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.
The Call for Proposals has closed, however, we are still accepting submissions for poster sessions. Be sure to submit your proposal as soon as possible.
If you don't have an ASA account yet you can create one here.
Proposals that were submitted by July 15 have completed the initial peer review process and we've sent confirmations for workshops and symposia that have been accepted and scheduled, placed on a waitlist, or not accepted.
Presenting at Aging in America provides you with an unparalleled opportunity to share new ideas or highlight noteworthy projects, research and practices with other professionals in the field of aging. Presenting at Aging in America earns you recognition as an expert in the field at the conference and beyond.
Who presents at Aging in America?
Presenters at Aging in America include everyone from professionals who work in the field of aging to practitioners in allied professions such as social work, healthcare, architecture, law, finance and more. Students who are doing research on aging-related topics are also encouraged to present. Practitioners, clinicians, and medical professionals have been a part of the faculty, along with academicians and direct service providers. As the largest multidisciplinary conference on aging, Aging in America covers a wide range of topic areas, creating a virtually limitless field of opportunity for presenters. ASA welcomes all interested students and professionals to submit proposals, particularly encouraging those outlining fresh and useful strategies for addressing widespread aging issues.
You will be asked to choose from the following topic areas when submitting your proposal:
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