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    Posted 08.08.2011
    Nomination Deadline: October 12, 2011 Every year ASA recognizes a number of individuals and organizations for their contributions to ASA, to the field of aging, and to older adults. The goal of these awards is to bring attention to the individual, organizations and programs that are making a… Read More
    Posted 08.02.2011
    <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> Reach more than 3000 professionals in aging: Exhibit at ASA&rsquo;s 2012 Aging in America conference!</p> <p> Next March, more than 3000 professionals who work with older adults will convene in Washington, DC for ASA&rsquo;s annual… Read More
    Posted 07.18.2011
    This article is brought to you by the Editorial Board of ASA’s LGBT Aging Issues Network (LAIN) by Teri Worman LAIN Guiding Principles from Retreat (May 2010) The Aging Movement is the movement that: Gives dignity to aging lives; Sees differences as sources of… Read More
    Posted 07.13.2011
    <h1> Join the effort to raise $500,000 to promote wellness for adults age 50+!</h1> <p> Sam&rsquo;s Club is launching <em>Giving Made Simple</em>&mdash;an online campaign to focus its charitable giving to support health and wellness. From July 5 to August 1,… Read More
    Posted 07.12.2011
    Editor’s Note: This article appears in the July/August, 2011, issue of Aging Today, ASA’s bi-monthly newspaper covering advances in research, practice and policy nationwide. ASA members receive Aging Today as a member benefit; non-members may purchase subscriptions at our online store. Photo:… Read More
    Posted 07.12.2011
    Editor’s Note: This article appears in the July/August, 2011, issue of Aging Today, ASA’s bi-monthly newspaper covering advances in research, practice and policy nationwide. ASA members receive Aging Today as a member benefit; non-members may purchase subscriptions at our online store. Photo… Read More
    Posted 07.11.2011
    <p> <em>Editor&rsquo;s Note: This article appears in the July/August, 2011, issue of </em>Aging Today,<em> ASA&rsquo;s bi-monthly newspaper covering advances in research, practice and policy nationwide. ASA members receive</em> Aging Today <em>as a… Read More
    Posted 07.11.2011
    <p> <em>Editor&rsquo;s Note: This article appears in the July/August, 2011, issue of </em>Aging Today,<em> ASA&rsquo;s bi-monthly newspaper covering advances in research, practice and policy nationwide. ASA members receive</em> Aging Today <em>as a… Read More
    Posted 07.08.2011
    To the surprise of many stakeholders in the aging and disability communities, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) provides a range of opportunities to federal and state governments to reform public policies for long-term services and supports (LTSS) and chronic care coordination. This article reviews… Read More
    Posted 07.08.2011
    The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) is the most significant healthcare legislation enacted since the passage of Medicare and Medicaid forty-five years ago. The new law’s full implications will not be known for years, but its impact on the Medicare program will be significant and… Read More