Our 184-page Conference Final Program is now available in a PDF format (12MB). Registered attendees will also receive a printed copy of the Final Program at registration check-in.
Review the 2017 ASA Sponsorship Prospectus to find out how your organization can get more involved with the Aging in America Conference and other ASA resources and programs. You can also print the prospectus, or download as a PDF.
Review the 2017 ASA Exhibitor Prospectus to learn more about exhibiting at the Aging in America Conference. You can also print the prospectus or download as a PDF.
Fee: $15.00 (includes beverages).
Pre-registration is required.
CEU Credits: 3
ASA’s 2016 Diversity Summit program will bring together nationally esteemed thought leaders in diversity, inclusion and disparities in aging to discuss the many ways in which inequality matters, particularly in the lives of older adults.
Inequality has been and continues to be a great divider in America, so much so that many historically disadvantaged groups continue to face limited access to various opportunities, which negatively affects their potential outcomes. Because the complex issues of inequality are fluid and covert, through social and cultural exchanges, and are concrete and overt in other ways through institutions and systems, completely eradicating inequalities from American life proves to be a challenge.
Four key domains of inequality will be discussed: socioeconomic inequality, health inequality, political inequality, and sociocultural inequality.
Program Moderator: Louis Colbert, MSW, Vice President of Operations, Philadelphia Corporation for Aging.
Presenters: Jean Accius, PhD, Senior Strategic Policy Advisor, Office of Policy Integration, AARP; Michael Adams, Executive Director, Services and Advocacy for GLBT Elders (SAGE); Colette Browne, DrPH, Professor and Principal Investigator, Ha Kupuna National Resource Center for Native Hawaiian Elders, University of Hawaii at Manoa; Velma Carter Dryer, MSW, Social Worker, Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center; Maria Oquendo-Scharneck, Health and Diversity Coordinator, Age Options; Percil Stanford, PhD, President, Folding Voice; Olympia Terrell, MSW, Content Coordinator, Age Wave; Fernando Torres-Gil, MSW, PhD, Director, Center for Policy Research on Aging, UCLA School of Public Affairs; Joyce Walker, MSSA, SHS, Vice President of Community Development, PK Management, LLC.
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