TEMPE, Ariz., Jan. 21, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — RALNA – The Residential Assisted Living National Association (RALNA) is the new one-stop-shop offering a fountain of free resources for the senior housing industry.
RALNA memberships are now free of charge.
The organization is helping small, assisted living homeowners land a huge footprint by giving them a voice on an industry platform.
RALNA offers multiple resources that are already improving the quality of care services nationwide.
The organization is empowering investors, owners, managers, and caregivers with services that include:
1. Training and Continued Education
2. Legal Services and Advocacy for Regulatory Issues
3. Industry-Based Blog Content
4. Improved Healthcare Standards
5. Surveys and Newsletters
6. Cost Reduction Discount Purchasing Power
7. Marketing Services and RAL Home National Registry
8. Member-Based Events
These are the components the senior housing industry needs to thrive.
With 10,000 baby boomers turning age 65 every day, aging demographics in America exhibit ongoing growth over the next 20 – 30 years.
RALNA is fueling the industry by supporting the small neighborhood-based model that is in demand amongst baby boomers.
As a result, the organization extended free resources that previously came with a cost to members.
WHO CAN ACCESS THE FREE MEMBERSHIP?
- Owners and Operators
- Corporations and Sponsors
- Business Investors
RALNA is making an invaluable investment into the future of senior housing by providing free access to a fountain of information.
Energetic entrepreneurs have been registering with high hopes of expanding their business endeavors.
“The content can catapult any residential assisted living business to the next level,” said RALNA executive director Molly Tenant. “We are committed to elevating the standards of assisted living care through continuing education, marketing, support and legal expertise.”
The fountain of free information is flowing into the reach of entrepreneurs who are eager to do well financially while doing good morally.
This free industry support gives baby boomers a choice to age in the small family-oriented care communities they desire.
Molly Tennant, Residential Assisted Living National Association, 725-210-0755, Molly@ralna.org
SOURCE Residential Assisted Living National Association