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Aging in America 2012 Call for Proposals Deadline -- Extended to July 5 @ 6pm PDT

Event Date: 
07.05.2011 12:00 AM - 06:00 PM
Time Zone: 
(GMT-08:00) Pacific Time
Short Description: 

Deadline to submit a proposal to present at the 2012 Aging in America Conference

Full Description: 

DEADLINE EXTENDED! Submit before 6pm PDT on July 5

If you have a best-practice program, area of expertise, research or innovation you wish to share with more than 3000 professionals in the field of aging, the Aging in America conference, scheduled for March 28-April 1, 2012 in Washington, DC, is the place to do it. 

ASA Chicagoland Roundtable - Dementia Friendly America: Forging New Roles for All of Us

Event Date: 
06.01.2018 08:30 AM - 10:30 AM
Time Zone: 
(GMT-06:00) Central Time
Event Location
Address 1: 
1725 W Harrison St
Address 2: 
Searle Conference Center, Elevator II 5th floor 54
City: 
Chicago
State: 
ILLINOIS
Zip: 
60612
Short Description: 

ASA Chicagoland Roundtable

Full Description: 

 

ASA Roundtable | Aging in America | Web Seminars

 

 

ASA Chicagoland Roundtable - Dementia Friendly America: Forging New Roles for All of Us

Friday, June 1, 2018
8:30 am – 10:30 am

Location:

Professional Building 
1725 W Harrison St
Searle Conference Center
Elevator II 5th floor 542 Brainard
Chicago, IL 60612

Dementia Friendly America (DFA) is a national movement to engage communities in planning, education, outreach, collaboration, and advocacy to maximize the quality of life, community participation, and independence for people living with dementia and their care partners. It personifies the belief that people with chronic health conditions prefer to remain in their own home as long as possible. 

DFA is the joint effort of thirty national agencies to create natural support networks within communities to meet the dramatic increase in dementia over the next decades if there are no medical breakthroughs to prevent, slow, or cure these diseases. The DFA movement demonstrates how all aspects of community life can naturally support the inclusion of people with dementia and their families. The panelists will:

Share personal challenges and concerns that arise and how the community can best support independent living during the early stages of memory loss.

Explain how Illinois is partnering with Dementia Friendly America at the state and community levels.

Demonstrate how focus groups conducted with people in the early stage of dementia and our partners can identify cultural differences in stigma associated with dementia, caregiving, and accessing community supports.

Share two approaches a community can take in supporting the needs of people with dementia and their caregiver(s)/family: Memory Café, and Tales and Travel Memory Program.

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Registration is free, and requested, to attend. Only complete the application form if you have no record. Otherwise, please log in. For assistance with registration, contact Jutka at jmandoki@asaging.org.  

2018 Chicago Roundtable Schedule

August 3
October 5
December 7

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All ASA members are welcome at this free event.

Local contact for Chicago information only: Mary Lou Tomecek Baker, 312-942-2053 

 

ASA Chicagoland Roundtable - Jolt, Stories of Trauma and Transformation

Event Date: 
04.13.2018 08:30 AM - 10:30 AM
Time Zone: 
(GMT-06:00) Central Time
Event Location
Address 1: 
600 S Paulina
Address 2: 
Room 994AB, 9th Floor
City: 
Chicago
State: 
ILLINOIS
Zip: 
60612
Short Description: 

ASA Chicagoland Roundtable - Jolt, Stories of Trauma and Transformation

Full Description: 

ASA Chicagoland Roundtable - Jolt, Stories of Trauma and Transformation

Friday, April 13, 2018
8:30 am – 10:30 am

Location:

Armour Academic Building 
600 S Paulina 
Room 994AB, 9th Floor
Chicago, IL 60612

Join us at the next Chicagoland ASA Roundtable on April 13th, when journalist and author Mark Miller will join us to discuss his new book, Jolt: Stories of Trauma and Transformation. 

Trauma can destroy lives, yet some people not only survive trauma, they bounce back to thrive and grow. Jolt tells the stories of people transformed by growth following trauma, and the new paths that they pursue. Some are on missions to help others or to make things right in the world, while others embark on new careers. Some people simply find that their relationships grow deeper, or seek a stronger spiritual dimension in their lives.

