Suppliers Dedicated to Serving Senior Living Communities
The Senior Living Supplier Guide is the online resource to turn to when you need suppliers of products and services focused on serving assisted living, independent living and retirement communities.
Use the search box above to locate the companies offering the products or services you seek. Or, use the drop down menu to the left of the search box to search through categories of products and services. The advanced search button will enable you to call up several categories of suppliers at once.
Easily call or e-mail designated company representative for more information.
Member to Member Solutions
The following Member to Member Solutions articles were written by ALFA Allied Members to educate providers on issues critical to running a successful senior living community. ALFA’s Allied Members offer years of experience and a unique perspective on senior living issues.
Terrorism Risk Insurance Act: Willis is closely following legislative developments on the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (TRIA, renewed as TRIPRA in 2007), an extremely important issue for our clients. We can now report further progress in the on-going discussion on Capitol Hill related to the renewal of the federal government's terrorism insurance backstop (TRIPA).
When choosing an electricity supply contract, customers have several price options. A fixed-price supply contract stipulates that the customer pays the same price per kilowatt hour (kWh) for all electricity consumed during the contract term. Ensuring budget certainty, a fixed-price contract allows the customer to estimate its supply costs each year by multiplying projected usage by the fixed-price per kWh.
“Breaking the stereotype” is how Jeff Getek, a public affairs manager for Erickson Living, describes his company’s philosophy that senior living communities don’t have to compromise between being stewards of the environment and providing their residents with an amenity-filled lifestyle.
The Commission on Long Term Care appointed by Congress to study and make recommendations about the rapidly escalating crisis facing Americans and their ability to pay for long term care, met for the first time in Washington, DC on Thursday, June 27th and the Commission’s prognosis was dire.