ADC in the newsPhoto Credit: MizzouWire

Operation STEVE helps veterans young and old connect
A new volunteer-based program through the University of Missouri called Operation STEVE helps connect student veterans with elderly veterans who attend an area adult care center, among other service projects.
Columbia Daily Tribune, November 11, 2013

Connecting as family
MU’s Adult Day Connection is not your grandmother’s care facility. Well, maybe it is, but for adults with dementia and other health challenges this School of Health Professions program functions like a family. MizzouWire, April 8, 2011 

Local Agency Alternative To Nursing Homes
Unlike traditional nursing homes, Adult Day Connection provides seniors with exercise, nutrition and socialization opportunities during the day, and allows them to go home at night. KOMU.com, Oct. 26, 2010

Old-fashioned tea party
The [ADC], which gives seniors a place to be during the day, has a monthly party where participants dress up in hats and jewelry and enjoy tea and dessert. Columbia Daily Tribune, Oct. 1, 2010

Making new connections
Adult day care services offer caregivers reprieve. Columbia Daily Tribune, Sep. 19, 2010

A mission of service
University community provides expertise for adult day care program. Mizzou Weekly, Nov. 12, 2009

Our Town
Four-year-old Liam Arbuckle visits his great-grandmother,Crystal Davidson, at the MU Adult Day Connection. Talks about the ADC as well as how little Liam impacts the center. Columbia Daily Tribune, April 7, 2009