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Who Joins AADA?

Counselors, service providers in the helping professions, family members, legislators, and other community service agencies and persons interested in matters related to the development and needs of adults across the lifespan are all encouraged to join AADA.

Membership Benefits

  • ADULTSPAN Journal bi-annual Subscription

  • Adultspan Newsletter, quarterly

  • Professional development opportunities through participation in sponsored activities

  • Leadership opportunities through committee activities or elected positions

  • Valuable Resources

  • Representation & Advocacy

  • Networking opportunities with professionals who share similar activities and interests

  • Connection to AADA listserv


AADA     $43
ACA     $189
TOTAL     $232


AADA     $43
ACA    $189
TOTAL.    $232


AADA     $26
ACA    $105
TOTAL    $131


AADA     $26
ACA    $105
TOTAL    $131


AADA     $21.50
ACA      $105
TOTAL      $126.50


AADA     $43
ACA     $10
TOTAL     $53


Visit the ACA website at,
click “Join Today!”

If you are already an ACA member, then you can log into your account here, and click “add division,” and you will then have the opportunity to join the AADA. Click here to learn more about the ACA.

If you wish, you may also join the AADA through the ACA over the phone by calling 1-800-347-6647, or by mailing in a completed printable application form with your payment.

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Who We Are...

Chartered in 1986, the Association for Adult Development and Aging, serves as a focal point for sharing, professional development, and advocacy related to adult development and aging issues and addresses counseling concerns across the lifespan.

AADA seeks to improve the standards of the professional service to adults of all ages by:

  • Improving the skills and competence of American Counseling Association members

  • Expanding professional work opportunities in adult development and aging

  • Promoting the lifelong development and well-being of adults

  • Promoting standards for professional preparation for counselors of adults across the lifespan

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