Caring for Those Who Care: Meeting the Needs of Southeast Asian American Caregivers

This article originally appeared on American Society on Aging.

Thursday, January 28, 2021 Start time 11:00 AM Pacific End time 12:30 PM Pacific Diverse Elders Coalition The John A Hartford Foundation SEARAC RRF Foundation for Aging Sponsored by the Diverse Elders Coalition Register now for FREE

Includes complimentary CEs

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This webinar will help providers further their understanding of the experiences of Southeast Asian American caregivers and improve their multicultural capacities to meet these caregivers’ needs. This webinar.... Read More

             

Navigating Mental Health as a Khmer Social Worker

By Nary Rath. This article originally appeared on the SEARAC blog

My mom arrived to the United States in 1983 fleeing from war and genocide to seek refuge. She was 21 years old when she started a new life in Ohio and then set roots in Connecticut, where she raised my older sister and me. Rebuilding her life in this country has led to opportunities never imaginable for my family in Cambodia, but the exposure to pre- and post-migration trauma continues to be felt by entire communities of Southeast Asian Americans (SEAAs).

Surviving genocide, long-term exposure to violence, displacement, and anti-immigrant racism in the United States are all factors that contribute to the high prevalence of mental health issues.... Read More