By Karyne Jones and Bill Benson The American Society on Aging is committed to improving the quality of life for all older Americans, and its members especially are concerned with the welfare and well-being of lower-income elders who face years of struggle to maintain an adequate and nutritious… Read More
ASA is considering a return to using our online forum as a hub for news, discussions on policy and continued networking among the membership community.
Addressing the needs of dementia caregivers is important because today more people than ever are living at home with dementia and relying on their family or close friends to care for them. Read the new blog from AARP Public Policy Institute’s Lynn Friss Feinberg to learn why evidence-based services… Read More
From Research to Standard Practice: Advancing Proven Programs to Support Family Caregivers of Persons Living with Dementia
Evidence-based support services can make a real difference in the daily lives of people with dementia and their family caregivers, but they are not widely available in communities. Read the new paper by AARP Public Policy Institute’s Lynn Friss Feinberg, immediate Past Board Chair of ASA, to learn… Read More
The American Society on Aging (ASA) deplores the racist violence that occurred at a white supremacist rally held this past Saturday in Charlottesville, Va. We offer condolences to the families and friends of the three individuals who lost their lives and wish full recoveries for the people who were… Read More
North American Conference on Elderly Mobility - Best Practices from Around the World - A Decade of Practice
May 11 - 14, 2014 2014 North American Conference on Elderly Mobility: