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.
Home Attendant Care and Nursing are regional experts in elder care. Dept of Health licensed Home Care and Home Health Services are provided to seniors living in Whatcom, Skagit, San Juan and Island counties by skilled, compassionate caregivers and trained nurses. Celebrating our 35th anniversary, we are honored to provide the assistance that many seniors need in order to remain safely in their own homes. Hourly to 24 hr care, meal prep, housekeeping, companionship, dementia care, bathing, dressing and assistance with all ADL’s as well as support and care for those at the end of their life, are just a few of the services we provide. We truly are the People you Trust, caring for the People you Love.
Proudly serving seniors since 1983
Domestic Violence Support for staff and Residents
Karen Burke, Executive Director for DVSASS since 2007, has spent the last 28 years advocating for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault and working to dismantle the systems that allow these oppressions to happen. As the Executive Director she has tripled the size of the agency and expanded programs across the county to ensure all survivors are getting the help they need.
Karen will be speaking about the organization and how to share information with caregivers who may be in domestic violence situations. She’ll also bring awareness that many of our seniors may be survivors of DV situations and how to best support those individuals who come from or are currently dealing with this in their lives.
Sponsor: North Cascades Health and Rehab
Luncheon Topic: TBD