This Community Conversation is being presented free for social workers, their clients, and the general public. It is not CEU eligible.
“Standing Strong: A Discussion about the Social Work Voice on an Interdisciplinary Healthcare Team”
In this meeting, social workers in varied health settings will be invited to gather, reflect, and share strategies for practicing with interdisciplinary professionals. The goal for this discussion is for social work professionals to connect with one another about ways they can enhance their professional voices in these settings in ways that benefit their client community, their treatment teams, and the profession. This conversation will be facilitated by Lauren Snedeker, DSW, LSW, LMSW
About Lauren Snedeker:
Lauren Snedeker is an Assistant Professor of Teaching and Coordinator for the MSW Certificate in Aging and Health Program at Rutgers School of Social Work. Her areas of practice and scholarly interests focus on the aging experience, mental health during older adulthood, and caregiving experiences. Educating about the rich, clinical opportunities that exist in gerontological social work, mentorship and building community for MSW students are Lauren’s passions.
Lauren holds a master’s degree in social work from the Silver School of Social Work at New York University and received her Doctorate in Social Work (DSW) from Rutgers School of Social Work. Over the course of her career, Lauren has worked in diverse settings serving the older adult population, such as hospitals, nursing homes, senior centers and privately by conducting home visits. She has experience working with individuals, families and caregivers. Additionally, Lauren has developed trainings, graduate-level curricula, content for continuing education events and professional conferences, and articles on age-related topics.
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