Welcome to LALA Online!
Thank you for visiting our website. It has been designed to serve as a resource to assisted living providers and the residents and families they serve.
About the Louisiana Assisted Living Association
Since its founding in 1999, the Louisiana Assisted Living Association has grown to become the primary voice for assisted living communities in Louisiana and the residents and families they serve. Our members include organizations that own, operate, manage and/or develop assisted living communities and personal care homes. Our membership also includes a variety of Industry Partner (vendor) member companies that provide products and services to assisted living providers and their residents.
Our Mission & Guiding Principles
Our mission is centered around SERVICE to assisted living providers, residents and their families; ADVOCACY on issues related to senior living; and EDUCATION of consumers, providers, lawmakers, regulators and others in the community. The members of the Louisiana Assisted Living Association are committed to upholding the assisted living industry to the highest standards and enhancing the quality of life for the senior population served throughout the state. Preserving resident choice and promoting dignity in care are the hallmarks of this association.
The Louisiana Assisted Living Association is a state affiliate of the Assisted Living Federation of America. ALFA’s Core Principles have been endorsed and adopted by the LALA Board of Directors to guide our efforts and shape our public policy. These principles are built on the belief that assisted living is more than a service or location. It is a philosophy of care centered around choice, independence, dignity and quality of life. For more information on the Assisted Living Federation of America,visit their website at www.alfa.org.
Seniors In Assisted Living Overwhelmingly Feel Safe
According to a recent poll, seniors in assisted living feel safe in,and satisfied with, the communities in which they live. To learn more about the facts visit: http://www.alfa.org/alfa/default.asp