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Join Us for the Holidays
posted 12.03.2012

Make a commitment to yourself and the older adults you serve this holiday season when you join the American Society on Aging at a discounted rate before December 31! ASA is committed to offering quality educational events and resources throughout the year. Gain unlimited access to web seminars, publications and job postings and searches, in addition to discounted registration rates for Aging in America. Use the discount code NEWE and join ASA, the largest association of diverse, multidisciplinary professionals bound by a common goal: to support the commitment and enhance the knowledge and skills of those who seek to improve the quality of life of older adults and their families. 

Take advantage of these rates for a limited time:

Individual Membership: $149 (regularly $205)

Retired Professional Membership: $75 (regularly $110)

Student Membership: $35 (regularly $75)

Organizational Membership: $450 (regularly $525)
please contact us be email or phone (800-537-9728) to join as an organization which includes membership for three of your staff)

JOIN ASA NOW (discount code = NEWE)

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