The Connecticut Assisted Living Association (CALA), formed in 1995 as Connecticut's own Assisted Living trade association, promotes and supports both its assisted living provider and associate members through education, strong and active committee work, a regular schedule of industry specific programming, a recurrent calendar of thematic seminars, a quarterly newsletter, legislative and public policy advocacy, and an annual day long conference conveniently held in central Connecticut.
CALA is the only state Assisted Living association to collaborate with, the Hartford Courant, a major media outlet to produce an annual consumer resource guide about Assisted Living.
CALA, advocating for and informing you about
assisted living in Connecticut.
Connecticut Assisted Living Association
100 Halls Road
PO Box 483
Old Lyme, CT 06371
CALA now accepts credit cards for payment of dues and programs
The mission of the Connecticut Assisted Living Association (CALA) is to enhance the quality of life for those we serve. This shall be accomplished by serving as an active resource for our membership through the proactive development and implementation of continuing educational services and professional development efforts for the membership while supporting and advancing the common business interests of Assisted Living service providers in Connecticut.
CALA Vision Statement
The vision of the Connecticut Assisted Living Association (CALA) is to be the recognized resource leader for Assisted Living providers, residents, legislators, the public and other related provider organizations in Connecticut. This shall be achieved by demonstrating the highest degree of compassion, respect, integrity, innovation, professionalism, and accountability.
Connecticut Assisted Living Association Values Statement
Compassion - Understanding the special needs of those we serve by promoting dignified quality care.
Integrity - Honesty in all our interactions with our customers.
Innovation - Pro-active service delivery through continuous improvement and feedback from our customers.
Professionalism - Our commitment to the highest standards and character in our relationships with those we serve and others with whom we interact.
Respect - Treating people in a manner that recognizes their past history and their contributions to Assisted Living.