Generally, family members are the majority care providers for disabled or impaired adults. Adult day care allows care givers to continue working outside the home, receive help with the physical care of a loved one, avoid the guilt of placing a loved one in institutional care, and affords them a break from the physical demands and stress of providing round-the-clock care. The care receiver can also benefit from adult day care. He or she is able to remain at home with family but does not require 24 hour care from the primary care giver. Adult day care participants also have an opportunity to interact socially with peers, share in stimulating activities, and receive assistance with the activities of daily living with dignity. Thus, adult day care may be a less expensive way of allowing those who require chronic care to stay at home and in their community. Adult day care offers a win/win situation for everyone in the family.