new science-based nutrition standards for meals provided through USDA’s Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP).  The rule will provide older adults and adults in nonresidential daycare settings greater access to nutritious foods.  Adult day centers that participate in the CACFP are encouraged to provide feedback on the proposed changes.  Read the Proposed CACFP Rule

Those interested in reviewing the proposal and offering comments during the 90 day period are encouraged to do so once it is published at, a Web-based portal to make it easy for citizens to participate in the federal rulemaking process. All comments received will be considered carefully in finalizing the rule before it is implemented 

For more information about the proposed changes, please visit:

19 November 2014

Adult Day Helps Caregivers’ Emotional Stability

Posted November 19, 2014 in Uncategorized

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – Caregivers who employ adult daycare services to help care for individuals with dementia have fewer emotional ups and downs, and that may protect the caregivers’ health, according to Penn State researchers.

A study that investigated emotional fluctuations in caregivers of individuals with dementia by researchers in the College of Health and Human Development has been published in the journal Health Psychology. Yin Liu, a doctoral candidate, is the first author. Additional authors include Steven H. Zarit, distinguished professor of human development and family studies (HDFS); David M. Almeida, professor of human development and family studies; and Kyungmin Kim, postdoctoral scholar.

The study examined associations between fluctuation in daily negative affect (i.e., depression and anger) and use of adult daycare, daily experiences, and other caregiving characteristics.  Read more



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