The Intergenerational Movement: Serving Traditional and Non-Traditional Families in a School Setting
Date: 5:00pm - 7:00pm PDT October 16, 2012 Location: Room 417, Lewis & Clark Graduate Campus
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Room 417, Lewis & Clark Graduate Campus
Portland is alive with organized communities and neighborhoods that are once again reaping the benefits of working with multiple age cohorts in our homes and our neighborhoods. Together we will investigate how such communities are supporting our children in the home and community and the benefits of living and learning in an intergenerational society.
This workshop is part of our 2012-2013 Workshop Series.
Instructor: Libby Hinze, B.A.
About the Instructor
Libby Hinze is a critical gerontologist who was born and raised in Portland, Oregon. Her compassion and spirit brings a fresh perspective to intentional aging. She has worked as a medical case manager for five years. Recently she accepted a position as a care coordinator and is creating a program that manages patient’s care from a holistic approach. She is brassy and bold when it comes to advocating for her patients’ rights, yet graceful and respectful when tackling some of the very tough questions she and her patients must overcome. Libby has a BA in Human Studies from Marylhurst University and a Certificate in Gerontology.
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