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All over the world, people over 60 are the fastest growing age group, and the number of older people who are no longer able to look after themselves is forecast to quadruple by 2050. This is especially true in the Southeastern states, where mild climate and lower costs of living bring many for their post-retirement years. As they lose their ability to live independently because of physical or mental changes, elders and their families need guidance navigating care needs and finding resources. This is what Aging Life Care Professionals™/geriatric care managers (GCMs) do best.

The Southeast Chapter of the Aging Life Care Association™ (formerly National Association of Professional Geriatric Care Managers) serves clients on a fee-for-service basis throughout the Southeastern United States (Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee). Aging Life Care Professionals in this chapter consist of qualified individuals who fulfill membership requirements and comply with relevant state and professional licensing and certification requirements on an individual basis. Southeastern Chapter Aging Life Care Professionals:

  • Have at minimum a degree in the field of human services (Social Work, Psychology, Gerontology, Nursing) or equivalent background
  • May bring to their practices specialized knowledge in their chosen fields ( for example home health or hospice, assisted living or skilled nursing facilities, counseling, memory care, recreational therapy, etc)
  • Have a passion for improving the life of seniors and expertise regarding the delivery, costs, quality and availability of services in their local communities
  • Are committed to guiding elders and families through the transitions of aging and maintaining quality of life in a caring and organized way

Knowing where to turn can have an enormous impact on improving the independence and active living of the senior adult. To maximize health, happiness and security, it is important to have professional support. Please visit the main Association page for more information on Aging Life Care™ and to Find an Aging Life Care Expert in your area.

For information regarding membership with ALCA and the Southeastern Chapter Click here.

Call for Committee Chairs

The Committees of ALCA are delegated by the Strategic Objectives created by the Board of Directors. Inherent in that responsibility is to promote the Mission of ALCA, to focus on the professionalization of Aging Life Care™ / Care Management, to increase the education of our members, and to have member-driven collaborative input within the membership.

To that end, it is important that those who have expressed interest in joining a committee, be present and participate on conference calls regularly and come prepared with ideas and insight as to the focus of the committee agenda.

ALCA Commitee Participation Policy
Roles and Responsibilities of ALCA Committee and Task Force Chairs