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Feeling inspired by AiA15? Submit a proposal to present next year in Washington DC, March 20-24, 2016! Learn More
Experts in aging and the American public do not share a common understanding of older adults, according to recent research by The FrameWorks Institute. Learn More
Thank you to everyone who came to the 2015 Aging in America Conference!  Learn More
This issue examines why social and health disparities persist in and frames the challenge of sustaining programs and services to ameliorate them the current climate of... Learn More


posted 04.23.2015
ASA's Students and Emerging Professionals (STEP) Group is excited to report about the tremendous success of several new STEP sessions and events that were featured at AiA15! Read More
posted 04.20.2015
Understanding the meaning of behaviors in dementia/neurocognitive disorder (D/NCD) is being proposed as an essential step in order to make substantive progress in developing pharmacological and behavioral interventions.  Read More


posted 03.15.2015
My name is Chad Federwitz and a new member to ASA, I am currently a graduate student at UNC-Greeley in Colorado in Gerontology. I am very interested in the area if spirituality/spiritual care and memory care, particularly in the realm of care community settings.  I am hoping to go for my PhD... Read More
posted 03.05.2015
This week, ASA joined SAGE, Justice in Aging (formerly the National Senior Citizens Law Center), the National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare, and the National Hispanic Council on Aging in filing an amicus brief (PDF) with the Supreme Court for Oberfefell v. Hodges. This... Read More
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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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From Possibility to Practice in Aging: Shaping a Future for All Event Details

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Maximizing PD Medications: Get the Most Out of Your Treatment Plan Web Seminar Details
ReFraming Aging: Understanding and Changing the Way Americans Think About Aging Web Seminar Details
Living at Home with Arthritis Web Seminar Details