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THE EFFECTS OF THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT ON PROGRAMMING AND SOCIAL RELATIONSHIPS IN ADULT DAY SERVICES
Adult Day Services (ADS) have emerged as a significant alternative to institutional care for older adults. Nationally there are close to 6,000 ADS centers serving approximately 300,000 clients with a projected unmet need for 9,000 centers in the next two decades. With increasing emphasis on home and community-based care, ADS programs are an effective transitional setting between home and an institution. For regular attendees, ADS often helps defer institutionalization and reducesdoi:10.1093/geront/gnw162.532 fatcat:4ie7cj4wtbafhiazff3y4wbkti