CAADS - California Association for Adult Day Services

 
HIGHLIGHTED MEDIA COVERAGE

MAR 31, 2015  |  California Healthline
SCOTUS: Providers Cannot Sue Over Low Medicaid Reimbursements

FEB 11, 2015  |  NSCLC News Release
NSCLC Testifies on Importance of Social Security Disability Program at Senate Hearing

JAN 31, 2015  |  Los Angeles Times
California stumbles at shifting care for costly patients


What's New . . .

CCI / CAL MEDICONNECT

Cal Duals Outreach Weekly Update
APR 27, 2015  |  Courtesy of Cal Duals
Cal Duals Update  |  Cal Duals Website (Enrollment Data, FAQs and more!)

 

2703 HEALTH HOMES

CAADS Submits Comments on DHCS' Health Homes for Patients with Complex Needs Concept Paper Version 2.0
MAY 1, 2015 | CAADS Letter | DHCS California Concept Paper Version 2.0 (Draft 4/10/2015)

 

CBAS HCB SETTINGS RULES

Now Available -- Materials from March 17 CBAS Home and Community-Based (HCB) Stakeholder Meeting
APR 2015  |  Courtesy of California Department of Aging
Webinar Slides | Webinar Recording

 

SURVEY

Survey Says: Californians' Perspectives on Health Care
APR 14, 2015 | Courtesy of California Healthcare Foundation | California Health Care Almanac

Survey Says: Californians' Perspectives on Health Care describes findings from a 2014 poll that asked California adults about health insurance coverage, access to care, cost and affordability, use of health information technology, and data on care quality. Key findings include:

  • More than half of adults with the greatest need — those reporting fair or poor health — delayed care in the past 12 months due to cost.
  • Finding health care providers who accept Medi-Cal was challenging. One in five enrollees (21%) reported difficulty finding a primary care physician who accepted Medi-Cal.
  • Among adults who needed to see a specialist, those in fair or poor health were more likely to have difficulty getting an appointment than those in excellent or very good health (43% vs. 17%).
  • In 2014, 40% of adults delayed care in the previous 12 months due to costs.

 

MANAGED LONG-TERM SERVICES AND SUPPORTS (MLTSS)

ISSUES FROM THE STATES: Advocating for Improved Consumer Protections in Managed Long-Term Services and Supports
APR 24, 2015  |  Issue Brief  |  Courtesy of Justice in Aging, with thanks to The Retirement Research Foundation and The Atlantic Philanthropies for their support in producing this paper

State Medicaid programs increasingly are moving their long-term services and supports programs to managed care. But the transition is not without its potential pitfalls for Medicaid beneficiaries and their advocates. A new issue brief spotlights the managed LTSS programs from Florida, Kansas, and New Jersey, and discusses how particular program policies may influence availability of services and the ability of consumers to access those services. The information presented will be of use to advocates from any state with a Medicaid managed care program, and will address both individual and systemic advocacy strategies. Read More

 

FEDERAL ADVOCACY

VETERANS ACCESS TO EXTENDED CARE ACT
MAR 31, 2015  |  Courtesy of NADSA

Support and speak out for recent legislation favoring adult day services:
Support H.R. 1369 and companion Bill S. 739 Veterans Access to Extended Care Act

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COMMUNITY BASED INSTITUTIONAL SPECIAL NEEDS PLAN (CBI-SNP) DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM, S.704, INTRODUCED
MAR 11, 2015  |  Courtesy of NADSA

On March 11, Senators Chuck Grassley (R-IA) and Ben Cardin (D-MD) introduced S.704, which proposes to establish a Community Based Institutional Special Needs Plan (CBI-SNP) demonstration program to target home and community based care to eligible Medicare only beneficiaries. The bill was referred to the Committee on Finance, upon which both Grassley and Cardin serve.

In Senator Grassley's press release, he noted that HCBS services are less expensive than institutional care and that the plans would tailor services to the beneficiaries specific needs. Most importantly, Adult Day Care Services are specifically included as one of the Medicare options in a bill sponsored by a member of the new Senate Republican majority.

