SOCW 315 A - Social Serv for Older Adults
Focus on the aging process, special needs of older adults, and the role of social work in addressing these needs. All levels of social work intervention are considered, direct practice with older persons and their families, service delivery systems in local communities, and state and national policies. Special attention is given to the needs of caregivers, person-centered care, diverse vulnerable populations and resources for older adults to age in place.
Reserved for BSW and SW Minors. This course will open to the rest of campus on August 1st. This is a hybrid online/face to face course. THIS CLASS WILL MEET FACE-TO-FACE IN ROOM 2019 ON THE FOLLOWING DATES: August 27, August 29, October 1, October 3, November 5, November 7th.
Option 1Number of Required Visit(s): 0
Course Level: Undergraduate