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Leadership in Aging

Monthly Archive (Leadership in Aging)

posted 02.01.2016
The current model of healthcare and aging services was built for a very different time and place. Read More
posted 01.25.2016
Advocacy can be—and often is—a messy business. It is not for the faint of heart and it can’t be half-hearted. Read More
posted 01.25.2016
Statewide publicity of a tragic failure resulted in a call for  LTC reform from newspaper editors, consumers and California’s legislators. Read More
posted 01.14.2016
Those who seek to pit generations against each other refuse to recognize the interconnectedness of all generations. Read More
posted 12.07.2015
At the core of ASA’s mission is the intention to be an essential resource that cultivates leadership, advances knowledge and strengthens the skills of its members, to help them better serve elders, thus improving their quality of life. Read More
posted 11.09.2015
The once-bipartisan White House Conference on Aging (WHCOA) has been held roughly every decade since passage of the landmark Older Americans Act in 1965.    Read More
posted 11.09.2015
For me, the only way to prevent racism from influencing my medical practice is to confront it head on. Read More
posted 10.22.2015
The first step toward fixing a problem is to understand why it exists, and then propose solutions. Read More
posted 10.22.2015
Advocacy organizations are a key source for public information about older adults. How can they best communicate well-framed stories that change the larger public discourse about aging? Read More

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