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UDs Karen Stein invites students to
participate in the May 12 Elder Abuse and Exploitation Conference at no
charge by submitting a one-minute video sharing their thoughts about
8:09 a.m., March 24, 2016--The University of Delaware will host the
multidisciplinary Elder Abuse and Exploitation Conference on Thursday,
May 12, bringing together professionals, advocates, students and
community members to better understand elder abuse and take responsible
UDs Karen Stein, along with conference organizers, invites students
to participate in this event by submitting a short video sharing their
thoughts about elder abuse. Explained Stein, We want to engage
students, who are very passionate about social justice issues, to
recognize the signs of elder abuse and exploitation, and enlist them as
lifelong advocates for elder issues.
Stein, associate professor in UDs School of Public Policy and Administration, is a nationally recognized leader on elder abuse issues, and will be a keynote speaker at the conference.
To attend the conference at no charge, students are invited to submit
a one-minute video answering the question Why should I care about
elder abuse? Videos may be displayed on the conference website or
shared at the event itself, and submissions may come from UD
undergraduate or graduate students, as well as from students at other
colleges and universities. Visit the website for participation details.
The conference will feature several nationally known speakers,
including Elizabeth Loewy, former chief of the New York County district
attorneys elder abuse unit, who successfully prosecuted the complex and
highly publicized financial exploitation case involving philanthropist
and socialite Brooke Astor.
Also speaking will be Philip Marshall, grandson of Brooke Astor, who
shares his familys story to further awareness of elder justice issues.
Delaware Secretary of Health and Social Services Rita Landgraf will also
present, along with many other local experts and practitioners in elder
justice, health care, social services and related fields.
"We are encouraging a broad range of students to participate -- from
health sciences to criminal justice to business to leadership --
everyone has a role to play," said Sharon Merriman-Nai, associate
scientist at the Center for Drug and Health Studies (CDHS). CDHS, affiliated with the Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice, is partnering with the Division of Professional and Continuing Studies to present the conference.
For more information or to register, or to inquire about sponsorship and exhibitor opportunities, call 302-831-7600, write to email@example.com or visit the Elder Abuse and Exploitation Conference website.
Article originally published by UDaily.
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