Dear Reader,

I’m writing to you on behalf of the American Society on Aging to invite you to join me at the 2017 Aging in America Conference, which takes place in Chicago, March 20-24. Nearly 3,000 professionals who work with older adults meet at the conference to discuss a multitude of issues affecting older adults and the latest policies and trends affecting this population. It is one of the best conferences I’ve attended when it comes to networking with, and learning from, the experts in the field.

The Aging in America Conference is recognized for its 360-degree view of the multidisciplinary issues, challenges and opportunities in aging. In addition to programs organized within 11 professional program categories, our 2017 conference will feature several “conferences within the conference” that run each day throughout the week. We will bring back our Managed Care Academy series of programs and introduce the following designed learning journeys:

·         Critical Issues in Elder Mistreatment and Elder Justice

·         An Exploration of Diversity and Cultures of Aging

·         Emerging Policies and Practices in Caregiving

·         Age-Friendly Communities

·         Multiple facets of Alzheimer’s and dementia

I will be presenting an informative workshop at the conference, so I hope you will plan to attend the conference and schedule time for my session. Also, I have arranged for you to get a $50 discount to attend the conference. Just enter promotion code PRES50 when you register. Plus, if you register by January 31 you will save 10% as rates go up after this date!

Don’t miss this opportunity to network and learn from the experts on multiple topics and earn up to 26 CEUs at no additional cost!

Visit to learn more. To contact ASA directly to request a conference brochure, call 1-800-537-9728 or email

American Society of Aging, Annual Conference 2017

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