provides a forum for researchers, service providers, aging individuals,
students, and other stakeholders to highlight trends, research, express
concerns, and provide insight to meet the needs of the aging and
special-needs population. By networking with other professionals and
stakeholders, ATG members are afforded insight into new challenges,
assessment techniques, and solutions.
Member and ATG news are highlighted in the
quarterly newsletter. Student contribution to the field of aging
research is recognized with the ATG Scholarship for promising
research and the Arnold Small Award for best poster/paper
presented during the annual HFES national conference.