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Free CEUs - Aging and Cultural Diversity
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When: Thursday, November 21
Where: Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal
1301 Western Ave
Cincinnati, Ohio  45203
United States
Presenter: Gail Gepsman Ziegler, MSW, LISW-S
Contact: Pamela Miller

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1.5 for social workers & counselors

Seating for 50

Cost: free for NASW members and non-members


Location: Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal

Training will be held in the Holocaust and Humanity Center. Meet in the HHC lobby at the bottom of the stairs. Museum staff will be able to direct you. There is no cost to enter the Museum Center for this training.


What does aging look like for the 80,000 Holocaust survivors still alive in North America? Though coming from diverse backgrounds and experiences, most survivors or their immediate family members experienced the trauma of loss, starvation, separation, slavery and death. In what ways can a Person-Centered Trauma-Informed approach be integrated in caring for this aging population? How might these experiences impact the descendants of Holocaust survivors and perpetrators? Join in a personal discussion about these issues with the presenter, who will include video testimony from Holocaust survivors. Participants will also have an opportunity to explore the Nancy & David Wolf Center for Holocaust & Humanity Education.

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