For more than a decade, Mark has researched and written about what motivates people to reinvent their lives. He is a nationally recognized expert on retirement and aging. He is a columnist for Reuters and other news outlets, and has contributed to The New York Times. Mark will be joined by two respondents who will share their professional and personal experiences with trauma. 

Following Mark’s presentation we will have a panel discussion and audience contributions and discussion. Randi Belisomo is a reporter for WGN-TV, and the founder of Life Matters Media, an organization that aims to help people make the terrifying concept of death a part of normal, everyday discussion. Audrey Cantor, LCSW will share her professional perspectives from a career working with older adults and Holocaust survivors. 

Copies of Jolt will be available for purchase after the roundtable, and Mark will be signing his book.

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Panelists:

Mark Miller

Randi Belisomo, DBe, MSJ

Audrey Cantor, LCSW

 

Registration is free, and requested, to attend. Only complete the application form if you have no record. Otherwise, please log in. For assistance with registration, contact Jutka at jmandoki@asaging.org.  

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All ASA members are welcome at this free event.

Local contact for Chicago information only: Mary Lou Tomecek Baker, 312-942-2053 

 

ASA Washington, DC Roundtable - Ending Ageism & Reframing Aging - Your Role as an Advocate

Event Date: 
04.18.2018 08:30 AM - 10:30 AM
Time Zone: 
(GMT-05:00) Eastern Time
Event Location
Address 1: 
2801 14th Street, NW
Address 2: 
Community Room
City: 
Washington
State: 
DISTRICTOFCOLUMBIA
Zip: 
20009
Short Description: 

ASA Washington, DC Roundtable - Ending Ageism & Reframing Aging - Your Role as an Advocate

Full Description: 

ASA Washington, DC Roundtable - Ending Ageism & Reframing Aging - Your Role as an Advocate

Wednesday, April 18, 2018
8:30 am – 10:30 am

Location:

Community Room
Samuel J. Simmons NCBA Estates
2801 14th Street, NW
Washington, DC
This location is two blocks from the Columbia Heights Metro Station - Green Line

Our April 18 Greater Washington Roundtable program will feature a presentation by Bob Stein, President & CEO of the American Society on Aging. This collaborative, two-year project of the Frameworks Institute in Washington, DC, ASA and seven other aging organizations [*], reaffirmed that as Americans live longer and healthier lives, it's essential that society adjust both its attitudes toward aging and its systems that support and shape wellbeing in later life.  

Understanding this, ASA partnered with seven peer organizations, nine forward-thinking funders [**], and the FrameWorks Institute [***] to figure out how to reframe aging. The findings and recommendations are now available to the field in a new toolkit, Gaining Momentum.  Bob will share the results and describe how to start working with Gaining Momentum Toolkit, which is available without cost to the field, thanks to the financial support of our nine funders. You can find these resources here: http://www.asaging.org/reframing-aging

In our youth-obsessed culture, aging is primarily understood as a personal fate to avoid, not a social issue that demands a public response. The Toolkit, training videos and web seminars have been designed to help advocates, like you, change the conversation on aging, trigger public thinking towards sparking dialogue, shift perceptions, and build support for necessary policy changes.

Moderator:

Barbara S Hoenig, MPH

Senior Consultant to CVS Health
Mature Workers & Workforce  Initiatives
Chair, ASA Business Forum on Aging 
and Washington, DC Roundtable

Presenter:

Bob Stein, CAE, MBA
President/CEO
American Society on Aging

 

* COLLABORATING ORGANIZATIONS: The American Society on Aging, American Federation for Aging Research, The American Geriatrics Society, AARP, Grantmakers in Aging, The Gerontological Society of America, National Hispanic Council on Aging, and the National Council on Aging. 

** FUNDERS PROVIDING GENEROUS SUPPORT FOR THE PROJECT INCLUDE: The Retirement Research Foundation, Archstone Foundation, The Atlantic Philanthropies, Endowment for Health, The John A. Hartford Foundation, Rose Community Foundation, the Fan Fox and Leslie R. Samuels Foundation, and The SCAN Foundation. 

*** www.frameworksinstitute.org

 

All ASA members and individuals interested in ASA membership are welcome at this free event.

