• Common Day 2012
  • Events at WSSW

    GerontologyThe Joanna Mellor Annual Gerontology Conference

    REFRAMING PSYCHOSOCIAL CARE FOR ELDERS, CAREGIVERS, AND SERIOUS ILLNESS:

    A RESPONSE TO EVOLVING HEALTH SYSTEMS

    Featuring Keynote Address: “Building a Care System to Rely Upon when Frail in Old Age”
    Joanne Lynn, MD, Director, Center for Elder Care and Advanced Illness, Altarum Institute, Washington, DC

    Friday, November 14, 2014

    9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

    At Cardozo Law School

    55 Fifth Avenue @ 12th Street Moot Court Room  New York, NY

    See program here 

    NY/NJ CEU's Included

    Continental breakfast provided

    REGISTER ONLINE HERE 

    $75.00 Regular Admission

    $50.00 for seniors (65 yrs +) and WICHOA Members

    $10.00 for student with current school ID

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     Open House

    New York City, NY

    November 16th, 2014 12:30pm

    More information/registration

    More information/registration 

     

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    Sosua  Sosua panel small   Sosua Screening audience

     

    Wurzweiler School of Social Work, Yeshiva University in collaboration with the Washington Heights/Inwood YM/YWHA hosted an exploration of the unique relationship between the Dominican Republic and the German Jews of Sosua, who were offered refuge there during the persecution of the Jews in Nazi Germany. After a viewing of the film "SOSUA: MAKE A BETTER WORLD"  a dialogue and panel discussion with the film's producers occured,  Dr. Ramona Hernandez, chair of the Dominican Studies department at CUNY, City College, Denny Hertzberg, raised in Sosua, James Labi, LCSW, and Victoria Neznansky, LCSW, Director of Programming at WHI YM/YWHA and the creator of the film.

     

     

     

  • Ethics Seminars

    An opportunity to learn how

    to identify ethical dilemmas

    and their resolution

    presented by WSSW

    Professor Emeritus

    Dr. Normal Linzer

    Norman Linzer

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