WHAT IS A PALS MEMBER?
PALS Members are practicing after loss professionals, which means they are helping clients who have experienced a death manage administrative tasks with one-on-one customized support and logistical services.
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A background check is required. To become a member, you must subscribe to our Code of Ethics of professionalism, integrity and confidentiality.
When you join PALS, you are joining us in our mission to establish service level standards and ethical best practices for client/resource interactions, provide exceptional continuing education, enhance related business connections, advance industry research and increase public awareness.
PALS Member Benefits:
- $250 per year (includes mandatory background check)
- Communication – Connect with PALS Members and Partners via PALS Point where you can ask questions, assist other after loss professionals, access member-only offers, and learn about helpful resources.
- Directory Listing - List your business information in our PALS Member Directory.
- Continuing Education – Attend informational programs presented by professional speakers on industry-related topics that can help you in your business.
- Networking Opportunities - Exchange ideas and information with other after loss professionals at meetings and build your team of trusted colleagues.
- Promotional Opportunities – Be featured in the PALS newsletter and other marketing materials
- PALS Logo – Demonstrate your expertise and build credibility by displaying the PALS logo on your website and marketing materials
- Referrals – Gain referral opportunities within the PALS community of after loss professionals and PALS Partners (business affiliates)