Gero-Ed News
  • New & Updated Teaching Resources

    Center staff continue to add to and update this website’s gero-focused case studies, class exercises, reading lists/bibliographies, assignments… and more! Just this year, 11 bibliographies, 9 case studies, 2 syllabi, and 1 in-class assignment have been added—and nearly 20 bibliographies have been updated with current readings. Visit the Teaching Resources section to review, download, and use some of the nearly 350 resources in your own courses!

  • Preconference FDI at the 2014 APM

    Join the Gero-Ed Center for a preconference Faculty Development Institute to learn how to prepare social work students with person-centered and participant-directed competencies at the 2014 CSWE APM!

  • Gero Films at the 2014 Film Festival

    The official selections of the 2014 Film Festival, part of the CSWE Annual Program Meeting, are now available! Two films feature gerontological themes, including Cyber-Seniors, which highlights a mentoring program in which teens teach older adults how to use computers, and Homegoings, which explores the significance of death in African American communities.

  • NEW Webinar Recording

    A recording of the webinar The ACA and Care Transitions: Implications for Social Work, which took place on July 16, 2014 is now available! Paul Gould of Binghamton University and Walter Rosenberg of Rush University Medical Center discussed care transition interventions that utilize social workers, directions for social work practice, and implications for social work education created by new payment structures and business models.



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