Senator Grassley further stated, “One estimate shows four-year savings of nearly $60 million for a demonstration of 5,000 Medicare members by postponing or preventing hospitalization and institutionalization” [emphasis added]. Although only a limited demonstration proposal, this bill offers an opportunity for ADS to fit legislatively into Medicare as an institutional option and the Senator’s words mirror NADSA’s focus of Modernizing Medicare With ADS for Cost Avoidance!

 

CARF-CCAC FINANCIAL RATIOS STUDY

2015 STUDY OF FINANCIAL RATIOS AS PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
Participation Deadline JUNE 26, 2015 | Courtesy of CARF

CARF International is conducting a 2015 study to highlight the concept of “Financial Ratios as Performance Indicators” to the field of Adult Day Services. If your organization is an Adult Day Services provider, this is your invitation to participate in this unique, exciting annual study that began in 2010.

To participate in this study, send the following documents by EMAIL as@carf.org, FAX (202) 587-5009), or MAIL 1730 Rhode Island Avenue NW, Suite 209, Washington, DC 20036, to Amanda Birch at CARF International by Friday, June 26, 2015 -- for your adult day service program’s fiscal year ending in 2014:

  • 2015 ADS Indicators Supplemental Handout
  • Internal unaudited 2014 fiscal year Financial Statements including Revenue and Expense, Balance Sheet, and Cash Flows or;
  • Corporate audit Financial Statements for 2014 fiscal year (if available).
    Note: If your financial information is consolidated for a larger organization, please clearly identify the adult day services financials or send a separate report with only the adult day services financial information included.

There is no charge for your participation in this study. CARF has partnered with Mr. Jeff Boland, of Reinsel Kuntz Lesher, LLP to assist with the study, and he is required to maintain confidentiality of any information disclosed for the purpose of the study. Jeff is a representative of CARF’s Financial Advisory Panel (FAP) and has presented the results of the last five studies at the NADSA Annual Conferences in 2010-2014. For more information on the FAP’s role related to accreditation, see www.carf.org and type “FAP” in the search field located in the upper left corner of our website.

Please contact Amanda as@carf.org with questions about what information is applicable to the study.

 


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Advocacy

CALIFORNIA ADULT DAY SERVICES STATE ADVOCACY FUND
Please Help Us Reach Our 2015 Fundraising Goal of $50,000!

FEB 11, 2015  |  CAADS | Fund Raising Announcement (Contributions to this Advocacy Fund are NOT tax deductible.)

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MISSAELIDES ACCEPTS POLICY & ADVOCACY AWARD ON BEHALF OF CAADS
MAR 25, 2015  |  Courtesy of FCA  |  Family Caregiver Alliance Announcement

Lydia Missaelides accept Rosalind Gilbert Award at Aging in America Conference Lydia Missaelides, Executive Director of the California Association for Adult Day Services, accepts The Rosalinde Gilbert Innovations in Alzheimer's Disease Caregiving Legacy Award from Sean Ostrovsky, Senior Program Officer with The Rosalinde and Arthur Gilbert Foundation.

Missaelides, instrumental in leading the charge to save the Adult Day Health Care model from elimination in California, accepted the award for Success Through a Unified Vision: The Fight to Preserve Alzheimer's Care in California, on behalf of the Association members, ADHC participants and their families, during the American Society on Aging National Aging in America annual conference on March 25, in Chicago.

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CAADS POLICY CONSULTANT TESTIFIES BEFORE ASSEMBLY BUDGET SUB-COMMITTEE #1 ON NEED FOR CBAS STABILIZATION
MAR 9, 2015  |  CAADS  |  Read Testimony  |  View Hearing (Laurel Mildred begins at 01:33:39)

 

Dual Eligible Beneficiaries

PRIMARY CARE PROVIDER ASSIGNMENT FOR DUAL ELIGIBLES EXPLAINED IN DHCS ALL PLAN LETTER
NOV 24, 2014  |  Courtesy of NSCLC  |  Read more  |  DHCS All Plan Letter (APL) 14-015

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BALANCE BILLING DUAL ELIGIBLES VIOLATES FEDERAL AND STATE LAW
AUG 8, 2014  |  Courtesy of NSCLC  |  Read more
Balance billing issues? Contact Georgia Burke at NSCLC: gburke@nsclc.org

 

Fraud

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE PURSUES FINANCIAL FRAUD OF ELDERS
“Operation Choke Point” Cuts off Bank-Facilitated Payments to Scammers

MAR 24, 2015  |  Courtesy of National Consumer Law Center (NCLC)

The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) recently announced consent decrees against two banks that were helping scammers debit the accounts of older Americans and other victims. DOJ alleged that Commerce West Bank facilitated 1.3 million unauthorized remotely created checks for telemarketing scams, medical discount card scams, and payday loan finder scams. According to the complaint, Commerce West “received explicit notice” from Zions National Bank that Commerce West’s “clients were engaged in elder abuse.” Yet Commerce West continued facilitating payments for other scammers with similar red flags of fraud.

