Intended for long-term care providers, consumers, and gerontology
students, this valuable new guidebook and manual encourages the
promotion and enhancement of adult day care as an essential link in
long-term care. Since the early 1970s, the number of adult day care
centers in the United States has grown from 20 to more than 620.
This rapid increase in adult day care programs indicates that it is
an important health care and social resource that has begun to fill
a necessary gap in the long-term care system. To further meet the
increasing needs, this new book provides information regarding the
history, definition, and concept of adult day care; models of care;
scope of activities; state and national policy; and samples of
forms and reports needed for daily operations.
|Country of origin:
Lenore A Tate
• Cynthia M Brennan
||Electronic book text
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