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Welcome to the Minneapolis Area Senior Workers Association (MASWA)

Our Mission: To develop a multidisciplinary community of professionals working in the field of aging who are educated, supported, and interconnected so they may improve services and advocate for older adults.

Minneapolis Area Senior Workers Association (MASWA) is a community organization of those working to assist the elderly in maintaining health and independence. We are dedicated to improving the quality of life for all seniors.

MASWA offers many benefits to its members:

  • Monthly meetings
  • Networking opportunities at monthly meetings
  • Continuing education credits - free classes with CEU's offered at meetings.
  • Public policy and legislative Issues - Latest information on issues relating to the elderly, their care and financial reimbursements.
  • Fall Aging Conference
  • Spring Luncheon

Membership is open to healthcare workers, homemaker and companion care, transportation, real estate agents, legal assistance, financial planning and other services that relate to seniors and their caregivers.

Come visit us at our next meeting! 

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MASWA News & Notes

Modification of Maltreatment of Minors Act and Vulnerable Adults Act

June 5, 2020

The Minnesota Department of Health is making modifications to the Maltreatment of Minors Act and the Vulnerable Adults Act.  Please see the full document detailing these changes at the link below. Modification of Maltreatment of Minors Act and Vulnerable Adults Act        

Virtual Membership Meeting – Save the Date!

May 22, 2020

Protecting Seniors From Fraud During The COVID-19 Crisis Presented by Jay Haapala, Associate State Director – Community Engagement | AARP Minnesota  

Share the AARP Age-Friendly Survey

May 21, 2020

ALL MINNESOTANS: Share the AARP Age-Friendly Survey! Per the Age-Friendly Minnesota Council’s website, AARP Minnesota is conducting a survey to gather ideas about what is needed to make the state more age-friendly and its communities better places to live for everyone. The feedback will be analyzed by AARP for your consideration as the Council develops…