Miss the live show? No problem! Choose from the recorded web seminars listed below, and email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about the web seminar program.
Pick a topic to see all the web seminars we have recorded on that issue:
American Society on Aging’s archived members-only web seminars are now available for viewing! These recordings of live events on timely aging topics are brought to you as an ASA member benefit..
ASA Members can click here (and log in, if necessary) to view the web seminars, then fill out the appropriate CEU survey to claim credit(s).
Open to everyone, the Family Caregiver Support Series, sponsored by Home Instead Senior Care, offers FREE CEUs for up to 60 days after the live event. These web seminars will help caregivers navigate the many issues that arise while caring for an older adult.
Click here to view the web seminars, and then complete the appropriate CEU survey to claim your credit(s).
Open to everyone, the Aging and Disability Business Institute Series, a collaboration of n4a and ASA, offers FREE CEUs for up to 30 days after the live event. By participating in each subsequent web seminar, you will build knowledge and a strong fundamental understanding of the content and opportunities for your organization.
Recorded Events in This Series
Open to everyone, the Generations Education Series, funded by the Archstone Foundation, accompany four issues of Generations. The topics that will be covered include The Future of the Aging Services Network, Mental Health and Aging, Consumer-Empowered Aging and Re-Framing Ageism. Please note: CEUS are no longer available for these web seminars.
Open to everyone, the MindAlert series, sponsored by MetLife, offers a wealth of informative topics, including brain fitness, the arts, and the Senior Center Without Walls program. Please note: CEUS are no longer available for these web seminars.
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