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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 04.15.2015
The National Academy of Social Insurance (NASI) and the American Society on Aging (ASA) are collaborating to co-sponsor an event honoring the 50th anniversary of Medicare. Join us (and bring along a colleague or two) at this special afternoon event. Read More
posted 04.14.2015
Closeness, intimacy and touch are lifelong needs that do not get old, even when we do.  Read More
posted 04.14.2015
What is sexuality education and who needs it?  Read More
posted 04.14.2015
Few stereotypes of gay life are as persistent as that of the sexually starved older man.  Read More
posted 04.14.2015
Getting older isn’t in itself the problem—it’s the array of medical conditions and treatments that wallop our sexuality.  Read More
posted 04.14.2015
What does it mean to be sexually well or sexually healthy in later life?  Read More
posted 04.14.2015
In a project with the photographer Jess T. Dugan, “To Survive on This Shore,” we are collaborating to combine photographs of transgender and gender variant people over the age of fifty with interviews about their life experiences to provide a nuanced view into the complexities of gender... Read More
posted 04.09.2015
As a group of lawyers working to improve the lives of older adults, my colleagues and I ask what justice means for all of us as we age often. That question—and its answers—recently led us to change our name from NSCLC to Justice in Aging. Read More