Promoting the availability, accessibility, cost effectiveness and quality of adult day services in North Carolina


Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information and Resources

As we continue to navigate the rapidly evolving situation related to COVID-19, we want to make sure we are connecting members and providing timely and up-to-date-information.  We have been in touch with centers, regulators and other states to better understand how they are approaching this unprecedented time.  We have heard from many adult day centers that they will be open early this week (in order to give families an opportunity to make alternative arrangements) and then closing on a week-to-week basis as they monitor the situation. Others have already closed. Some adult day centers are also offering virtual “check-ins” by phone to support family members during their closure.
 

Closing Your Center? Be Sure to Let the State Know!
An important reminder: if you plan on closing your Center, you need to inform the state by emailing Heather Carter at the Division of Aging and Adult Services (heather.carter@dhhs.nc.gov). As of 10:25 am Friday morning March 20th, the state notified us that 25 centers around the state are closed.