First time at ASA’s national conference? Sign up to have one of our Legacy Corps members meet you at the conference to help guide and mentor you throughout the experience. You’ll meet someone who has had a long career in aging, and benefit from their experience, introductions and mentorship throughout the entire week.
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Monday, April 4
3:00 PM Eastern/12:00 Noon Pacific
Virtual Program Held in Advance
Spend an hour with ASA CEO Peter Kaldes to connect and offer feedback on ASA’s programs, content and initiatives as we look back on what we accomplished this past year and look forward to the new work we will continue to do together.
Sponsored by AARP
Includes a $25 Grub Hub Gift Card just for those who register for this event.
Friday, April 8
12:00–1:00 PM Eastern/9:00–10:00 AM Pacific
Virtual Program Held in Advance; Space Limited
Eager To Age in Place—Be The First To Learn More about the New & Improved AARP Livability Index
Join us for a preview of the redesigned AARP Livability Index—the first tool of its kind to guide people in finding communities that are best suited for aging in place, and community leaders to better meet the needs of people at all ages. The Livability Index scores neighborhoods and communities across the U.S. for services and amenities that impact your life most. Meet AARP’s team that designed it and learn more about the driving indicators that now make up these new & important scores. You’ll also hear from other national organizations who are joining forces with AARP to help improve the lives of their customers and clients using AARP’s Housing and Livable Community insights, including the Livability Index. See you there—you don’t want to miss it!
Sponsored by Meta
Includes a complimentary lunch just for those who register for this event
Wednesday, April 13
Onsite at Conference; Space Limited
The newest technologies will be driving new experiences and opportunities for older adults. In this Lunch & Learn we talk about how these technologies will affect accessibility and connectivity for older adults, look at how they can be used to support the social determinants of health for older adults, and address design and development that meets the needs of the diverse older adult population.