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Innovation in aging
At the most basic level, adult day services (ADS) provide a congregate environment for participants and respite for caregivers. Researchers often evaluate the impact of ADS on participants and caregivers in terms of attendance; however, what happens in ADS (e.g., specific programs and interventions) may be equally or even more important than simply attendance. In this presentation, we review four recent innovative studies conducted in the ADS setting with participants: (a) a board gamedoi:10.1093/geroni/igaa057.2101 fatcat:y6umqftabren5lf54wd5tfnwuu