|LC Classifications||HV1461 .L69 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 435 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||435|
|LC Control Number||84015479|
The book is in two parts: the first part introduces 'modernist' scientific models and theories of gerontology and questions their importance in mapping out the assumptions of aging and how they impinge on identity performance in society through disciplinary matrix of biology, psychology and social conceptualizations of gerontology; the second. Explore our list of Gerontological Social Work Books at Barnes & Noble®. Receive FREE shipping with your Barnes & Noble Membership. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. THE IMPORTANCE OF SOCIAL THEORIES OF AGING •Social Gerontological Theory Before •Role Theory and Activity Theory •Centers on medical and social work “expert gaze” that distances themselves from elders and treats them as dependent objects. Frank J. Whittington, PhD, is professor emeritus of gerontology, Department of Social Work, at George Mason University, and professor emeritus of sociology at Georgia State University (GSU), where he was both a faculty member (–95) and director (–) of the Gerontology Institute. His research interests focus on the social dimensions of health and health care of older persons Price: $
As large numbers of baby boomers become seniors, the landscape of social work is changing and adapting in response. According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Administration on Aging (AoA), the number of older adults in the United States is expected to double from the year to the year Foundations of Social Work Practice in the Field of Aging: A Competency-Based Approach (2nd edition), written by Colleen M. Galambos, Roberta R. Greene, Nancy P. Kropf, and Harriet L. Cohen, relies on the latest CSWE core competencies to explore micro, mezzo, and macro practice with older adults through an ecological perspective. The authors. Key Features. Two approaches—international comparisons on aging and the relationship between macro social policy and real people's lives—provide the foundation for understanding aging social policy. The connection between macro and micro is reinforced through descriptions of the varied ways in which different countries construct social policies and their direct effect on an older adult's. Typical Roles & Responsibilities of Aging / Gerontological Social Workers. Social workers who specialize in gerontology often help to handle the practical aspects of the aging process, such as financial planning for long-term care, selection of care providers and facilities, coordinating the preparation of documents such as advance directives, and ensuring proper prevention and treatment of.
The Official Journal of the Association for Gerontology Education in Social Work. Instructions for authors. Journal information. Editorial board. Call for papers. Welcoming your research: Submit to one of the journal's upcoming special issues. Latest articles. Latest articles. The Effect of Educational Interventions on Willingness to Work with. Founded in , the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) is the largest membership organization of professional social workers in the world, with more than , members. NASW works to enhance the professional growth and development of its members, to create and maintain professional standards, and to advance sound social policies. Social Work Practice With Older Adults by Jill Chonody and Barbra Teater presents a contemporary framework based on the World Health Organization’s active aging policy that allows forward-thinking students to focus on client strengths and resources when working with the Actively Aging framework takes into account health, social, behavioral, economic, and personal Brand: SAGE Publications. This Second Edition of the Oxford Handbook of Social Work in Health and Aging addresses the evolving interdisciplinary health care context and the broader social work practice environment, as well as advances in the knowledge base that guides social work service delivery in health and aging.