Corporate Partner Levels and Benefits
A Corporate Partner is a non-voting industry supporter of the Aging Life Care Association® (ALCA) who is not solely in the direct practice of Aging Life Care™/care management as defined by ALCA, but has an interest in the field, including elder law attorneys, physicians, educators, researchers, employees of home health agencies, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, manufacturers or distributors of durable medical equipment or other products or services related to the care of elders. Partnership may include up to three company representatives. Free Senior Placement Agencies are not currently eligible to be Corporate Partners.
The ALCA Corporate Partner program offers several partnership levels and benefits. Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Platinum Partnership levels are available to provide valuable resources and access to Aging Life Care Professionals®. Corporate Partner packages offer a combination of advertising opportunities in ALCA publications, webinars, and on the ALCA Website.
If a Corporate Partner has Aging Life Care Professionals®/care managers on their staff who qualify as ALCA members, we highly recommend at least one Aging Life Care Professional®/care manager become a member. These members will receive all member benefits, including listing in the Find an Aging Life Care Expert search, therefore bringing more value to Corporate Partner listings.
If a Corporate Partner provides Aging Life Care/care management services by Aging Life Care Professionals/care managers who do not meet the membership qualifications as defined by ALCA, those employees will not be eligible for individual membership and will not be listed in the Find an Aging Life Care Expert search. Corporate Partners providing Aging Life Care™/care management services are strongly encouraged to ensure any employee providing such services meets the qualifications of a member as defined by ALCA.
CORPORATE PARTNER CODE OF CONDUCT
We recognize our Corporate Partners play an important role in the success of the mission and vision of the Aging Life
Care Association. To reinforce the standards to which we are committed, we ask that our Corporate Partners agree to the
ALCA Corporate Partner Code of Conduct.
Code of Conduct:
- Work together with Aging Life Care Professionals to help adults and their families live well as they face the challenges of aging.
- Develop mutually beneficial relationships built on trust and respect.
- Conduct business with integrity, adhering to high standards of ethics.
- Comply with all applicable laws, rules, and industry regulations.
- Promote products and services in a transparent and honest manner.
- Employ pricing strategies and fee structures that do not include fee splitting, referral fees, or other similar arrangements that
could influence an Aging Life Care Professional’s recommendations for their client(s). Discounts or pricing strategies that are
passed along to the client are acceptable.
ALCA reserves the right to decline to accept, or discontinue, as a Corporate Partner any firm that is not willing or able to agree
and adhere to this Code.