Report: Shortage of Adult Day Services in Most U.S. Counties - RWJF - national study of adult care centers


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NADSA is the only national association devoted exclusively to professionals in the Adult Day Services arena.Whether you are part of Center staff, a nonprofit executive in the Adult Day Services industry, a researcher, or simply an advocate, NADSA has something for you.

The biennial National Study of Long-Term Care Providers (NSLTCP) monitors trends in the supply, provision, and use of the major sectors of paid, regulated long-term care services. NSLTCP uses survey data on the residential care community and adult day services sectors, and administrative data on the.

Key Findings from the 2010 MetLife Study. Adult Day Services Are a Growing Source of Long-Term Care. There are more than 4,600 adult day services centers across the U.S. — a 35% increase since 2002. More than 260,000 participants and family caregivers are serviced — an increase of over 100,000, or 63%, since 2002.

Apr 14, 2014 · That’s why adult day care is growing in popularity. According to a MetLife National Study of Adult Day Centers, in 2010 more than 4,600 centers in the United States provided services for more than 260,000 recipients and caregivers each day, with 80 percent of participants attending full days and 46 percent attending five days a week.