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March 2016

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posted 03.15.2016
It’s all about building partnerships to get things done. Read More
posted 03.14.2016
In his final State of the Union address, President Obama celebrated the improving economy—but with caveats. Read More
posted 03.11.2016
Guinness World Records has confirmed that Israel Kristal is the world’s oldest man, at 112 years and 178 days old. Read More
posted 03.10.2016
This is a time of rapid and dramatic change in the way we approach healthcare in this country. That change brings great opportunity for community-based organizations that are the backbone of the aging and disability networks. Read More
posted 03.09.2016
Maybe you’ve seen the photograph on the Internet of a pack of wolves moving in single file across a snowy landscape. Read More
posted 03.09.2016
Brain health is central to wellness and is about maximizing one’s abilities and pursing meaningful activities that promote a sense of overall cognitive fitness, emotional wellness, social well-being, personal health, and provide a challenge. Read More
posted 03.09.2016
Medicare is undergoing one of the largest transformations in history including changes in financial incentives that are driving providers from high-volume to high-quality care delivery.  Read More
posted 03.07.2016
We at the American Society on Aging believe that ongoing professional education, leadership development and networking are essential to helping you remain connected to the passion and dedication that brought you into this field in the first place.  Read More
posted 03.02.2016
An alarming number of aging Americans do not have the resources to adequately pay for and manage their homes as housing costs approach 50% of their monthly budgets, complicating the goal of aging-in-place. Read More
posted 03.02.2016
“Successful Aging” coupled with a lack of successful treatments for Alzheimer’s disease is rapidly causing an epidemic. Read More

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