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Aging in Community

Is there a good way for my clients to plan for an event like Super Storm Sandy? What’s the latest smart growth model or in-home technology, and are there samples I could visit near my community? Where’s the closest senior center offering an up-to-date cognitive fitness programs? These subjects all fall under the heading Aging in the Community, and on this site we aim to keep our members up-to-date on the newest models for aging in place, as well as the news and research on home- and community-based programs and other topics related to Aging in Community. Check back regularly for updates. 

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Online Learning: ASA members have free access to all web seminars. 

 

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Web Seminars

Understanding the Value of Home Care Web Seminar Details
Seniors and Medication Management Web Seminar Details
Caring for a Loved One With Alzheimer’s Web Seminar Details

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Events

2017 NASW Virtual Conference: "Aging Through the Social Work Lens" Event Details
2017 NASW Virtual Conference "Aging Through the Social Work Lens" Event Details
Evidence for Action in an Aging World Event Details

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