Judy Smith, PhD, LCSW has conducted many research studies on parenting and child development with samples of low-income women. In this blog, she describes her recent work focused on the stresses of parenting in later life, which is a topic that has received very little attention in the academic arena and in popular media. More →
The NYC Elder Abuse Center is commited to improving how professionals, organizations, and systems respond to the needs of older victims of abuse, neglect and exploitation.
Through collaborations with our partners, NYCEAC is able to employ the collective wisdom and experience of many experts working in various capacities within the field of elder justice. Our partners, listed in the Steering Committee section of this website, are dedicated individuals from non-profit organizations and government agencies across New York City, all working diligently to prevent and respond to elder abuse.
As evidenced by their biographies and descriptions of their organizations, NYCEAC’s partners cover a wide range of educational backgrounds, professional expertise, and service interests. We are thankful for their hard work, commitment, and contributions to NYCEAC and to the field of elder justice and we are proud to feature and promote their excellent service.
Learn About NYCEAC’s Partners
Learn about NYCEAC’s impressive partners* through viewing these two directories – Partner Bios and Partner Organizations – or by using the Systems Categories Menu on the left, which organizes our partners by their systems within which their organizations affiliate. Categories include:
- Adult Protective Services
- Aging Services
- Criminal Justice
- Cultural Resources
- Dementia Services
- Elder Abuse Network
- Heath Care
- Legal Services
- Mental Health
- Partner Bios
- Partner Organizations
* NYCEAC has additional partners not yet represented in this directory. For a list of all of our partners, please see NYCEAC’s Steering Committee.