Proud to Support Adult Day Care in Nebraska

The 39 adult day care providers in the State of Nebraska are known for going above and beyond to serve those who need supervision, assistance with personal care, nutritional management and more during the day. Often this takes pressure off a spouse who may be worn down due to caregiving or an adult child whose employment is jeopardized due to family caregivng responsibilities.

Populations serviced include the mentally ill, those with developmental limitations, those with Alzheimer’s disease and the chronically obese.

Training in all the usual areas for staff in adult day care is important, and in Nebraska there is a special focus on helping a client with the activities of daily life or their ADLs.  This focus promotes independence and functionality of those you serve.

The national program provided by our firm focuses on providers in Nebraska with specific elements to include:

  1. Transfer and Ambulation

  2. Rendering Personal Care Safely and With Dignity

  3. Medication Administration in Adult Day Care

  4. Prevention & Containment of Communicable Disease:  Blood Borne Pathogens, and more.


Thankfully the course also comes with printed outlines for ongoing in-service sessions.  These are sent via email with each order.

Properly prepared personnel in care are everything.  We live to ensure that preparedness remains a manageable priority.

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Another Blog Post from the minds of the writing, management, business development and people development teams of Direct Care Training & Resource Center, Inc.

For more on our commitment to the success of adult day care providers please visit the LinkedIn Group Adult Day Care Innovation & Growth.

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