REGISTER TODAY! Registration is free, but is requested, to attend. Only complete the application form if you have no record. For assistance, contact Jutka at jmandoki@asaging.org

 

 

 

ASA Washington, DC Roundtable Solo Aging: A 360-Degree Perspective

Event Date: 
02.20.2018 08:30 AM - 10:30 AM
Time Zone: 
(GMT-05:00) Eastern Time
Event Location
Address 1: 
Samuel J. Simmons NCBA Estates - Community Room
Address 2: 
2801 14th Street, NW
City: 
Washington
State: 
DISTRICTOFCOLUMBIA
Zip: 
20009
Short Description: 

Roundtable on Solo Aging

Full Description: 

ASA Washington, DC Roundtable
Solo Aging: A 360-Degree Perspective

Join us for a presentation and conversation

Tuesday, February 20, 2018
8:30 am – 10:30 am

Location: 
Community Room
Samuel J. Simmons NCBA Estates
2801 14th Street, NW
Washington, DC
This location is two blocks from the Columbia Heights Metro Station - Green Line

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We know that a substantial number of older adults live at home alone. Presenters representing national and community-based organizations will address important issues, such as:

-Where can older adults, who are living alone, find the social support systems they need and how should they prepare for the journey?
-What are the risks associated with aging alone?
-What are their housing options?
-What are the lessons learned?
-What are the ways to avoid or help avoid isolation and loneliness as an older adult ages alone?

Outcomes of the Roundtable

-Participants will have a much greater awareness of the scope of the issue of Solo Aging.
-Learn about models for creating community services for seniors who have no family support.
-Learn how Solo Agers can protect themselves financially and legally in their later years.

Moderator

Barbara S Hoenig, MPH
Senior Consultant to CVS Health, Mature Workers
& Workforce 
Initiatives
Chair, ASA Business Forum on Aging and Washington, DC Roundtable

 

Presenters

Nora Dowd Eisenhower
Advisor to Silvernest

 

Amy Ford
Senior Director, Home Equity Initiatives and Social Accountability
NCOA

 

Lynda Flowers
Senior Strategic Policy Advisor
AARP Public Policy Institute 

 

Joseph McCarley
Project Director
TERRIFIC, Inc
Washington, DC

All ASA members and individuals interested in ASA membership are welcome at this free event.

REGISTER TODAY! Registration is free, but is required to attend. Only complete the application form if you have no record. For assistance, contact Jutka at jmandoki@asaging.org

We would like to extend a special thanks to our partner, CVS Health 

ASA Chicagoland Roundtable - Reaching and Serving Older Diverse and Isolated Elders, and Their Communities

Event Date: 
02.02.2018 08:00 AM - 10:30 AM
Time Zone: 
(GMT-06:00) Central Time
Event Location
Address 1: 
Rush University Medical Center
Address 2: 
1725 W Harrison St, Elevator II, 5th Floor, Room 5
City: 
Chicago
State: 
ILLINOIS
Zip: 
60612
Short Description: 

Roundtable on serving diverse and isolated elders

Full Description: 

This Round Table will concentrate on the challenges of serving diverse and isolated elders who experience health disparities and access to care challenges due to racial, sexual orientation or cultural status. It will explain the issue and offer both concern and successes in meeting the needs of communities.

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Panelists:

Mary Killough
Chief Development Officer
Gereda Homecare 

 

Ms Killough develops and assesses new market initiatives, and analyzes business opportunities for Gerda Homecare. 

She is former Deputy Director of the Illinois Department on Aging, serving 2.5 million older adults, and was responsible for formulating policy, and  implementating programs and services as well as maintaining effective working relationships with other state, federal and local units of government, Illinois General Assembly, labor unions and community organizations. 

Ms Killough received her law degree from Notre Dame.

 

 

 

Dheeraj Mahajan, MD, FACP, CMD, CIC, CHCQM
President and CEO
CIMPAR Group of companies
Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine
University of Illinois at Chicago

An attending physician in Geriatrics at Hines VA hospital, Dr. Mahajan is a Fellow of American College of Physicians and Board certified in Internal Medicine and Geriatric Medicine.  Additionally, Dr Mahajan is a certified medical director, a certified physician advisor in utilization review and healthcare quality management and is certified in infection control and epidemiology. He is a nationally recognized speaker on value based care, utilization management, clinical documentation improvement, post-acute care and transitional care quality improvement.  

