GSLA is home to two types of Members:
Membership is owned by the community, company, or organization. All employees of paid-due Members are considered part of the association and are welcome to receive GSLA Benefits. Benefits are non-transferable to non-member individuals, communities, companies, or organizations.
If you have questions about GSLA Membership or the Membership process, please contact Rita Lowery, Director of Member Services (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Provider Members are state-licensed Assisted Living Communities and Personal Care Homes within Georgia. Community dues are based per state-licensed bed as recorded by DCH. When a community or home has paid membership dues, all employees of that community or home may attend GSLA events at member rates.
Industry Partner Members include any company or corporation that provides goods or services to the senior housing industry or has an interest or involvement in the industry but does not own, operate, or manage a senior housing community. When a company has paid membership dues, all employees of that company may attend GSLA events at member rates.