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Two half-day virtual training sessions via Zoom Meeting.

Training Schedule

Join ADHCC's intensive 2023 ADHC Director and Staff training and find answers to your questions, solutions to operational challenges and get the motivation to implement change. Whether you have worked in adult day health care for 5 months or 15 years, you will learn new ideas to take back to your program. The program will be held in meeting format to allow for questions, conversation and frank discussion. Bring your questions, concerns and ideas to this training.

Thursday, October 19, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Overview of ADHC Part 425 regulation (including proposed changes to current regulation relating to the HCBS Rule), assessments and admissions, generating referrals, program director responsibilities and day-to-day operations, including staffing of program.

Friday, October 20, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Documentation, HCBS Rule and person-centered care planning, writing policies and procedures, leadership, ADHC frequently asked questions.


Meg Everett is the executive director of the Adult Day Health Care Council (ADHCC) and senior policy analyst for HCBS services at LeadingAge New York. In this capacity, she is responsible for all issues related to medical model adult day care programs, including reimbursement, regulations, lobbying, research and education. She works closely with the ADHCC board and membership on policy issues affecting adult day health care and is responsible for management of the daily operations of the council.

Gail Weinstein, MS, LNHA, CTRS, is a LeadingAge NY ProCare consultant, licensed nursing home administrator and certified therapeutic recreation specialist. Gail’s long term care experience has ranged from hands-on recreation therapist to supervisory and administrative positions. As vice president of Community Health Services, Gail was responsible for the creation, development, implementation and oversight of three Alzheimer’s adult day health care programs, a long term home health care program and an in-house day care program for nursing home residents with dementia. For over twenty years, Gail has provided long term care and adult day health care consulting services through LeadingAge NY ProCare, conducting mock surveys, assisting facilities with plans of corrections (POC), directed plan of corrections (DPOC), and training staff in areas of accidents and incidents, documentation, care planning, policies and procedures, behavior management, therapeutic programming, leadership/management skills and quality assurance. She is also the co-author of a chapter entitled "Approaches to Special Programming" published in Dementia: Issues in Nursing Home Care.

Who Should Attend?

This program is designed for adult day health care program directors and staff members with less than three years of experience in ADHC, as well as individuals seeking to increase or refresh their knowledge of Part 425 regulations or program operations. Program directors, nurses, social workers, corporate compliance officers, and nursing home administrators are encouraged to attend. Staff of programs considering reopening and those recently reopened are also highly encouraged to attend.

Why Attend?

The training program, designed exclusively for ADHC directors and staff, is presented by Council staff and a LeadingAge New York ProCare expert in the field and designed for each ADHC staff member to leave informed and better at what they do. It’s worth your time and important to your ADHC business.

Registration Information

Registration Fees

ADHCC & LeadingAge NY Members: $99
Non-Members:  $199

Payment Information

We accept the following forms of payment: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover.
Check payments can be accommodated when necessary, however; registrations will not be complete until payment is received. Full payment must be received by the date of the program to access to the materials and ensure participation.

We regret we cannot issue refunds for cancellations.

What You Need To Participate

This series will be hosted via Zoom Meeting. Participation requires a high-speed internet connection and a laptop or desktop computer with the following built-in or connected: speakers or headphones, camera and microphone. Participants must adhere to the Virtual Program Code of Conduct. Access instructions will be emailed in the days prior to the start of the live program. 


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Event Starts:
October 19, 2023
Event Ends:
October 20, 2023