COVID-19 Guidance for Adult Day Services
IAADS will continue to post updated information regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) as it becomes available. The health and well-being of our Members and their clients is extremely important to us.
Please see below for a list of resources for you to draw from during this time.
IAADS Virtual Town Hall
If you were unable to participate in the virtual town hall on 3/18/2020, you can listen here.
NADSA will be hosting two special Town Hall Meetings on Tuesday, March 24th and Friday, March 27 through the Go to Webinar platform. This meeting is specifically for NADSA Members only and will be free of charge. It will be limited to the first 90 participants who register. The meeting, which will be conducted by NADSA's Policy Advisor Senator Roy Afflerbach (Ret.) and includes several NADSA Board Members, will focus on fiscal priorities for adult day centers and provide an open session for participants to share what they have learned or needs they may have. Presentations will include an overview of activities taking place in Washington, DC by Congress and non-profit organizations; a brief discussion of lessons learned in states where some centers are successfully getting reimbursements; and the next steps to assist our Members during this very challenging time.
State of Indiana
SageSquirrel / WellSky webinar on Tuesday, March 31st at 2:00 EST on considerations for CBOs and state agencies serving older adults during the COVID-19 crisis.
In a Nutshell: Managing in a Global Pandemic – There are great challenges facing state agencies now in the face of the COVID-19 crisis. We go back to basics on change management in considering how to manage in this emergency.
Pathways: Responding without Reacting – Some cautionary thoughts about not just reacting to the current crisis situation but using solid problem solving to create thoughtful and effective responses in this difficult time.
Pathways: Administrative Burdens – Sometimes “we’ve always done it this way” is why things get more complicated than they need to be. Institute ongoing review and validation to ensure that your procedures are always accurate, consistent and efficient.