SOURCE: Physicians Adult Daycare, Inc.

January 19, 2007 11:11 ET

Canadian Employers Adopting Adult Daycare Model

HOUSTON, TX -- (MARKET WIRE) -- January 19, 2007 -- Physicians Adult Daycare (PINKSHEETS: PHYA) announced today that it is witnessing further demand for the adult daycare services that the Company provides. A recent article in the National Post highlighted the latest efforts in Calgary to answer the demands of employees who are struggling to find a balance between work and family obligations. Recognizing the need for many to take care of their parents as the population grows older and is living longer, five Calgary firms announced plans to open a new daycare facility designed to provide senior daycare for what is rapidly becoming recognized as a significantly underserved segment of the population (Source: National Post 01/04/07).

Quoting Benjamin Schlesinger, professor emeritus at the University of Toronto and co-author of "The Family Squeeze: Surviving the Sandwich Generation," the article pointed out the increasing number of families struggling to cope with caring for their elders. According to the article, this pilot program has already sparked tremendous interest, causing some to speculate that employers who wish to remain competitive may be realizing the need to offer such services to their employees.

According to Physicians Adult Daycare CEO Duane Starkey, "This is just one more instance of the groundswell in demand that is building for the type of services that we offer. Well-chronicled demographic and social pressures are continuing to place increasing strain on an infrastructure already inadequate to deal with current demand, let alone the impending requirements of our aging population. We remain committed to developing innovative approaches to answer this quandary."

About Physicians Adult Daycare, Inc.:

We provide needed services for a PROLONGED and ACTIVE LIFE for family loved ones on a daily basis WITHOUT THE CONFINEMENT of a NURSING HOME. We refer to those who use our services as CLIENTS. A typical day begins when our transportation system picks up your loved one at their home. After a continental breakfast, activities such as arts and crafts, games of pool or bingo, and exercise continue until lunch except on the days for scheduled group outings. A complete hot meal under dietary supervision is served before the rest period. Then activities resume until time for your loved one to be returned home.

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