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    Posted 04.16.2019
    What lies ahead for the burgeoning population of older adults that will need long-term care? Read More
    Posted 04.16.2019
    West Health President Tim Lash and Mike Ellrich of Gallup presented highly anticipated findings that showed older adults are generally anxious over the expense of care. Read More
    Posted 04.16.2019
    The American Society on Aging became the first signatory to take the SAGE Commitment to Care Pledge on April 15. Read More
    Posted 04.15.2019
    American Society on Aging members held the organization’s first ever Public Policy Town Hall on the opening morning of the 2019 Aging in America Conference at the Hyatt Regency New Orleans. Read More
    Posted 04.12.2019
    ith nearly one in every ten seniors age 75 and older facing some level of reduced vision, efforts should be made to incorporate good lighting, high contrast materials, and in general educate ourselves about ways to make activities and services more accessible for those with vision loss. Read More
    Posted 04.11.2019
    Advance care planning helps people specify the kind of care they would like – or not like – in the event they are seriously ill or dying. Read More
    Posted 04.10.2019
    As the longest running conference on the Longevity Market, we are pleased to be welcoming newcomers to our stage and the event! Read More
    Posted 04.10.2019
    Through its Culture of Health initiative, the AARP Public Policy Institute has sought to foster healthy communities. Read More
    Posted 04.10.2019
    In 2019, an estimated 5.6 million people aged 65 and older have been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and by 2050, this number is expected to rise to 14 million. Read More
    Posted 04.08.2019
    This engaging session will discuss the results of a needs assessment completed by Howard Brown Health to identify specific health and wellness concerns and service needs among older LGBTQ adults. Read More