SOURCE: Physicians Adult Daycare

January 23, 2007 09:23 ET

Physicians Adult Daycare Pursues Expanding Canadian Opportunities

HOUSTON, TX -- (MARKET WIRE) -- January 23, 2007 -- Physicians Adult Daycare (PINKSHEETS: PHYA) announced today that it is adjusting its focus to take into account increasing recognition among Canadian service providers of the need for flexible adult daycare solutions such as the Company provides. Citing a recent January article in the Canadian daily the National Post, Physicians Adult Daycare believes that the Canadian care providers are becoming increasingly attentive to the growing demands of an aging population.

According to the article, "With the growth of the 'sandwich generation' -- middle-aged people taking care of both their children and their parents -- ...employers are looking for solutions to help employees deal with both responsibilities..." (Source: National Post 01-04-07). Responding to growing pressures, Kids and Company, a national provider of employee child-care benefits, has launched an inaugural program in Calgary in conjunction with five Calgary firms to provide adult daycare services for their employees. Early demand has been exceptional, and according to Victoria Sopik, CEO of Kids and Company, "We've had huge demand...We could have launched with 30 companies instead of just five."

In the words of a company spokesperson for Physicians Adult Daycare, "We have been striving for some time to bring greater awareness to what is already a significant shortcoming in our ability to care properly for our elders. This promises to become an even more serious dilemma as the population ages, and we are gratified to see the beginnings of a growing recognition of the problem. We will be paying close attention to the progress of the initiative in Calgary."

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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