ASA Communities are a space for members to connect over the Internet from anywhere at any time. They enable you to meet others with similar interests to start discussions, share ideas and solve problems. Whether you’re looking for collaborators to solve a pressing need or seeking input from a colleague in your region, there’s a new ASA Community for you.
Using ASA Communities is easy. Accessible from your phone, tablet or computer, ASA Communities is your home for engaging in ongoing, dynamic discussions, connecting privately in one-on-one conversations, posting news, sharing ideas, asking questions and publicizing events.
Our ASA Communities platform houses multiple options for you to reach new and existing partners, colleagues and perhaps even mentors! These include our On Aging Collaboratives and On Aging Regionals.
Curious about when and how to bring people back into office spaces after working virtually?
This is a great place to ask it.
Hosting an event that might appeal to other ASA members?
Share it here.
Writing an article, and want feedback or perspective?
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We developed this tool so that our members can feel more connected to each other, and to ASA. Consider ASA Communities as your welcome mat to a shared place of support, conversation and opportunity among all of our members.
Ongoing, meaningful interaction is necessary to help solve our toughest issues, and inspire new, fresh ideas. ASA’s Collaboratives are a virtual home for likeminded members to connect with each other, share and store resources, generate ideas, plan and host chats or presentations and build new partnerships.
Collaboratives are organized around a specific topic. Connect with other members around timely policy issues, advancements and innovations in aging, pressing challenges within the healthcare system or building your own career. You propose topics and drive conversations. ASA makes sure nothing is lost.
Log in to inspire, and be inspired.
On Aging Regionals
What works in Miami may not work in Indianapolis. Or does it? Nebraska’s needs are different from California’s. Or are they? ASA Members can meet others in their community or across the country to work together and learn new ideas on how to improve aging. Log in to ask and answer questions, cultivate relationships, or share content.