ALAA maintains beneficial relationships with the Alabama Department of Public Health which licenses assisted living in Alabama; the Statewide Healthcare Coordinating Council and the State Healthcare Planning Agency, the State Legislature and other agencies critical to the success of licensed assisted living.
Additionally, the Association works with Universities, AARP, the Alabama Department of Senior Services, Alzheimer’s advocacy groups, and others who are vital partners in our education and service to seniors.
For more than twenty years the Assisted Living Association of Alabama has proven its value to licensed assisted living professionals and is respected by all in the long term care community.
For all the myriad vendors and suppliers to assisted living communities in Alabama, ALAA offers a platform for developing and supporting markets.
Vendors play an important role in developing educational modules to inform and support our professionals and staff.
ALAA supports a Group Purchasing program for members to maximize efficiency and keep operating cost low while developing important value for our vendors.
ALAA recognizes the value of individuals who are interested in advocating for seniors and assisted living in a professional capacity or others who wish to have a voice in public policy for seniors.
Individual membership helps magnify our unified voice for excellence.