LeadingAge Indiana is an association that represents services and communities for older adults. Our members consist of non-profit and eligible proprietary organizations that provide high-quality health care services, daily living services and housing
for almost 30,000 elders in Indiana.
Our primary purpose is to provide innovative leadership through a wealth of information, services, training and networking opportunities to member organizations. LeadingAge Indiana has the necessary resources to help our members, government
officials, related organizations and community members make more informed decisions regarding health care and housing issues for older adults.
LeadingAge Indiana members represent the continuum of long-term care services and housing for seniors. Our membership consists of five major components:
- Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC)
- Senior Housing
- Assisted Living
- Nursing Facility
- Hospital-Based Skilled Nursing Unit
Benefits of Membership
Advocacy LeadingAge Indiana serves as an advocate for its members in state general assembly meetings and regulatory agencies, as well as with a variety of other related organizations.
Information LeadingAge Indiana regularly communicates with members through bi-weekly newsletters, email and fax blasts on time-sensitive issues, and through this web site.
Education LeadingAge Indiana conducts conferences, seminars, webinars, nurse retreats and various regulatory seminars and trainings.
Networking LeadingAge Indiana coordinates various roundtables, task forces, and committees.
Products and Services LeadingAge Indiana provides a wealth of useful tools and opportunities for members including an annual wage/salary survey, shared services/group purchasing opportunities as well as various staff development
Compliance and Regulatory Affairs Becky Bartle serves as LeadingAge Indiana's Compliance and Regulatory Affairs consultant. Members with questions regarding regulatory compliance, clinical education, resident-centered care,
quality issues, surveys, clinical issues, or quality improvement can contact Becky directly for answers.
The Path to Membership
Joining LeadingAge Indiana is easy! Typically any provider for the elder population is eligible to join. To become a member, an organization simply determines the application(s) appropriate to their community.
Dues for nonprofits are based on a millage system. Minimum dues are currently $350 dollars. Nonprofit applicants automatically become members of LeadingAge when they join LeadingAge Indiana. They are our national
association dedicated to the best interests of members across the country.
Choose Your Application:
CCRC/Nursing Care Application
Housing/Assisted Living Application
Dues for Subscriber Members are determined based on the number of licensed/unlicensed beds/units.