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COVID 19 Plans and Information

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The Center for Health and Aging Innovation (CHAI) at the NYU Silver School of Social Work looks to harness the power of intergenerational connection to increase the overall wellness of all generations. Our research, education, and community partnerships aim to promote equity among diverse populations.

With Intergenerational Home Sharing, CHAI fosters immediate intergenerational connection in the pairing of older and younger generations together to share living space. 

Our Healthy Aging Specialization at NYU Silver is setting the stage for the long term success of intergenerational connectivity. The Healthy Aging Specialization aims to build a strong cadre of social work scholars, practitioners, policymakers, and advocates to maximize opportunities for health and longevity for individuals and society.

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We develop, test, and refine theories and concepts to promote healthy aging.

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NYU Silver School of Social Work offers a range of educational courses on aging and health from the bachelor’s letter to PhD and DSW and with continuing education courses.

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We have a large network spanning local to global partners who test and innovate new programs and policies to promote healthy and productive aging. Many are leading social work practitioners at not-for-profit and for-profit organizations, as well as government entities.

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"Now that I'm 91, as opposed to being 90, I'm much wiser. I'm much more aware and I'm much sexier."


Betty White

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Keep up to date on health and aging with our library of current and past publications.

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