Thriving as a Family Caregiver

Aging2.0 Orange County
March 7, 2018 / 12:00 PM

Orange County

Jack Light, our main speaker for the event, is the Executive Director of the Family Caregiver Resource Center, and St. Jude Brain Injury Network, at St. Jude Medical Center, in Fullerton, CA. Jack is a licensed clinical social worker. His career as a clinician and administrator started in Orange County in 1989. For the past 10 years Jack has been working exclusively with family caregivers. Aside from his professional work Jack is completing a research project with the University of California, Irvine, Community Health Research, Institute for Clinical and Translational Science, to reduce family caregiver stress, anxiety and depression through respite and psychoeducational classes. Jack is also a part time lecturer, at the graduate level, at Cal State Fullerton, Department of Social Work and a fieldwork instructor for graduate students at Cal State Long Beach, School of Social Work. Jack currently supervises candidates for clinical social work licensure, granted by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. He maintains a private clinical counseling practice, working with couples and families. Jack is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley, where he received his undergraduate and graduate degrees.

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Keynote Speaker

Thriving as a Family Caregiver

Jack Light

Executive Director of the Family Caregiver Resource Center, and St. Jude Brain Injury Network - St. Jude

Jack Light is the Executive Director of the Family Caregiver Resource Center, and St. Jude Brain Injury Network, at St. Jude Medical Center, in Fullerton, CA. Jack is a licensed clinical social worker.

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When

March 07, 2018
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
 
Where

Calit2 Building, Room 3008
4100 Calit2 Building, UCIrvine
Irvine, 92697
 
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