The Assisted Living Network
Founded in 2013, The Assisted Living Network is an innovative association of assisted living home owners and managers servicing Southern Arizona. Collectively, our vision serves to increase our members’ accessibility to high quality, professional and cost-friendly resources.
In becoming a member, you will receive professional consulting for your business and exposure to education for caregivers and operational efficiencies. Members will also be connected to high quality resources through collaboration with local service providers and unified representation in local/state legislature.
Renew or begin your annual membership for $220.00.
Tax-Deduction Information for Membership is Available
The Assisted Living Network of Southern Arizona operates under a board that reviews the association’s needs as whole on accounts of: operational management, financial efficiencies, networking, legislative representation, and employment practices.
Marketing for Maximum Exposure in the Marketplace
Strategies for the Hiring & Retention of Quality Staff
Tax Management & Planning
Legislation Summaries (AZDHS & CDC)
Event Training Documentation
Licensing Information (caregivers & managers)
The Assisted Living Network of Southern Arizona is honored to recognize the featured care home of the month, The Gardens at San Carlos.
The Gardens at San Carlos continue to lead the industry with the incorporation of innovative and thoughtful practices that provide senior residents with the utmost support.
Learn more about The Gardens at San Carlos here.
Giving You a Voice
We have had the privilege to host Mayor Rothschild, Chris Ackerley and Ethan Orr at our recent events.
Currently, we are working on a plan of action to overturn the following:
Prior to October, 2013 Assisted Living Homes were classified as Residential Facilities which allowed for an environment which could provide care for seniors in a comfortable, home-like environment. In October, 2013 homes were re-classified as Healthcare Facilities, which not only does not allow for the home-like environment but also puts undo requirements on the home related to building codes, OSHA and HIPAA which could eventually lead to assisted living homes no longer being able to stay in business.
Please help us create a contact list by completing this document and returning it to
Assisted Living Network: PO Box 14991 Tucson AZ, 85732