National Adult Day Services Week

  • Sunday, September 18, 2016
  • Saturday, September 24, 2016
  • Nation-wide

This special week has been celebrated annually since it was proclaimed on September 27, 1983, by former President Ronald Reagan. The third complete week of September is set aside to raise awareness of the availability and accessibility of adult day programs nationwide.

National Adult Day Services Week provides a terrific opportunity to showcase the services and programs provided to meet the needs and enhance the lives of participants through adult day services. Tweet your activities. Use photos and links to increase engagement. Add the hashtag #ADSWeek2016 to your tweets so that all NADSA followers can see them.

  • Consider highlighting employees and volunteers who make service delivery possible.
  • Interview and share stories with the media from families and participants who live better as a result of utilizing adult day services.
  • Tell how your center provides enhancement in programming – Doing well in Adult Day Services; implementing person-centered practices
  • Demonstrate how your center works well, e.g. fiscal wellness; board wellness; staffing wellness; investing in professional development; strategic planning to prepare for changing health care environment
  • Promote Self Care/Staff Care – Being well with unplugging; scheduled vacations; grief management for losses we experience; yoga/exercise/diet/meditation
  • Describe care for participants and care for their family caregivers – How ADS enhances life for both groups; How to assist family caregivers; serving diverse populations.
  • “Like” MADSA's Facebook page

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