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Wednesday, May 30, 2012

New Senior Living Association in India (ASLI), 2012.

‎"ALFA [Assisted Living Federation of America] will help the newly created, Association Senior Living India (ASLI), develop a program to better serve India’s growing need for senior living providers."

‎"ALFA, [Assisted Living Federation of America] the largest national association serving the collective interests of professionally-managed senior living communities, today announced a partnership with the first-ever senior living association in India. The American association will assist the new Indian group with developing a program to advance excellence in senior living in India and champion quality of life for the millions of Indian seniors who will benefit from professionally-managed senior living communities.

In December, a history-making outcome of Retirement Living World India, an influential, first-time gathering of senior living companies in India, was the formation of the first national senior living association in India. Like the founding of most professional trade associations

Association Senior Living India started with a gathering of companies that discovered they are all in the same business, have many of the same challenges and, know that if they work together in association, they can create even greater success for their respective companies and their business in general. ALFA was represented at the conference by ALFA Director Steven Vick, Co-Founder and CEO of Signature Senior Living and a long-time entrepreneur of senior living in the United States.

The three day conference, held in New Delhi, brought together industry decision makers from India and around the world to discuss how these businesses could meet the growing demand for seniors housing in India. Participants discussed business strategies, market trends, partnership models, as well as investments and financing opportunities available in the Indian senior living market." ...


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