One day later, DOJ filed a consent decree against Plaza Bank of Irvine, California, for knowingly facilitating consumer fraud by permitting a payment processor to make millions of dollars in unauthorized withdrawals from consumer bank accounts on behalf of fraudulent merchants.

DOJ brought these cases as part of “Operation Choke Point,” an initiative which focuses on banks and payment processors that knowingly choose to process illegal transactions and willfully ignore clear evidence of fraud. Many scams, fraudulent practices, and illegal activity could not have occurred without access to the payment system. Banks and payment processors enable wrongdoers to debit victims’ bank accounts and transfer money. Elders are particularly at risk.

Last year, a telemarketing scammer defrauded seniors of $20 million by lying to them to get their bank account information. A few years ago, Wachovia enabled $142 million in unauthorized withdrawals from consumers’ bank accounts, many on behalf of fraudulent companies that targeted vulnerable elders. Thousands of consumers, many of them over age 65, filed complaints with state attorneys general, banking regulators, and the F.T.C. requesting refunds for unauthorized bank charges.

The U.S. Department of Justice complaint against Commerce West is available at:
http://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/commercewest-bank-admits-bank-secrecy-act-violation-and-reaches-49-million-settlement-justice

The U.S. Department of Justice complaint against Plaza Bank of Irvine is available at: http://www.justice.gov/sites/default/files/opa/press-release/attachments/2015/03/12/plaza_bank_complaint.pdf

More information on Operation Choke Point and efforts to stop payment fraud:

 

Identity Thieves, Telephone Tax Scams

PROTECTING OLDER ADULTS DURING TAX SEASON
MAR 25, 2015  |  Courtesy of National Consumer Law Center (NCLC)

With tax season in full swing, advocates are reminded that older adults are particularly vulnerable to fraudulent tax preparers, identity thieves, and individuals posing as representatives from the IRS.

A recent report by the National Consumer Law Center and the Consumer Federation of America found that 48 states do not require for-profit tax preparers to meet minimum educational, training, or competency standards. This lack of regulation places older adults at risk of fraud perpetrated by incompetent tax preparers. Older adults are also at risk from fraudulent tax preparers who endeavor to divert a tax refund to a prepaid card under the preparers’ control. Download the NCCL/CFA report at: http://bit.ly/17YkUHK.

A free or inexpensive alternative for low-income taxpayers is free tax preparation sites, including VITA sites (1-800-906-9887 or www.irs.gov) and AARP Tax-Aide sites: (http://www.aarp.org/applications/VMISLocator/searchTaxAideLocations.action). There are also a number of websites that allow low- and middle-income taxpayers to prepare and file their taxes online for free, such as the IRS Free File program at www.irs.gov.

Tax-Time Identity Theft Is a Growing Problem
Older adults who live alone are particularly susceptible to identity theft. Identity thieves use older adults’ personal information to file fraudulent income tax returns and then steal their income tax refunds. Older adults who rely upon home health care workers or visiting nurses, or other persons or institutions (including assisted living facilities and nursing homes) that possess their personal information are particularly vulnerable.

Finally, older adults are at risk from scam artists who, pretending to represent the IRS, call or send email messages claiming that the older adult owes money to the IRS. These scammers aggressively demand immediate payment either through a pre-loaded debit card or wire transfer. The IRS notes that it does not use unsolicited email, text messages, or any social media to discuss a personal tax issue.

Help Stop Tax Fraud of Older Adults
Report tax scams or preparers of fraudulent returns to the IRS at: www.irs.gov/Businesses/Small-Businesses-&-Self-Employed/Tax-Scams-How-to-Report-Them

Report incidents of telephone tax scams to the:
• IRS at www.irs.gov
• Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration at 1-800-366-4484 or www.tigta.gov
• Federal Trade Commission though the FTC Complaint Assistant at www.FTC.gov/complaint

For more information on income tax fraud, visit the IRS website: www.IRS.gov.

