Bainbridge Island, WA - Silver Planet®, a Web site empowering boomers and seniors to age with choice, is delighted to announce an exciting new partnership with the National Adult Day Services Association (NADSA). NADSA, a nonprofit group, is the leading voice of the rapidly growing adult day service industry, and it has created a database of more than 4,500 day service providers in every state and the District of Columbia. This brand-new directory is available exclusively at Silver Planet.
Adult day centers provide a coordinated program of professional and compassionate care in a safe community setting that offers social and therapeutic activities, meals, transportation, and help with personal care. NADSA has made the process of finding a facility nearby much easier. The online directory allows you to click on any state to review a list of cities that offer day centers. Clicking on a city produces a list of providers and complete contact information.
"This is the only official adult day services directory published by the organization, and it has the most current list of these facilities," said Karen Klein, CEO of Silver Planet. "Adult day care is wonderful for the older adult because of the many services it offers, and it's a lifesaver for the caregiver in need of a break. Knowing what choices are out there is invaluable. We are thrilled to partner with this nonprofit and share this service with our readers. "
"Making information available to families is very important," said Sara Myers, managing director of NADSA. "Our partnership with Silver Planet is leading the way to ensure that essential long-term care information is accessible and usable. "
Partnering with NADSA is part of Silver Planet's new business initiative that builds on the comprehensive services it has been providing to seniors since 2008.
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