Dr. Mahajan is a staunch advocate for healthcare equity and has written book chapter on culturally effective care and health disparity.

 

 

 

Maria D. Oquendo-Scharneck
Health and Diversity Coordinator
AgeOptions, Oak Park, IL
 

Maria is statewide coordinator for the Illinois Pathways to Health referral system, leading implementation of the Take Charge of Your Health programs, and a Master Trainer in the Spanish culturally adapted Tomando Control de su Salud and Manejo Personal de Diabetes programs.

She represents AgeOptions as a member of the Cook County Department of Public Health’s Alliance for Health and Active Communities Strategy and Support Team; is a board member of Illinois Community Health and Aging Collaborative and a member of the Illinois Alliance to Prevent Obesity Clinical Workgroup, and a graduate of ASA's New Ventures in Leadership. 

Kelly Rice
Program Manager for Intensive Community Care Services
Howard Brown Health

Ms Rice oversees an Illinois Division of Rehabilitative Services Home Services Program and the Ryan White Part A Medical Case Management program. An active member of the Aging Committee at HBH, she is overseeing a comprehensive health-focused aging needs assessment for the older Chicago LGBTQ communities.

Kelly is a member of the Chicago LGBTQ Aging Network, AIDS Foundation of Chicago Case Management Leadership Council, ASA Chicago Roundtable Planning Committee, and the ASA LAIN Council. 

Registration is free, and requested, to attend. Only complete the application form if you have no record. Otherwise, please log in. For assistance with registration, contact Jutka at jmandoki@asaging.org.

All ASA members are welcome at this free event.

 Local contact: Mary Lou Tomecek Baker, 312-942-2053 

ASA Chicagoland Roundtable - Sister Cities International Social Service Exchange

Event Date: 
12.01.2017 08:30 AM - 10:30 AM
Time Zone: 
(GMT-06:00) Central Time
Event Location
Address 1: 
1725 W Harrison St - Searle Conference Center
Address 2: 
Elevator II 5th floor 542 Brainard
City: 
Chicago
State: 
ILLINOIS
Zip: 
60612
Short Description: 

Sister Cities International Social Service Exchange to Optimize the Well-being of Older Adults in Chicago and Shanghai: Reflections from the 2017 Delegates

Full Description: 

Ensuring person and family-centered social and health care services is emerging as a key priority for health and human services globally. Shanghai, a city of 24 Million people, is aging more rapidly than the rest of China, the country with the largest older adult population in the world. Indeed, Shanghai’s aging population currently matches the total population of the Metro Chicago area. Shanghai is testing and culturally adapting models of services and care from around the world as they plan for the future.

Since 2014, CSCI Social Service Exchange has engaged with Shanghai in a mutual yearly exchange of experts in the field of aging. Our goal to learn from each other about best practices, policies and research. This October, eight delegates from Chicago, experts in elder law, social work, geriatrics, clinical care, health professions’ education, research and social services, including housing, travelled to Shanghai to engage with health and social services leaders, tour community based social/health centers, public and private housing, and to exchange knowledge and ideas about policies, financing, health workforce development and research.

This ASA roundtable will highlight what we have learned from our colleagues in Shanghai that may be adaptable to Chicago.

ASA Chicagoland Roundtable - Aging Policy Now: Where are we now, and where are we going?

Event Date: 
10.27.2017 08:30 AM - 10:30 AM
Time Zone: 
(GMT-06:00) Central Time
Event Location
Address 1: 
1725 W Harrison St
Address 2: 
Searle Conference Center, Elevator II 5th floor 54
City: 
Chicago
State: 
ILLINOIS
Zip: 
60612
Short Description: 

The October Round Table will be an examination of high profile policy issues at the state and national levels.

Full Description: 

 

ASA Roundtable | Aging in America | Web Seminars

 

 

ASA Chicagoland Roundtable - Aging Policy Now: Where are we now, and where are we going?

