ELDER SERVICE PROVIDERS MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS
The benefits to businesses working with elders are many, including the ability to network with other providers in a friendly, collaborative environment. Our monthly meetings give you the opportunity to interact with local and regional resources. As a member, you also have a chance to exhibit at our annual Caregiver Conference and workshops. In addition, you'll have the opportunity to post news and events to our website and receive a free online listing in our Membership Directory.
Annual dues start at just $50 for a business with 5 or fewer employees. Membership is based on the calendar year, and all members renew January 1st. We keep our membership fees as low as possible, so there are no discounts for joining mid-year.
You may attend one meeting as a visitor before joining. Previous members may attend once as a visitor, and then we will ask you to join again as a new member.
- Network with other providers in a friendly, collaborative environment.
- Become familiar with local and regional resources.
- Opportunity to exhibit at Caregiver Conference and workshops.
- Contribute to and receive informative email newsletter.
- Listing of organization and members in membership directory.
Annual Membership BBQ!
Luncheon Sponsor: Elder Service Providers
This Luncheon is all about you! Celebrate the year, vote on board members, enjoy a BBQ and vote in the annual dessert dash. We can't wait to see you there!
Luncheon Sponsor: Christian Healthcare Center
Christian Health Care Center is a non-profit skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility that serves Whatcom County residents. Our caring and knowledgeable staff provide a full range of healthcare services to people recovering from injury, overcoming illness, or in need of long-term care.
Speaker: Todd Elsworth
PARKscriptions, A Wellness Program
Through Parkscriptions, Todd works to partner with doctors and other health care providers to prescribe time outdoors. Parkscriptions connects patients with positive outdoor experiences for healthier lifestyles and improved mental and physical health. Their primary goal is to simply get people to spend time in nature. What they do while they are outside is secondary.