What We Do

What We Do

What We Do

Utilizing a system of on-demand training we educate, prepare and train adult day care administrative and direct care staff to render the best care and leadership possible.  Our products span both the clinical and the entrepreneurial, creating that perfect blend of well-rounded, diverse training that can make a program stand out.  All is available on an annual subscription basis allowing you to train as many people as necessary for just one cost.

Project Management

New centers need the best technical direction to ensure programmatic excellence and regulatory compliance.  You also need that special blend of regulatory compliance and aggressive, pointed marketing.  Our professional Project Managers will ensure you get it right and that you develop the best possible program or expand your existing program into something that can better serve your community.  From locating and negotiating terms of property acquisition to guiding the licensing and certification processes, we stand ready and equipped to see you through to completion. Start your road to being the best.

Contact us today:

Phone:  866.982.4449

Email:  info@adultdaycaretraining.com

Listen to what others have to say:

“Mr. McCollum and his team are fast workers, efficient and they take the time to educate you.  If they guide you in your entry into adult day care, it will be an experience they will monitor to ensure you succeed.”

Mike Shah

Central Georgia Adult Day Health & Rehab, Inc.

 “The products are easy to use, the recordings are easy to follow and the customer service exceptional.” 

Daniel Kallush, RN

Golden Age Living, LLC – Philadelphia, PA (USA)

“Not only are the products meaningful, they are applicable to everyday adult day care situations.  The sessions on working with people who have dementia and transportation safety are extremely practical.”

Jacob Galibov

Fox Chase Adult Day Care Center, Inc. – Philadelphia, PA

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