TEMPE, Ariz., April 13, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- RALNA – The Residential Assisted Living National Association is expanding its reach with new chapters and advisors. The organization represents the interests of small, assisted living providers across the country. They provide residential senior care homes with resources, a national voice, and improve the quality-of-service delivery throughout the industry. With a national membership base, RALNA offers robust benefits to investors, owners, managers, and caregivers. RALNA is consistently searching for innovative ideas, new advancements, and industry influencers to improve senior living standards.
New RALNA Advisor Setting A High Standard for Senior Living
Eileen Doherty is the association's newest advisor. She is also the executive director of the Colorado Gerontological Society (The Society), the newest chapter affiliate of RALNA. The Frank Ishida Award recipient continues leading The Society since 1982.
"I view my role as needing to have strong working relationships in the community, as well as knowledgeable and expert board members, staff, and volunteers who can meet the needs of Colorado elders and their families," Doherty said.
She places a strong emphasis on education, training, public policy, and advocacy in the field of aging. As a new RALNA chapter, The Society will continue strategizing to meet challenges and serve seniors' needs in Colorado with resource acquisitions.
"I have also found it useful to research, critique, and communicate the facts, statutes, and rules that underlay and impact aging issues," said Doherty.
Contact RALNA to Create a New Chapter Within Your State
The Society has a respected role in the community, and RALNA is seeking to build new chapters nationwide to promote better care amongst seniors in assisted living. As a result, existing advocates in the senior living industry are encouraged to blend their voices to make a more substantial industry impact for small, assisted living homes nationwide. Joining the Residential Assisted Living National Association empowers owners, investors, operators, and caregivers with group discount purchasing, legal support, blog resources, and so much more. RALNA has also revamped its guidelines to provide free memberships to subscribers. Also, the association is expanding its reach by soliciting industry influencers to open new independent chapters nationwide.
Molly Tennant, Residential Assisted Living National Association, 725-210-0755, [email protected]
SOURCE Residential Assisted Living National Association