Help in Your Area
There are APS agencies all over the nation, and more than likely there is one near your community. If you have any issues, concerns or questions, it is always confidential and safe to contact an APS office near you.
Why Become a Member?
Becoming a NAPSA member is an exciting opportunity for APS workers and administrators, professionals in the aging and disabilities networks, students in social service programs, or anyone committed to protecting our most vulnerable citizens. NAPSA will connect you with peers throughout the country, provide the most current training content, and keep you abreast of the latest in practice methods and policy developments.
Join NAPSA today!
What’s New with NAPSA?
- 2015 Annual NAPSA Conference and Elder Financial Exploitation Summit! Next year’s conference and summit will be in Orlando, Florida from September 29 – October 2, 2025 at the Rosen Plaza Hotel.
- New Office of Elder Justice and Adult Protective Services Created!
The HHS Administration on Aging, part of the Administration for Community Living, has renamed the Office of Elder Rights as the Office of Elder Justice and Adult Protective Services. This is the first time in history that APS has had a federal home, so this is a significant advance for the field. Read more here.
- Recommended Minimum Program Standards for APS NAPSA is proud to announce the first ever Recommended Minimum Program Standards for Adult Protective Services (APS) – created by and for APS.
- See previous webinar by Dr. Jason Karlawish: An Overview of the Assessment of Everyday Decision Making (ACED) April 14, 2014.
Learn more about this webinar on our webinar page.