Welcome to the new NYSADSA Website!
This website will help with the work of keeping our membership connected. With social networking support, simple tools for staying in touch, space for sharing documents and photos and resources to support committees, we can use it to help market our association and highlight great work being done.
In addition, the New York State Adult Day Services Association is going to be the workhorse that will collect member dues and support event registration and payment and even allow the public to search our membership to find the right Adult Day Care Provider in their area.
So pardon our dust, we’re still under construction. But we invite you to come see what we’ve started.
We’re excited! We hope you will be, too!
The Benefits of Membership
Join our active, professional, and vocal team of advocates for and of Adult Day Services across New York State.
We extend a warm "Thank You" to our current members - we could not advocate for adult day services at the State level without your support, and we would like to welcome new members who wish to join our growing, thriving organization.
All current NYSADSA Members receive a host of opportunities, including:
Putting The Pieces Together with NYSADSA at its 2016 Annual Conference!
With a full program covering topics such as updates from NYSOFA, a presentation from the Department of Health, Innovative Programming, Nutrition, Billing, Loss Control & Risk Management, a Government Affairs update, Supervision & Monitoring, and much more... the 2016 Annual Conference is an event that you won't want to miss!
The 2016 Annual Conference will feature:
Finger Lakes Geriatric Education Center (FLGEC) Collaborative Learning Environment
Click here for more information!
The Conversation Project and the Institute for Healthcare Improvement have collaborated to create Your Conversation Starter Kit (For Families and Loved Ones of People with Alzheimer’s Disease or Other Forms of Dementia.)
This booklet is specifically designed to guide families and loved ones of people with Alzheimer’s Disease or another form of dementia regarding their conversations with their family members and loved ones about their end-of-life wishes and care. It includes both guidance and fill-in-the-blank questions in an easy-to-use workbook format. To be most effective, these issues should also be discussed with appropriate medical providers.
The guide is available at the following web site: