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Robert Butler’s Legacy Lives On

posted 07.12.2011

Editor’s Note: This article appears in the July/August, 2011, issue of Aging Today, ASA’s bi-monthly newspaper covering advances in research, practice and policy nationwide. ASA members receive Aging Today as a member benefit; non-members may purchase subscriptions at our online store. Photo courtesy of ILC–USA.


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LGBT Aging Comes of Age and Holds Lessons for all Elders

posted 07.11.2011

Editor’s Note: This article appears in the July/August, 2011, issue of Aging Today, ASA’s bi-monthly newspaper covering advances in research, practice and policy nationwide. ASA members receive Aging Today as a member benefit; non-members may purchase subscriptions at our online store


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Caring for Elders During a Natural Disaster: We Can Do Better—but Are We?

posted 07.11.2011

Editor’s Note: This article appears in the July/August, 2011, issue of Aging Today, ASA’s bi-monthly newspaper covering advances in research, practice and policy nationwide. ASA members receive Aging Today as a member benefit; non-members may purchase subscriptions at our online store. Photo courtesy of Irene Collins.


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States, Stakeholders, and Climate Change: The Affordable Care Act Offers a New Environment for Long-Term-Care Advocacy

posted 07.08.2011

Editor's Note: This article is taken from the Spring 2011 issue of ASA's quarterly journal, Generations, an issue devoted to the topic, “The Affordable Care Act: A Way Toward Aging with Dignity in America.” ASA members receive Generations as a membership benefit; non-members may purchase subscriptions or single copies of issues at our online storeFull digital access to current and back issues of Generations is also avail


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Older Americans, Medicare, and the Affordable Care Act: What's Really In It for Elders?

posted 07.08.2011

Editor's Note: This article is taken from the Spring 2011 issue of ASA's quarterly journal, Generations, an issue devoted to the topic, “The Affordable Care Act: A Way Toward Aging with Dignity in America.” ASA members receive Generations as a membership benefit; non-members may purchase subscriptions or single copies of issues at our online storeFull digital access to current and back issues of Generations is also avail


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The Three Spheres of Aging in America: The Affordable Care Act Takes on Long-Term-Care Reform for the 21st Century

posted 07.08.2011

Editor's Note: This article is taken from the Spring 2011 issue of ASA's quarterly journal, Generations, an issue devoted to the topic, “The Affordable Care Act: A Way Toward Aging with Dignity in America.” ASA members receive Generations as a membership benefit; non-members may purchase subscriptions or single copies of issues at our online storeFull digital access to current and back issues of Generations is also avail


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LAIN's Comprehensive and Inclusive Vision on Aging

posted 06.20.2011
LAIN Network News “Network News” is an occasional series of columns by ASA Constituent Group Chairs that reports on the recent work, planning and program agendas of each Group. More information about LAIN is available here. By Brian de Vries In this same column following last year’s conference, I recognized some of the extraordinary initiatives and advances related to LGBT agi...

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