CRITICAL INFORMATION due to the Governor's New Safer at Home Order for COVID19



The purpose in the establishment of the Board of Examiners of Assisted Living Administrators is to license and regulate assisted living administrators in the state of Alabama. Through this program, the Board examines persons seeking a license to engage in assisted living administration and establishes and enforces standards for the licensing and practicing of assisted living administration.


This Board is charged with 1) ensuring that all assisted living and specialty care assisted living facilities in the state are administered by a licensed administrator; 2) establishing and enforcing standards that are pre-requisite to licensure and licensure renewal; 3) administering appropriate examinations; 4) issuing licenses license renewals to qualified persons; 5) investigating and determining appropriate actions with regard to any charge or complaint lodged against a licensed administrator; 6) conducting a continuing study of assisted living facilities and specialty care assisted living facilities and administrators with a view to the improvement of the standards imposed for the licensing of such administrators; 7) approving various educational programs for continuing education credits for all assisted living administrators.

Online Renewals & Forms
CRITICAL INFORMATION regarding obtaining your CEU hours

EFFECTIVE AUGUST 1, 2018, ALL monies paid to the BOEALA MUST be paid online. Click here for online renewals and related forms.
Note: Your renewal letter will serve as your ONLY reminder for your license renewal. It is your responsibility to be sure you send all required documents with your renewal to avoid the $275 late fee.

Proposed Rule Changes
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