CCGG begins webcasts of events. Our first webcast is from the CCGG Policy Forum, ABC?s of the ACA: Basics of the Affordable Care Act To access the webcast please use the following link- Webcast: Basics of the Affordable Care Act
A handy fact sheet from the Policy Forum is available for download. Fact Sheet: The Affordable Care Act
The California Senior Legislature (CSL) derives a large majority of its funding via the state income form that enables tax payers to make a tax deductible contribution. The CSL is listed as "California Fund for Senior Citizens" at Code 402 on the form. The CSL is required to raise $250K/year in order to stay on the tax form and this year, it came in just $15k short but a one-time exception was granted. Please support California?s senior citizens and distribute
this CSL flyer to all your distributions in an effort to raise awareness about this important need for support.
CCGG's Annual Meeting
CCGG's Annual Meeting - will take place in Sacramento April 4, 2014.
Partnerships and Stakeholders in Action
Annual Meeting Call for Posters [PDF]
Deadline for submitting proposals for the 2014 Annual meeting is Friday, January 24, 2013
ALL faculty, students, health and practice professionals are eligible! Please see the PDF above for abstract guidelines and submit to Rachel Price at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Questions? Please contact Rachel Price.
Read about the 2014 Annual Meeting!
Spotlight: 2014 CCGG Awards
Read more about award recipients!
2015 Awards Nomination Forms
Need a Job?
Gerontology and age-related fields are hot areas for future jobs. The
Chronicle of Higher Education mentions Gerontology as one of the fields
for jobs in education in its article: "Hot Academic Job of the
Future: Try These Fields" (2009). See CCGG's Job Opportunities page to post a job or find one that is right for you.