Adult Day Care in North Carolina

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A 4 page paper discussing adult day care regulations in North Carolina and assessing the value of the state's approach. North Carolina requires minimum standards of care, but does not require certification for centers caring for up to three individuals. It appears that North Carolina has developed an approach to compromise that creates maximum benefit for local communities and their resident families. Government involvement is sufficient to ensure minimum standards of care, allowing clients' families to pronounce final judgment on individual centers. Bibliography lists 6 sources.