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AiA15 registration rates go up after January 31. Register now to save $50 on the full price and join us in Chicago for the 2015 Aging in America Conference! Learn More
Join us on Wednesday, January 21 for "Fall Prevention and Older Adults: It Takes a Village," sponsored by Right at Home. Includes complimentary CEUs. Learn More
Find out how we plan to provide our members with the educational and professional tools they need to tackle the big issues over the next five years in our new strategic... Learn More
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posted 01.21.2015
Many of the ills facing older Americans today began years ago, when they were victims of age discrimination in the workplace, resulting in terminations and layoffs, chronic unemployment and, ultimately, a financially impoverished early retirement. Read More
posted 01.20.2015
Demographic changes forecasted in the doubling of the baby boomer population between 2012 and 2060 will challenge public administrators as cities plan how to provide sufficient services for older adults. This changing aging population will by necessity make local governments more aware of community... Read More


posted 12.15.2014
The bipartisan Elder Justice Coalition (EJC) today commended Congress for its final passage of legislation to secure first time funding for the Elder Justice Act calling it “an important recognition that prevention of elder abuse deserves more federal attention.” This was accomplished... Read More
posted 10.15.2014
White House Conference on Aging (WHCOA) Executive Director Nora Super has announced the launch of the WHCOA website, where you’re encouraged to visit to get updates on conference activities and to stay involved with conference planning. Ms. Super also has a blog on the site. Read More
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Partner Spotlight

Grantmakers in Aging and ASA are pleased to partner on the “Conversations with GIA” webinar series in 2014. Grantmakers in Aging is a national catalyst for philanthropy dedicated to improving the experience of aging. The “Conversations with GIA” series offers a host of engaging topics relevant to all aging professionals, from senior housing and the transformational power of the arts to hunger in America and economic security in older age. View upcoming web seminars.


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CNYGEC Elective: Working with Older Stroke Patients Event Details
CNYGEC Elective: Definign & Dignifying Dementia and Associated Mental Health Disorder in Elders Event Details
CNYGEC Elective: Geriatrics and Palliative Care in the Hospital Event Details

Web Seminars

The Time is Now to Address Behavioral Symptoms of Dementia Web Seminar Details
Hospital to Home Preparation for Seniors Web Seminar Details
The Implications of the Affordable Care Act for Mental Health Care Web Seminar Details