Don Freedman spoke November 16, 2012 at Boston University School of Social Work

posted November 19, 2012

Don Freedman spoke on elder law issues for social workers in conjunction with the Lowy-Gem Program in Aging at the Boston University School of Social Work, on November 16, 2012. The Lowy-Gem Program is a comprehensive, Master's level, social work training program that prepares MSW students to meet the unique needs of older adults, their families and the organizations that serve them. This is Don's third year of participation in the program as a guest speaker. The topic this year was elder abuse. Also participating in the panel presentation were Marsha Franlel, head of elder clinical services at Boston Family & Children's Services and Judith Lyons, Assistant District Attorney for Suffolk County.

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