Your Trusted Senior Living Resource
Florida Senior Living Association (FSLA) represents assisted living, memory care, and independent living communities that provide the best choices, options, and quality care to thousands of seniors daily.
FSLA provides access to reliable, professional subject matter experts and staff who successfully advocate on our members’ behalf and provide regulatory assistance.
We also offer the most up-to-date education courses, workshops, conferences, and webinars; monthly regional meetings; and the latest resources to help communities prepare for the future.
We know our business and are trusted and passionate senior living professionals.
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Our mission is clear – to recognize, promote and increase professionalism and standards of excellence in communities throughout the state, providing families and residents with the best choices and options for quality care.
Florida Senior Living Association represents its members before the Florida Legislature, Governor’s Executive Agencies, and other state and local entities where senior living policy is decided. The Florida Senior Living Association offers high-level executive training, continuing education, regulatory & operational support, communications and advocacy to its members.
Assisted living is a long-term care option that provides a combination of housing, personal care services, social and wellness programs and access to health care. Assisted living communities offer multi-faceted settings and programs intended to assist with routine daily activities and promote maximum independence. Assisted Living is licensed and regulated by the Agency for Health Care Administration in the state of Florida.
Memory care is specialized care for those with Alzheimer’s or other dementia related disorders. Assisted living providers may exclusively serve residents with memory disorders while other communities who offer memory care may have a designated area or wing located on the campus. Memory care communities provide specific programming and the staff have received specialized training to work with residents diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or dementia related disorders. These communities have monitoring and other specific architectural features to increase security and safety.
Independent living is designed for older adults who require little or no assistance with the activities of daily living but want the conveniences of living within a community that offers services and amenities. These include but are not limited to housekeeping, laundry, and full service dining options. There is a focus on social and wellness programs, however personal care and nursing services are not provided. Residents of independent units may contract to receive home health services from in-house staff or an outside agency as needed and ordered by their health care provider.