Friday, October 27, 2017
8:30-10:30 am

Location:

Professional Building 
1725 W Harrison St
Searle Conference Center
Elevator II 5th floor 542 Brainard
Chicago, IL 60612

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The October Roundtable will be an examination of high-profile policy issues at the state and national levels.

We will consider and discuss:
• policy development during an election year,
• the fate of the Affordable Care Act, 
• what happened to the initiative to make the Illinois Community Care Program “Medicaid Only”, 
• will Illinois protect nursing home residents from being involuntary discharged if coming back from a hospital stay,
• the Medicare “guard your card” massive replacement of the Medicare paper cards and numbers, and 
• other important issues you may be following and coming up next year.

Please join us for this discussion and important updates.

Panelists:

Bonnie Ewald
Program Coordinator, Dept of
Social Work and Community Health
Rush University Medical Center 

Bob Gallo
State Director
AARP Illinois

Darby Anderson
Executive Vice President
Chief Development Officer

 

Registration is free, and requested, to attend. Only complete the application form if you have no record. Otherwise, please log in. For assistance with registration, contact Jutka at jmandoki@asaging.org 

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2017 Roundtable Schedule:

December 1

All ASA members are welcome at this free event.

 Local contact: Mary Lou Tomecek Baker, 312-942-2053 

ASA Washington DC Roundtable - Reforming Advanced Illness and End-of-Life Care: The Way Forward

Event Date: 
09.26.2017 08:00 AM - 10:30 AM
Time Zone: 
(GMT-05:00) Eastern Time
Event Location
Address 1: 
Samuel J. Simmons NCBA Estates
Address 2: 
2801 14th Street, NW
City: 
Washington
State: 
DISTRICTOFCOLUMBIA
Zip: 
20001
Short Description: 

Briefing on Spring 2017 issue of Generations

Full Description: 

The American Society on Aging (ASA) Presents a Briefing

on Reforming Advanced Illness and End-of-Life Care: The Way Forward
 

Please join us for a presentation and panel discussion on the landscape, challenges, and advocacy surrounding advanced illness and end-of-life care, as covered in the Spring 2017 issue of Generations.

When:                Tuesday, September 26, 2017
                            8:00 am to 10:30 am

Where:               Community Room
Samuel J. Simmons NCBA Estates
2801 14th Street, NW
Washington, D.C.
This location is two blocks from the Columbia Heights Metro Station.
Refreshments will be served. This event is free-of-charge, however, registration is required. Registration link.

What:                 The agenda.

Why:                   

Today, as the baby boomer population continues to grow older and Americans live longer and healthier lives than in previous generations, current estimates suggest that the number of Americans over the age of 85 is estimated to reach 18 million by 2050. Many individuals may experience multiple chronic conditions or functional impairments at older ages and eventually face advanced illness, which occurs when one or more conditions become serious enough that general health and functioning begin to decline. These people will experience a range of spiritual, emotional, and physical needs that will become increasingly complex as they move on a trajectory toward the end of life. Yet, during these years, they often receive care that is uncoordinated, fragmented, and most importantly, unable to meet their evolving goals, values, and preferences.

Over the past few decades, our perceptions regarding end-of-life care have shifted drastically. Through the release of reports by the National Academy of Medicine (formerly the Institute of Medicine) including the 1997 Approaching Death: Improving Care at the End-of-Life to the more recent 2014 Dying in America report, it is clear that the issue of end-of-life care has risen to become a national priority. Reports such as these have increased public awareness and have educated the stakeholder community on the key gaps and barriers that need to be addressed to improve the personal experience at the end of life.

Spring 2017 Generations discussed a paradigm shift in our thinking: focusing care on how goals of life begin to change rather than on a series of clinical conditions and interventions leading to advanced illness. Our understanding of the care continuum is shifting from a series of medical states or conditions transitioning to “terminal” illness to a more integrated approach based on “what matters most” to the individual. Contributors, which included the panelists listed below, identified both current challenges and future opportunities to reform end-of-life care in America, and addressed three major themes:  

Advancing the Public Dialogue and Redesigning Care;  Strengthening Caregivers and the Workforce; and Driving Policy Change. 

