Arizona Assisted Living Home Association is a non-profit membership organization for assisted living home owners in Arizona; along with provider of products and services for our members. We also help families seeking elder care services or assisted living options for a loved one residing in Arizona.
Assisted Living is one of the most preferred and fastest growing long term care options for elder care in the nation, with more then 36,000 communities nationwide. For many people. long term care options are confusing and can be overwhelming. AALHA is a valuable tool and resource for those seeking information and guidance.
AALHA members must maintain current licenses and certification issued by the Arizona Department of Health Services. They must adhere to the highest standards of safety and care. Our care home observe fair and honest business practices.
Our member’s homes are owned, operated and staffed by experiences, well trained elder care professionals with big hearts. Your loved one will be welcomed into the home and treated like family. After all a care home is a family.
While touring care homes you will find the ratio of caregivers to residents lowers then larger facilities resulting in a higher level of care for residents.
There are really no words to thank you for all you did for our dad and our family at this difficult time. My parents loved you like a daughter. We are so grateful that we were able to bring him to your home where he felt comfortable. You held a special place in his heart.
03/02/2016 7:30am - 4:00pm
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