Hosted by: Silas W. Kelly, LMSW, E-Journalism Social Work Advocate, Past NASW-NYS Board Member Description: In this Chapter Chat, Silas talked about his experience working with Veterans and their families, … Continue reading Connecting With and Serving New Clients in COVID-19
Accountability gets a bad rap and is seen as a punishing or a “calling out” rather than an act of radical love and generosity. If we saw accountability as a … Continue reading Accountability Gets a Bad Rap: But, what if we leaned into it?
Are you, or someone you know, providing care for a grandchild or other young relative? Rae Glaser, the Director of NYS Kinship Navigator, and Ryan Johnson, MSW, the Associate Director are here … Continue reading NYS Kinship Navigator System of Care
Presented by: Leaders of NABSW, Melissa Smith Haley, MSW, LMSW, NABSW President; Daryl Fraser, LCSW; Gloria Scott, LCSW; L. Zakiya Newland, PhD, LCSW-R; and Dalphine E. Meadows, LMSW, MBA, CASAC-T … Continue reading Cancel Culture: A Discussion on the Realities of Racism in Social Work Education and Practice
Presented by: Sarah Murdoch, MSW, Director of Client Services at Medicare Rights Center Description: Learn how the Medicare Rights Center, a national, nonprofit consumer service organization, can assist you with … Continue reading Navigating Medicare: Resources to Help Your Clients through the Medicare Maze
Presented by: Kari Tabag, PhD(c) LCSW-R Description: Asians are the fastest-growing racial group in the United States (U.S.) and by 2065, are projected to represent 14% of the population (Pew … Continue reading Addressing Xenophobia and Violence Among the Asian American Community