ASA invites you to join us at a special Roundtable event to hear from Washington DC Roundtable Chair Barbara Hoenig, Senior Consultant to CVS Health, Mature Workers & Workforce Initiatives, ASA President/CEO Bob Stein, and Generations Editorial Advisory Board Chair Susan Reinhard. Other speakers include panel moderator Bill Novelli, Co-guest Editor, Spring 2017 Generations,  Co-Chair, Coalition to Transform Advanced Care (C-TAC), and professor, McDonough School of Business, Georgetown University;  and Raca Banerjee, Co-guest Editor, Spring 2017 Generations. Novelli will moderate a panel discussion, featuring the four experts listed below who contributed to Spring 2017 Generations, and Banerjee will offer closing remarks.

Roundtable panelists: 

√  Patricia Bomba, M.D., Vice President and Medical Director for Geriatrics, Excellus BlueCross BlueShield, Rochester, NY

√  Andrew MacPherson, Principal, Healthsperien, Washington, DC

√  Malene Smith Davis, President and CEO, Capital Caring, Falls Church, VA

√  Helen Burstin, M.D., Chief Scientific Officer, National Quality Forum, Washington, DC

REGISTER TODAY! Registration is free, and requested, to attend. For assistance, contact Jutka at jmandoki@asaging.org

The Spring 2017 issue of Generations is available now! To read the issue online, go here.  To order print copies, or to subscribe to Generations journal, go to  http://www.asaging.org/generations-journal-american-society-aging.

The American Society on Aging (ASA), San Francisco, Calif., is the largest nonprofit, multi-disciplinary, non-partisan membership organization of professionals in the field of aging. Founded in 1954, ASA’s mission is to develop leadership abilities, knowledge and skills to help professionals address the challenges and opportunities of a diverse aging society. Now in its 61st year of service to the field, ASA has more than 6,000 members, subscribers and stakeholders. For more information, visit www.asaging.org.

We would like to extend a special thanks to our partner, CVS Health 

ASA Chicagoland Roundtable: Reframing Aging - Your Role as an Advocate

Event Date: 
08.11.2017 08:30 AM - 10:30 AM
Time Zone: 
(GMT-06:00) Central Time
Event Location
Address 1: 
1725 W Harrison S, Searle Conference Center
Address 2: 
Elevator II, 5th Fl, 542 Brainard
City: 
Chicago
State: 
ILLINOIS
Zip: 
60612
Short Description: 

Gaining Momentum Toolkit will be described

Full Description: 

Our August 11 Chicago Roundtable program will feature a presentation by Bob Stein, President & CEO of the American Society on Aging. This follows an introduction to the reframing/ageism work Bob presented at our August 2016 Chicago Roundtable program. This two year project working with the Frameworks Institute in Washington, DC, ASA and seven other aging organizations [*] collaborating on this critical work, reaffirmed that as Americans live longer and healthier lives, it's essential that society adjust both its attitude toward aging and its systems that support and shape wellbeing in later life. Understanding this, ASA partnered with seven of its peer organizations, nine forward-thinking funders [**], and the FrameWorks Institute [***] to figure out how to reframe aging.

The findings and recommendations are now available to the field in a new toolkit, Gaining Momentum, and Bob will be sharing the results and how to start working with Gaining Momentum Toolkit, which is available without cost to the field, thanks to the financial support of our nine funders*. You can find it here: http://bit.ly/aging_toolkit

In our youth-obsessed culture, aging is primarily understood as a personal fate to avoid, not a social issue that demands a public response. The Toolkit is designed to help advocates like you work to change the conversation on aging, to trigger public thinking to spark dialogue, to shift perceptions, and to build support for necessary policy changes.

 


Bob Stein, CAE, MBA

President/CEO
American Society on Aging

 

*The American Society on Aging, American Federation for Aging Research, The American Geriatrics Society, AARP, Grantmakers in Aging, The Gerontological Society of America, National Hispanic Council on Aging, and the National Council on Aging. 

**Funders providing generous support for this project include:  

 

 

*** www.frameworksinstitute.org

Registration is free and required, to attend. Only complete the application form if you have no record. Otherwise, please log in. For assistance with registration, contact Jutka at jmandoki@asaging.org.  

All ASA members are welcome at this free event.

 Local contact: Mary Lou Tomecek Baker, 312-942-2053 

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