Membership Information

Since 1985, the National Association of Professional Geriatric Care Managers (NAPGCM) has provided leadership, education, and advocacy in the profession of geriatric care management. In May 2015 the National Association of Professional Geriatric Care Managers (NAPGCM) changed its name to Aging Life Care Association™ (ALCA). The profession of “Geriatric Care Management,” as defined by this organization, was changed to the Aging Life Care™ profession and its practitioners “Aging Life Care Professionals™.

We invite you to become a part of ALCA – the respected voice of the profession. Here you will find a diversity of disciplines, an entrepreneurial spirit, best business practices, peer-to-peer consultation, Standards of Practice, Code of Ethics, networking, advocacy, and opportunities to learn from leading thinkers.

Important Note:

Membership qualifications for each level of membership have changed. If you are joining in 2016 (or during October-December of 2015), you must meet these new requirements. This applies to new members only.

ALCA is proud to offer membership levels and benefits that respond to the needs of our members at every step of their careers. For more information on the criteria for each membership level and corresponding benefits, please visit our Member Benefits Page or download a membership application.

If you are a current member or know a current ALCA Member, don’t forget about our Member-get-a-Member Challenge.

Learn more about ALCA initiatives in the 2013 “state of the association” address. The address was given by our 2013 President, Jullie Gray during the Annual Business Meeting held at the 29th Annual Conference.

2014 NAPGCM/ALCA Initiative update – 2014 President Emily Saltz provides an update at the Annual Business Meeting held at the 30th Annual Conference.