Membership New/Emerging Issues Submission Form
ASCHA’s advocacy efforts need to be flexible and fast moving in order to address new and/or emerging member issues in a timely manner. Members have requested a process to formally raise issues that have not been identified priorities by the membership but that could have an impact on the industry in the future. This process will allow members to formally raise new and/or emerging issues and their recommendations to ASCHA.
To submit your New/Emerging issues use ASCHA’s new form click here
Registration is NOW OPEN for our 2014 ASCHA/ACCA Convention & Tradeshow! Register now to take advantage of our Early Bird rates.*
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Online Delegate Registration
Online Tradeshow Registration
* All payments must be received, in full, by the posted deadlines to take advantage of any discounted or group rates.
The Compensation and Benefits for Alberta’s Housing Industry Report – 2013 Edition (seniors and non-seniors) is available for purchase. We now have a comprehensive summary of wage and benefits trends in our industry thanks to Alberta Municipal Affairs (AMA) Housing Division, who provided the grant funding to assist with the project, and the various housing operators who completed the survey questionnaire. It is our hope that the report will assist both members and non-members in human resource planning for their organizations. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to request your copy.
Communications & Conflict Mgmt.
March 04, 2014 - April 08, 2014
Principles of Rec and Leisure
March 20, 2014 - April 04, 2014
In an effort to increase understanding of the industry, the Alberta Senior Citizens’ Housing Association (ASCHA) has developed a Common Terminology document that outlines the mainstream housing types within the seniors’ housing industry. ASCHA’s goal has always been to ensure effective communication between the residents and their families, our members, the Government of Alberta, Alberta Health Services, the public and all other stakeholders involved in seniors’ Housing in Alberta. We are confident that by implementing the use of Common Terminology, we will arrive at a greater understanding regarding the different elements of the Continuing Care System and we will all be able to speak clearly to the public and each other with one voice.
“PERSON-CENTRED HOUSING” is the philosophy of honouring the individual’s needs, desires and choices to maintain and enjoy a wholesome, vibrant lifestyle in a congregate living setting.