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    Posted 04.20.2020
    This following Q&A with Najja Orr is one in a series of leadership profiles we will feature in Aging Today and online at ASA’s AgeBlog in the coming months. Read More
    Posted 04.19.2020
    Scammers come out of the woodwork during times of uncertainty and change. Read More
    Posted 04.17.2020
    Seven racial equity strategies that government agencies and aging services leaders can immediately employ to support at-risk populations. Read More
    Posted 04.16.2020
    The COVID-19 pandemic has the potential to place older Americans at an increased risk for poor nutrition and its negative health impacts. Read More
    Posted 04.15.2020
    Amid the rapid spread of COVID-19, n4a began a series of interviews with Area Agency on Aging directors who are working in some of the hardest hit areas in the United States. Read More
    Posted 04.14.2020
    Senior Planet’s virtual programs help older adults learn how to use technologies that have become essential during sheltering in place. Read More
    Posted 04.13.2020
    This past March, ASA welcomed Amy Herr, Director of Health Policy at the West Health Policy Center, to its Board of Directors. Read More
    Posted 04.12.2020
    This following Q&A with Michael Adams is one in a series of leadership profiles we will feature in Aging Today and online at ASA’s AgeBlog in the coming months. Read More
    Posted 04.11.2020
    Two U.S. Senators are seeking a bipartisan briefing on how Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services will safeguard older americans in more than 400 nursing homes amidst the COVID-19 pandemic Read More
    Posted 04.10.2020
    This following Q&A with Ken Dychtwald is the second in a series of leadership profiles we will feature online in the coming months. Read More