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March 2014

Monthly Archive (Leadership in Aging)

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The last Monday of every month is “Member Monday” at ASA. Every Member Monday we post about what ASA Members have been up to, information about member benefits, and other useful tidbits just for you! Have an update or announcement you’d like to see featured? Email us or... Read More
Whether you work directly with older adults, oversee research, teach or offer trainings, manage organizations that provide services or products geared toward our aging society, or are engaged in one of the myriad of other roles that the multidisciplinary membership of ASA take on, we want to know... Read More
AiA14 is over, but the professional education opportunities with ASA don't end there! We have SIX web seminars lined up in April and as an ASA member you can register for all of them and earn up to 5 CEUs at NO CHARGE! The web seminars scheduled in April cover diverse issues including: the... Read More
It's hard to believe that another Aging in America Conference has already come and gone. We hope that you enjoyed this year's event and have returned home with new ideas and insights that will help you in your work serving older adults. We wanted to thank the entire conference... Read More
By Betsy Dorsett The second day of the 2014 Aging in America Conference featured a full day of workshops presented by professionals from across the country. I walked into one session and found the attendees in conversation with the presenters. Miles away from what many consider to be a typical... Read More
Day one of the 2014 Aging in America Conference began early with some East Coasters up early, enjoying the weather and working through their jetlag, no doubt, checking in at the AiA14 registration promptly at 7am! (We’ll be there at 7am tomorrow too, for you early-risers!) Workshops began... Read More
By Jeff Taylor and Liang-Lin Chao Many people lose hope when they have to enter into a nursing home.  Georgia’s Money Follows the Person Program helps bring hope back in returning to home and continuing to live a more independent life.  For many years while working in Georgia... Read More
The United States and other Western countries have seen a steady increase in the number of immigrants since the 1970s. A recent report from the U.S. Census Bureau indicates that close to 13 percent of the U.S. population is foreign-born, and about 12 percent of the... Read More
The 2014 ASA Aging in America Conference is just a few days away and we are looking forward to welcoming you to San Diego!    Here are a few tips to consider as you're packing and preparing for this year's conference.       Resources to Help you... Read More

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