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posted 01.24.2017
The video recording of the AARP Public Policy Institute’s webinar on family caregivers and managed long-term services and supports (MLTSS) is now archived. Please watch this recorded webinar on AARP's newly released report, Family Caregivers & Managed Long-Term Services and Supports.... Read More
posted 07.20.2015
The Administration for Community Living of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is soliciting comments, and will be hosting 12 listening sessions, on newly-released draft voluntary guidelines for Adult Protective Services (APS) systems.  ACL envisions a comprehensive,... Read More
posted 07.13.2015
The White House Conference on Aging is underway, and you can watch live at whitehouse.gov. President Obama is scheduled to deliver remarks at 8:15 AM (Pacific)/11:15 AM (Eastern) time. Read More
posted 07.10.2015
The 2015 White House Conference on Aging is this Monday, July 15, and the conference agenda details have been released today. ASA Public Policy Committee Co-Chair Bob Blancato, who also sits on the Society's Executive Committee, and who served as the 1995 WHCOA Executive Director, has a post up... Read More
posted 06.11.2015
The White House Conference on Aging has been scheduled for July 13, 2015. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to fully participate in the conference. Plans are in place to live stream the conference and WHCOA staff are asking interested organizations to consider hosting watch parties, inviting... Read More
posted 03.05.2015
This week, ASA joined SAGE, Justice in Aging (formerly the National Senior Citizens Law Center), the National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare, and the National Hispanic Council on Aging in filing an amicus brief (PDF) with the Supreme Court for Oberfefell v. Hodges. This... Read More
posted 02.26.2015
The White House Conference on Aging is continuing a series of regional forums to engage with older Americans, their families, caregivers, leaders in the aging field, and others on the key issues affecting older Americans. The forums are designed to help provide input and ideas for the 2015 White... Read More
posted 10.15.2014
White House Conference on Aging (WHCOA) Executive Director Nora Super has announced the launch of the WHCOA website, where you’re encouraged to visit to get updates on conference activities and to stay involved with conference planning. Ms. Super also has a blog on the site. Read More
posted 07.01.2014
On June 20, 2014, President Barack Obama announced his intent to nominate Carolyn Watts Colvin as Commissioner of Social Security. President Obama said, “I am grateful for Carolyn’s past service in various roles at the Social Security Administration, and I am confident that she will... Read More
posted 10.30.2013
The U.S. Senate HELP Committee voted today to approve the OAA reauthorization bill after defeating the Burr amendment by a margin of 14-7—the amendment would have eliminated the “hold harmless” provisions in the Act, which were introduced in the Act’s 2006 Reauthorization.... Read More

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