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Angela is a licensed clinical social worker and certified thanatologist. At DU's Graduate School of Social Work she is a doctoral candidate, adjunct faculty member and research assistant. She is passionate about social work, especially in the areas of work with older adults, caregivers, end of life care and grief/bereavement support. Additional areas of interest, study and work include aging in place, ageism, elder abuse and the field of animal assisted therapy. Angela has also worked and volunteered in the areas of advocacy and support for survivors of crime as well as adults facing felony sentencing. She earned her Bachelor's Degree at The Pennsylvania State University and her Masters of Social Work degree at the University of Wyoming.
On page 14 and 15 is an article I wrote for the Association for Gerontology in Higher Education (AGHE) Exchange Newsletter, Fall 2010. The article is titled Transitions in Care under the Geriatric Education section.