ASA is the essential resource to cultivate leadership, advance knowledge, and strengthen the skills of those who work with, and on behalf of, older adults.

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Whether you work directly in the aging services network or in an allied field, if you advocate for or serve older adults, you are a professional in aging. ASA can help you in your work by offering the resources and connections you need to navigate this complex and rapidly changing world.



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For 60 years ASA has helped professionals navigate the multiple changes that have reshaped the field of aging. The only multidisciplinary association that serves professionals who work with older adults, ASA has consistently been an invaluable resource in changing times. Our broad perspective and knowledge of issues in aging is unrivaled, and our mission is to increase the skills and support the careers of professionals who directly and indirectly serve and support older adults. We help our members develop, improve and leverage their skills, knowledge and resources.

ASA’s distinctive competency is the priority we place on diversity and inclusion. Our programs and resources reflect ASA’s unwavering commitment to prepare professionals for the complexities of ever-shifting demographics and to strengthen cultural competencies within a changing workforce. 

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