Meant to drive conversations, dig deep into topics and introduce new voices and leaders in aging, ASA is excited to release original web series and podcasts through ASA Studios Productions. Get to know the new shows and download or watch them today.
In this special Future Proof Live episode, our panelists explore innovative ways to address ageism in the technology workforce, how health technologies are employed to improve the care of older adults and the very real concern of how to prevent unintended age bias in emerging technologies powered by artificial intelligence and automation.
With Patrice Dickerson, ASA’s Director of Programs & Thought Leadership; Jisella Dolan, Chief Advocacy Officer at Home Instead; Heather Tinsley-Fix, Senior Advisor–Employer Engagement at AARP; Becky Canterbury, Senior Delivery Manager at Shutterstock; Paul Guzzo, Image Review Manager at Shutterstock; and Richard Perri, Global Facilities Director at Shutterstock.
Premiering on Wednesday, September 29
In Season five of Future Proof, Lisa Marsh Ryerson, President of AARP Foundation joins as guest host to explore innovative approaches to fighting poverty with leaders in the community, and discussed how these approaches can be applied across generations to build opportunity.
During a year of crisis, for many this holiday season is a time to confront what M. Katherine Shear, MD, calls "complicated grief." In the face of both a global pandemic and a new reckoning with structural racism, ASA CEO Peter Kaldes talks with Dr. Shear, Director of the Columbia Center for Complicated Grief, about what ASA members and everyone in the field of aging should know about grief this season.
ASA believes work on racial justice can no longer remain at the margins for those of us who work to improve the lives of older people in this country. We plan on weaving it into the fabric of everything we do at ASA, including this new slate of Future-Proof broadcasts, which for the Summer season will center around Equity and Justice. Please tune in as Peter Kaldes, CEO of ASA, speaks with experts in aging whose work intersects with racial injustice and inequity