 

HIPAA

IN COMPLIANCE WITH HIPAA OMNIBUS RULE EFFECTIVE SEPT 23, 2013?
Read more  |  Get CAADS Updated HIPAA Manual for ADHC!

 

In Home Supportive Services (IHSS)

FEDERAL JUDGE ORDERS DELAY OF ENTIRE NEW FEDERAL OVERTIME REGULATIONS FOR HOME CARE WORKERS UNTIL JAN 15 HEARING IN WASHINGTON, DC
California will suspend implementation of IHSS overtime until that date

DEC 31, 2014  |  Courtesy of CDCAN  |  CDCAN Report

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IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ALL IHSS RECIPIENTS AND PROVIDERS
DEC 31, 2014  |  Courtesy of DRC  |  Notice

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ADVOCACY STEPS FOR CONSUMERS AND ADVOCATES REGARDING THE HOME CARE RULE: Update on Requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act and Olmstead
DEC 2014  |  Courtesy of NSCLC  |  Read More

 

Managed Long-Term Services and Supports (MLTSS)

WHAT'S IN A NOTICE? How Notices Of Action Protect Consumers in Medicaid Managed Long-Term Services and Supports
NOV 2014  |  Courtesy of NSCLC  |  Read more

 

Medicaid

NEW CHANGES TO MEDICAID.GOV WEBSITE AS NEXT MARKETPLACE OPEN ENROLLMENT PERIOD LAUNCHES
NOV 17, 2014  |  Courtesy of CMS  |  Read more

 

Medicare

TRANSITION POLICIES FOR MEDICARE PART D: 2015 Update
JAN 7, 2015  |  Courtesy of NSCLC  |  Read more

 

Person-Centered Care

RX: THE QUIET REVOLUTION PREMIERES THURSDAY, APRIL 2 ON PBS
APR 2, 2015  |  PR Newswire  | Check your local listings

Award-winning director, writer, producer, and cinematographer David Grubin takes his camera across the country from Maine to Mississippi, Alaska to San Francisco, visiting doctors, nurses, and health care professionals who are placing the patient at the center of their practice, transforming the way medical care is delivered while lowering costs.

 

Universal Assessment

REPORT ON UNIVERSAL ASSESSMENT RELEASED FROM LAO
JAN 22, 2015  |  Courtesy of LAO  |  View Report

 

CAADS

California Association for Adult Day Services, a 501 (c) 6 non-profit grassroots-driven organization, advocates for the growth and development of adult day services in California and nationally. CAADS was the first state association formed in the United States for the purpose of advancing adult day services. Centers in membership with CAADS provide innovative day programs that support individuals with physical or mental disabilities and older adults with Alzheimer's disease and their families.

A nationally recognized leader in the field of aging, the Association is governed by the CAADS Board of Directors and provides timely information, analysis, advocacy, technical assistance, education, and networking opportunities for its members. CAADS members agree to abide by the Association's Bylaws, Code of Ethics, and Anti-trust Policy.

CAADS Board of Directors

CAADS Bylaws

CAADS Code of Ethics

CAADS Anti-trust Policy

CAADS 2014 Annual Report

The CAADS Members Only page features information specific to Adult Day Services:

  • State Budget Proposals
  • CBAS Waiver
  • Medi-Cal Issues
  • Medicare and Medi-Cal Dual Beneficiaries News
  • Managed Care Health Plans
  • Coordinated Care Initiative (CCI) and CalDuals Updates
  • CA Dept of Managed Health Care Updates
  • CA Dept of Public Health Licensing & Regulations for ADHC / CBAS Centers
  • CA Dept of Social Services Licensing & Regulations for ADP Centers
  • Legislative Alerts and Advocacy
  • Funding Sources
  • Technical Assistance
  • Education / Training Materials / Webinar Recordings
  • CAADS Membership Roster

Membership Information

CAADS - A.L.E.

The Alliance for Leadership and Education (A.L.E.) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) public benefit arm of CAADS. Its mission is to advance innovation and quality in Adult Day Service through research and analysis, education and training, and leadership for the benefit of consumers and their caregivers.



