For 10 years, FSLA has been fighting for you and the assisted living profession. After creating FSLA in 2013 to exclusively focus on senior assisted living, memory care and independent living communities, we began working on your behalf, passing six significant pieces of legislation and playing defense on bad laws, winning various rule challenges, and working with AHCA, DOH, EOC and other state agencies.
With your community’s membership, FSLA’s professional staff will continue working on important policy
recommendations and navigating regulatory and administrative operating requirements. And – with our national
partner, Argentum – we will continue to protect your interests at the national level.
Grants + Training
FSLI raised more than $22,000 in hurricane relief funds to help staff members in FSLA member communities
And received multiple state grants and $500,000 in state funding to provide free CNA staff training to new and existing staff.
FSLI continues to provide critical staff training on the latest infection control procedures.
Working as Your
We championed legislation to continue the COVID-19 ALF liability protections against lawsuits.
We also finalized strategic planning to fight for affordable insurance in the upcoming special legislative session.
Support during Crisis
FSLA supported crises response efforts during Hurricane Ian by partnering with state and local emergency
management officials to connect our members with information and critical resources
First Class Education
Florida Senior Living Association is committed to offering excellent professional education opportunities. We strive to provide courses that are relevant to your needs in assisted living. Our Professional Development Program helps providers maintain compliance with licensing regulations and provides opportunities for learning about new research and developments in caring for an aging population.
FSLA Serving Members
The FSLA staff is proud to serve on the following task forces and committees to represent the interests of our communities and strengthen the senior living industry throughout Florida: