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With the rapid changes and advances in services for persons over 60 years of age, CARF's aging services standards reflect leadership in the field internationally.
The continuum of care accredited by aging services/CARF–CCAC includes:
Please refer to the aging services program descriptions or CCAC program descriptions for further details.
For more information on CARF aging services/CARF–CCAC accreditation, please email email@example.com or call toll free (866) 888-1122.
Lenders seeking to invest in the senior housing and services sector may have questions about accreditation and how it helps identify an organization that is prepared to meet the terms of a lending arrangement.
Visit www.carf.org/lenders to get started.
The LeadingAge Ziegler 100 (LZ 100) lists the largest not-for-proﬁt systems providing aging services through senior living in the United States, by order of their total owned market-rate units.In the 2013 list, 27 of the LZ 100 operate 123 of CARF–CCAC’s accredited continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs), which represents about half of the total number of CCRCs that CARF accredits.
The National Adult Day Services Association (NADSA) is seeking applicants for a funding award to support original graduate-level research in the area of adult day services.
If you or someone you know is doing graduate work and could benefit from the funding focused on adult day services, review the fellowship information soon. The deadline is August 29.
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