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Quick Question: What are you thankful for?
posted 11.27.2012

Last week we asked why you were thankful, and as you gathered with friends and family many of you were thankful for your ability to make a difference in the lives of the older adults you serve. Here are a few of the comments we receieved: 

I am thankful to still be able to combat elder abuse.

Having a job that allows me to help make life better for older adults in our community!

I am thankful and blessed to have the gift of making so many SENIORS day a joyful one. A smile, a stirring of the heart, a stimulation of the brain. I am thankful and will continue my calling.

We are thankful for all our members and the work that you do to improve the lives of older adults across the diverse spectrum of care, services and advocacy. We are also happy to be able to offer educational programs, events and publications to help you meet your professional potential.

Now through December 31 you can join ASA for $149 for an individual (regularly $205), $75 for a retired professional membership (regularly $110), $35 for a student (regularly $75), or $450 for an organization (regularly $525). 

Individuals, retired professionals and students should use the discount code NEWE and Join ASA Today!

To join as an organization (which includes membership for thee of your staff) please contact us by email or phone (800-537-9728) and mention this blog post!

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