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Looking for Aging Life Care Services

Look for Aging Life Care Services

If you are looking for expert assistance in caring for a family member, friend, or yourself, this site will help you learn about Aging Life Care Professionals – a partner to help you make the best decisions and deliver the best solutions for you and your loved one as they age. It’s a holistic approach – that respects your values, preferences, and resources.

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the experts and can assist in many ways -- don't just take our word for it.

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Helpful Quick Links

Helpful Quick Links

Welcome to the Aging Life Care Association website. We invite you to browse our pages to learn more about Aging Life Care, and Aging Life Care Professional. In this section, we have provided a few Quick Links to help guide you.

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Member Login

ALCA Members may log in to access additional member resources. If you're not currently a member, create a non-member account to allow you to register for events and purchase products.

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Information on Careers & Membership

Information on Careers & Membership

If you are considering a career in Aging Life Care or are ready to join ALCA, this site provides information on the profession, certification, and membership categories and applications. Our Mission: Leading the community of aging life care professionals through education, professional development, and the highest ethical standards.

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ALCA membership is many things to many members - here's just one comment from a long time member of the association.

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For Professional Referral Sources

For Professional Referral Sources

If you are working with a client who needs a broader scope of services, contact a member of ALCA to ensure finding a professional with the expertise and experience to provide appropriate support, resources, and services. Our members subscribe to the highest standards of practice and code of ethics.

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Aging Life Care News

  • Special Message from Aging Life Care Association CEO

    03/21/2016

    ALCA Announcement
    This year I will celebrate my 10th anniversary with the Aging Life Care Association™...the most challenging, stimulating, and satisfying period of my career.

  • Alzheimer’s: Challenges, choices and change

    06/20/2016

    Atlanta Bestself Magazine
    It's hard not to feel helpless when someone you love is diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease. That's because, while memory loss is the symptom most correlated with the disease, there is so much more to it.

Visit the ALCA Newsroom for additional news and press releases on the association, Aging Life Care™, Aging Life Care Professionals™, and past articles on Geriatric Care Management.

Journal of Aging Life Care

Each issue is filled with in-depth articles and case studies on clinical topics and business topics that are vital in educating Aging Life Care Professionals on the latest trends, best practices, and research in the field. Read the Journal of Aging Life Care.

ALCA Coffee Talk

ALCA Members, if you missed a recent session of Coffee Talk with Callie, click here to log into the archive page. Recordings, slides, and handouts are posted after each session.

Inside ALCA Magazine

ALCA Members, keep up to date with ALCA activities and events. Log in now to read the latest issue of Inside ALCA Magazine.

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Talk to Me: Communication and Alzheimer’s

06/17/2016

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No matter the level of one’s memory loss, stage of Alzheimer’s disease, or type of dementia, human connection and communication is important to overall well-being. Communication requires patience, understanding, and good listening skills. But often, even the most well-trained or educated caregiver gets frustrated or avoids communication altogether. During Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month, Aging … Continue reading Talk to Me: Communication and Alzheimer’s

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The 7 Biggest Myths about Elder Abuse

06/13/2016

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World Elder Abuse Awareness Day was launched in 2006 on June 15th by the World Health Organization. Elder abuse is one of the most overlooked public health problems in the United States. Victims of abuse are three times more likely than those who weren’t mistreated to die prematurely. Learn how to identify those at risk … Continue reading The 7 Biggest Myths about Elder Abuse

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Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and the Aging Adult

06/10/2016

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According to the Alzheimer’s Association,  research has linked moderate and severe traumatic brain injury (TBI) to a greater risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease or another type of dementia years after the original head injury. TBI affects not only professional athletes but also many older adults as a result of a fall or auto accident.   Find … Continue reading Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and the Aging Adult

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