Making the Voice of Assisted Living Heard

Making the Voice of Assisted Living Heard Ensuring that the voice of assisted living nurses is heard loud and clear as a part of national policy discussions related to assisted living is a national priority for AALNA. In addition to facilitating discussions at the state level via our state leaders and chapters, AALNA participates in the following national committees and coalitions: The Center for Excellence in Assisted Living (CEAL)CEAL is a non-profit collaborative of eleven nationa...
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Ethel Mitty Commemorative Scholarship

Ethel Mitty Commemorative Scholarship Ethel Lora Mitty, RN, Ed.D, beloved wife of Harold, Mother of Emily and Roger, Mother-in-Law to Jonathan and Jennifer, Grandmother to Sarah, Daniel, Jason, Abigail, Andrew and Matthew, friend and mentor to so many nurses, died on Monday April 29th, 2013. Ethel’s family lost a dear loved one; we lost an advocate for Assisted Living nurses, an industry leader and a dear friend. Ethel’s enthusiasm, vibrant personality and dedication to the field are just...
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Toolkit for Person-Centeredness in Assisted Living

Toolkit for Person-Centeredness in Assisted Living Initially released for use in June 2014, the Toolkit for Person-Centeredness in Assisted Living was developed through a close partnership between the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the national Center for Excellence in Assisted Living (CEAL), along with assisted living providers, residents, family members, and organizational representatives. Available for free download, the Toolkit includes questionnaires to be comple...
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Join AALNA as Corporate Member

Corporate Member Committed to quality care for residents, our Corporate members have joined the American Assisted Living Nurses Association (AALNA). This corporate membership provides all nurses with access to the benefits of membership, including: professional networking opportunities, updates on industry trends, continuing education courses and webinars, changing regulations, and having a voice in state and national policy discussions. Corporate members see this as part of the organiz...
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