History of Accomplishments

2024 ~ ReestablishedEngaging With Aging as an annual regional aging conference in collaboration with the American Society on Aging (ASA) and the National Adult Day Services Association (NADSA).

2024 ~ Expanded the  collaboration with the UNLV School of Medicine Nevada Interprofessional Healthy Aging Network (NIHAN) to provide continuing education in aging to health care professionals (physicians, nurses, occupational therapy, physical therapy, social work, psychology), older adults and caregivers, in-home professional caregivers.

2023 ~ Initiated Clark County wide vaccine uptake initiative targeting seniors and vulnerable persons with grant support from the National Council on Aging (NCOA).

2022 ~ Expanded Hospital2Homein collaboration with Clark County Human Services.

2021 ~Initiated planning and implementation of Home-Based Solutions to address to improve social and health outcomes for persons with ADRD and their caregivers by implementing HomeMeds and COPE evidence- based models. This initiative is funded by the Administration for Community Living.

2020 ~ Organized Engaging With Aging 2021: A Post Pandemic Promise delivered virtually.

Engaging With Aging

2020 ~ Charter agency to help create and implement Nevada CAN, Nevada’s rapid response system to COVID-19. In addition to a role in the Steering Committee, NSS assumed responsibility for leading the essential services task force statewide.

2020 ~ Helped launch Delivering With Dignity, in response to the COVID pandemic, battling food insecurity by bringing high quality, healthy meals to homebound seniors in collaboration with restaurants, and a team of non-profit agencies.

2019 ~ Developed Engaging With Aging: Nevada’s Aging Forum – annual conference continuing the tradition of the ASDO Annual Conference (Aging Services Directors Organization).

2019 ~ Implemented Dealing with Dementia – workshop organized for family & professional caregivers developed by the Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving.

2018 ~ Initiated Annual Stakeholder Conference: Dementia Capable Care Transitions:  Better Care and Better Outcomes.

2018 ~ Launched Hospital2Home, dementia capable care transitions program in collaboration with Valley Health System and Comagine and 39 community-based health and social services agencies with funding from the Administration for Community Living.

2017 ~ Developed and piloted first in nation dementia capable care transitions model.

2016 ~ Recipient of Rosalynn Carter Institute Leadership in Caregiving Award.

2015 ~ Implemented BRI Care Consultation – telephone enabled caregiver support.

2015 ~ Established Aging and Disability Resource Center for Southern Nevada.

2014 ~ Inaugurated “Caring For You, Caring for Me” – the second collaborative initiative between Nevada Senior Services & Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving.  This innovative program addresses the needs of family and professional caregivers by bringing them together in a relaxed setting to discuss common issues, share ideas, and gain a better understanding of each other’s perspective on what it means to be a caregiver.

2014 ~ Opened Respite Care & Support Services, providing care partners a break in caregiving for a few hours per week and other supportive resources following a comprehensive assessment.

2013 ~ Initiated RAMP providing affordable solutions for home safety and accessibility modifications by a dedicated team including home safety specialist, occupational therapist and installers.  NSS obtained a Nevada contractor’s license facilitating cost effective and timely services.

2013 ~ Launch of RCI REACH (Resources for Enhancing Alzheimer Caregiver Health), an innovative evidence-based in-home caregiver support program through the Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving with funding from Johnson & Johnson.

REACH (Resources for Enhancing Alzheimer Caregiver Health)

2012 ~ Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving selects NSS as one of four organizations nationally to implement RCI REACH (Resources for Enhancing Alzheimer Caregiver Health), an innovative evidence-based in-home caregiver support program.

2011 ~ Opened Connections, Nevada’s first moderate memory loss center.

2011 ~ Nevada’s first Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment Program, opened with visionary funding from the Nevada Aging and Disability Services Division.

2010 ~ Hosted site for National Town Hall with President Obama and Herb Schultz, Regional Health & Human Services Director.

National Town Hall

2009 ~ “Brain Dance” program implemented with funding by MetLife Foundation and National Guild of Community Schools of the Arts Creative Aging Program.

2009 ~ Bright Pathways, Nevada’s first early memory loss center, developed and opened, with seed funding from the Brookdale Foundation.

2009 ~ Opened the Adult Day Care Center of Henderson.

2008 ~ Total campus renovation through Harrah’s (Caesars) Senior Coalition and Harrah’s (Caesars) Entertainment.

Harrah's Campus Renovation

2006 ~ Acquired and re-licensed the failing Lied Senior Care Center from the Economic Opportunity Board. Adult Day Care Center of Las Vegas born.

2001 ~ Opened the Beth Am Adult Day Care Center, a facility which quickly earned a reputation for program excellence.

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Business Office (and Jones Adult Day Care Center):
901 North Jones Boulevard
Las Vegas, NV 89108
Phone: (702) 648-3425
Fax: (702) 648-1408

For other Services and Programs please see that Program’s web page for contact information.