NATIONAL ADULT DAY SERVICES ASSOCIATION (NADSA)

CAADS is a proud member of the National Adult Day Services Association.

Three representatives from California currently serve on the NADSA Board of Directors:

Corinne Jan, RN, PHN
CEO, Family Bridges / Hong Fook Centers

Lydia Missaelides, MHA
Executive Director, CAADS

Amanda Sillars, MSW, LCSW
CEO, Total ADHC Solutions, Inc.


CARING FOR A VETERAN?

For help, call the VA Caregiver Support Line (toll-free):

1-855-260-3274

Mon - Fri 8 AM - 11 PM (EST) || Sat 10:30 AM - 6 PM (EST)


TO REPORT FRAUD AND ABUSE

Call DHCS Medi-Cal Fraud Hotline:

1-800-822-6222

The call is free and you can remain anonymous.

 

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Human Kindness--it just flows around here
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Click to view the clip from CAADS 25th anniversary video
Honoring Adult Day Services pioneers and those they serve.

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NINA M. NOLCOX
Scholarship Fund

Now Accepting Contributions

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Nina Martine Nolcox, RN, PHN
1965 - 2014
Forever In Our Hearts

The Alliance for Leadership and Education (ALE), a subsidiary of CAADS, has established the

Nina M. Nolcox
Scholarship Fund


to inspire students of nursing to become leaders in their communities.

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RECENT COVERAGE

California Healthline
APR 30, 2015
11M California Adults Live With One or More Chronic Conditions
Key Words:
chronic conditions | poverty level

California Healthline
APR 30, 2015
Medi-Cal Expansion Correlates With Spike in ED Visits, Data Show
Key Words:
Medi-Cal | California's Medicaid program

California Healthline
APR 27, 2015
Long-Term Care Reform Package Making Its Way Through Legislature
Think Tank
Key Words:
support network for aging services and long-term care | Senate Select Committee on Aging and Long Term Care | A Shattered System: Reforming Long-Term Care in California

Catholic San Francisco
APR 22, 2015
Catholic Charities Sunday: Loving our neighbors in San Mateo
Key Words:
Alzheimer's disease | adult day program | Catholic Charities Adult Day Services San Mateo County

U-T San Diego
APR 22, 2015
National City adult day care gets OK
Business successfully appeals decision that had rejected downtown site
Christine Huard
Key Words:
adult day care center | Highlander ADHC | day care services | Open Arms

Modern Healthcare
APR 21, 2015
Future of dual-eligible demonstrations questioned due to low enrollment
Virgil Dickson
Key Words:
Medicaid | Medicare | opt-out problem | Affordable Care Act | managed care plans | long-term care | L.A. Care Health Plan | Molina Healthcare, Inc. | Health Net

California Healthline
APR 15, 2015
Lawmakers Effusive Over Medi-Cal Rate
David Gorn
Key Words:
Medi-Cal rates | Assembly Committee on Health | AB 366 | access to care | 10% provider rate cut

New York Times
APR 14, 2015
The New Old Age
The Tangle of Coordinated Health Care
Paula Span
Key Words:
Coordinated Health Care | new approach to health care | Medicaid | fragmented American health care system | Affordable Care Act | Family Caregiver's Guide to Care Coordination

California Healthline
APR 10, 2015
Survey: Cost of Long-Term Elder Care Rising Across Calif., U.S.
Key Words:
long-term care for the elderly | nursing homes | assisted-living facilities | adult daycare | home health aides

California Healthline
APR 3, 2015
54% of Calif. Doctors Accepted New Medicaid Patients in 2013
Key Words:
Medicaid patients | primary care reimbursement rates

California Healthline
APR 2, 2015
INSIGHT
If Calif. Ends Coordinated Care Initiative, What Happens to Frail Senior Duals?
David Gorn
Key Words:
Multipurpose Senior Services Program | MSSP | duals demonstration project | Cal MediConnect | Coordinated Care Initiative | Medi-Cal | managed care | adult day health care | Medi-Cal managed care plans

California Healthline
APR 2, 2015
Efforts To Increase Medi-Cal Rates Continue, Despite SCOTUS Ruling
Key Words:
Medi-Cal reimbursement rates | access to care | Medi-Cal managed-care plans | AB 366 | SB 243

