ASA is the essential resource to cultivate leadership, advance knowledge, and strengthen the skills of those who work with, and on behalf of, older adults.

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posted 03.22.2018
In the United States, older adults have the highest rates of diabetes of any age group; one-quarter of all adults over the age of 65 have diabetes. Read More
posted 03.22.2018
Appreciative Inquiry provides a method to have these conversations with our feet firmly planted on positive ground and our eyes turned toward the future. Read More
posted 03.22.2018
Creating art changes people who often discover a talent or ability they didn’t know they had, at a time when they are often feeling a loss of abilities. Read More
posted 03.19.2018
CDW Healthcare is at the forefront of helping organizations and individuals leverage technology to support aging in place and improve overall quality of life. Read More
posted 03.19.2018
While historically physical and medical issues were treated separately from mental and behavioral health issues, recent initiatives have focused on the need to treat these in a collaborative manner. Read More
posted 03.17.2018
Our research has been showing us that just 10-15 minutes of CST a day can, in many cases, begin to reverse the symptoms of cognitive decline in those with early to mid-stage dementia. Read More
posted 03.15.2018
For individuals aging in place, apps can help them stay organized, accomplish daily goals, or remotely link them to their adult children, a team of caregivers, or the support services they need in order to continue to live in their homes and thrive within their communities. Read More
posted 03.15.2018
ASA’s Board Chair Bob Blancato, Chair-Elect Karyne Jones, and CEO Bob Stein today condemned remarks offered by Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke during testimony to the Senate Energy and National Resources Committee on Tuesday. Read More
posted 03.14.2018
Medical providers, lawyers and social workers are often in a position to engage older adults in conversations about advance planning. Read More
posted 03.14.2018
The goal of a genuine brand strategy is to enhance an organization’s perceived relevance as a preferred brand in the minds of residents, clients, government, businesses, funders and influencers. Read More

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ASA Chicagoland Roundtable - Jolt, Stories of Trauma and Transformation Event Details
ASA Washington, DC Roundtable - Ending Ageism & Reframing Aging - Your Role as an Advocate Event Details
2018 NASW National Conference Event Details