If you are a professional trained in the field of human services who is dedicated to promoting the advancement of dignified care for older and/or disabled adults, you should consider joining the Aging Life Care Association (ALCA), formerly the National Association of Professional Geriatric Care Managers.
The MidAtlantic Chapter encourages active involvement of members on all levels. There are opportunities in…
- leadership roles
- committee work
- local unit participation
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Members benefit in many ways by networking with other chapter members.
- Valuable information regarding local resources
- Mentoring and support for new practices
- Chances for sole practitioners to collaborate for vacation or sick leaves
- Materials, banner, and brochures for exhibiting
- Financial support for local events and sponsorships
- Increased referrals to your practice
Membership in the Mid-Atlantic Chapter requires membership in good standing in The Aging Life Care Association (ALCA). Full membership in ALCA is open only to qualified individuals with a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in the field of human services (social work, psychology, gerontology) or a substantial equivalent (i.e., R.N.), who are certified or licensed at the independent practice level, and who are experienced in the delivery of services to the elderly and their families.