Justice in Aging
MAR 31, 2015
BLOG
Armstrong V. Exceptional Child Center Bad for Poor Seniors
Vanessa Barrington
Key Words:
poor seniors | access to justice | Medicaid-participating providers | social safety net

California Healthline
MAR 31, 2015
SCOTUS: Providers Cannot Sue Over Low Medicaid Reimbursements
Key Words:
health care providers | Medicaid agencies | low reimbursement rates | access to care | supremacy clause

Modern Healthcare
MAR 31, 2015
BREAKING: Providers can't sue state Medicaid agencies over rates, Supreme Court rules
Lisa Schencker
Key Words:
healthcare providers | state Medicaid agencies | low reimbursement rates | supremacy clause | access to care

Eureka Times-Standard
MAR 27, 2015
Support your community: Sing! Dance!
Editorial
Key Words:
Mad River Adult Day Health Care

Oakland Local / oaklandlocal.com
MAR 26, 2015
Seniors age in place in Oakland’s Chinatown
Laura McCamy
Key Words:
seniors | Hong Fook Community-Based Adult Services Center | Family Bridges | adult day health care centers

California Healthline
MAR 23, 2015
If Duals Project Is Curtailed, Future Is Cloudy for Program for Frail Seniors
David Gorn
Key Words:
Multipurpose Senior Services Program | Cal MediConnect | Coordinated Care Initiative | duals population | duly eligible for Medicare and Medi-Cal coverage | MSSP | CCI | MSSP Site Association | Department of Health Care Services

Camarillo Acorn
MAR 20, 2015
Two generations come together for fun, friendship
Julie Mondimore Wilke
Key Words:
Camarillo Health Care District's Adult Day Center program | Generation Us

California Healthline
MAR 16, 2015
Possible Explanation Offered for Delayed Medi-Cal Termination Data
David Gorn
Key Words:
Medi-Cal | renewal/disenrollment data

Chico Enterprise-Record
MAR 15, 2015
Peg Taylor Center is ready for fifth annual Poppy Walk
Mary Nugent
Key Words:
Peg Taylor Center for Adult Day Health Care | Medi-Cal | Veterans Administration

Napa Valley Register
MAR 14, 2015
Letters to the Editor
Thanks to Vintners for grant
Linda J. Gibson
Key Words:
Napa Valley Hospice & Adult Day Services (NVHADS) | Alzheimer's Day Care Resource Center | Honoring Choices Napa Valley (HCNV)


Videos

National Senior Citizens Law Center
OCT 23, 2014
"Forget About Living Paycheck to Paycheck. Let's talk about Day to Day"
1 in 5 senior women lives in poverty. Dollie, Myrtle, Sandy, and Lidia share stories about what life is like for low-income older women.

San Ysidro Health Center, Inc.
OCT 2014
Caring for Our Greatest Generations
In celebration of
SYHC's 45th Anniversary

Your Money, Your Life
APR 14 & 15, 2014
What are Adult Day Services
Elder Law Attorney Ramsey A. Bahrawy interviews Amanda Sillars of Total ADHC Solutions

I: What Are Adult Day Services

II: Adult Day Services - a win, win, win opportunity

III: Resistance and Dementia

IV: Adult Day Services vs. Home Care: "It's about value"

PBS NewsHour
MAR 20, 2014
Innovating technology for the needs and health of elders
Featuring
Institute on Aging

Marin Adult Day Health Care
JAN 29, 2014
"A Day in the Life":
LifeLong Medical Care's Marin Adult Day Health Care Center

SBSS AGEnts for Change
2014 Video Series

In Home Supportive Services: This Is Important

Safe and Secure Housing: We Can Do Better

The Falling Monologues
MAR 7, 2012

FULL LENGTH:
Falling Monologues (37:18)

SEGMENTS:
Introduction (2:53)
The Ladder (7:28)
The Bus (7:31)
The Sidewalk (6:28)
Scatter Rug (5:15)
Don't Ask (7:45)

 

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THE CAADS STAFF

 

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Lydia Missaelides, MHA
Executive Director

 

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Pamela Amundsen
Education & Events Manager

 

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Kathryn Atkinson
Membership & Communications Director

 

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Coni Segretto-Ricci
Office Assistant

 


Phyliss Regino
Office Assistant
(not pictured)


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