SHO Continues Advocacy for Assisted Living Services in Colorado

SHO is proud to be members of both Assisted Living organizations advocating for providers in Colorado-Colorado Assisted Living Association and Colorado Health Care Association-Colorado Center of Assisted Living.

CALA is the “can do association” that is known for representing the Assisted Living Industry in Colorado.

The association is committed to assisting, promoting, informing, educating and advocating on behalf of Assisted Living residences and professionals.

Professional Credibility-CALA membership helps show prospective residents and employees your commitment to professional growth and dedication to the assisted living industry.

Advocacy-As Colorado’s leader in assisted living advocacy, CALA works regularly with the CDPHE and other local, state and federal government entities.

Education-CALA offers educational seminars throughout the year that help meet your training requirements. These statewide events bring vital information directly to you and your staff.

Leadership-The QMAP syllabus changes, tiered Medicaid rates and the rising acuity of residents are just some of the issues on which CALA continues to be a statewide leader.

The Colorado Health Care Association built the foundation for the creation of the Colorado Center of Assisted Living (CCAL) in 2004. 

CHCA recognizes the need for more effective and responsible legislative and regulatory representation in the Colorado assisted living community. The National Center for Assisted Living, (NCAL) Washington, D.C. monitors national ALR public policy issues and debates.

CCAL is your source for leadership in the ALR profession serving our members through consumer education, networking opportunities, public affairs, professional development and a respected voice in public policy advocacy.

CCAL works to monitor proposed legislation and regulations for assisted living facilities and assists the Education Committee in developing educational sessions geared toward assisted living providers.

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