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  • 1.Public Interest Advocacy
    This page provides Public Interst Advocacy links such as APA's initiatives on immigration and related issues, the Paycheck Fairness Act, Healthy Media Youth Week and more.
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  • 2.Adult Development and Aging (Division 20)
    Adult Development and Aging (APA Division 20) strives to advance the study of psychological development and change throughout the adult years.
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  • 3.APA Advocacy Issues
    APA's Government Relations offices work on issues such as aging; lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender concerns; disability; peer review; trauma, violence and abuse; veterans and military issues; and children and the media.
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  • 4.Public Interest Advocacy News--Winter 2009
    News on the PI-GRO staff, upcoming legislation, and other issues related to aging, disability, and ethnic minorities.
    Web Page (November 2009)
  • 5.Aging
    Advocacy efforts address mental health care and community-based services, poverty, violence, suicide, elder abuse, caregiver support, and improving psychological services in long-term care.
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  • 6.Advocacy
    APA works closely with decision-makers on Capitol Hill and in federal agencies as they formulate legislation and regulations of interest to psychologists. APA Government Relations is comprised of advocacy staff across three APA directorates: Education, Public Interest and Science.
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  • 7.2008 Advocacy Breakfast
    The Advocacy Breakfast is an event that brings together APA staff and members, including leaders from the psychology education and training community, division and state associations, grassroots coordinators and supporters, to discuss federal legislative initiatives and issues of concern and interest to the field.
    Web Page (July 2008)
  • 8.Toni Antonucci, PhD, Awarded 2014 APA Presidential Citation
    Toni Antonucci, PhD, was awarded a Presidential Citation for fiercely advocating for issues related to aging and lifespan processes and generously mentoring female psychologists.
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  • 9.Leah Light, PhD, Awarded 2015 APA Presidential Citation
    Leah Light, PhD, was awarded a Presidential Citation for her leadership in APA publications and contributions to research in aging and memory.
  • 10.Patricia A. Parmelee, PhD
    Profile of Patricia A. Parmelee, PhD, an APA Council of Representatives member representing Division 20 (Adult Development and Aging).
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