CHINA CENTER LECTURE: Applying Stratification Strategy to Inform a Responsive Carer Support Framework

March 26 9:00 am - 10:30 am

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China Center for Social Policy, Columbia University
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China Center for Social Policy

Featuring

VIVIAN LOU
Director, Sau Po Center on Ageing
Associate Professor, Department of Social Work & Social Administration
University of Hong Kong

Moderated by

JINYU LIU
Associate Professor of Social Work, CSSW

About the Event
Hong Kong’s population is rapidly aging. By 2064, around one third of its residents will be 65 or older; one tenth, 85 or older. In preparation for this demographic shift, the government has established the policy of “Ageing in Place” with the aim of curbing premature institutionalization and promoting active aging. Less attention, however, has been paid to the needs of family caregivers. At this China Center lecture, Vivian Lou (bio), one of China’s foremost experts on family caregiving, active aging, and their health impacts, will share her research on how to promote a more responsive and supportive environment for caregivers, including the development of mobile apps for volunteers, social workers, and families. For more information, please CLICK HERE.

This lecture is part of the 2020–2021 annual lecture series on “Chinese Social Policy from Comparative Perspectives” cosponsored by the Columbia China Center for Social Policy and Weatherhead East Asian Institute and supported by the Columbia School of Social Work.