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New Audiovision "Aging Issues" Volunteer Reader
Helen Hunter, ACSW, LSW, of Middlesex, New Jersey, has joined the cadre of talented volunteer readers at the New Jersey State Library Talking Book & Braille Center. Helen is Audiovision’s new Aging Issues reader. Hunter brings a lot of experience to Audiovision. She recorded a Senior Issues program for the Radio Reading Service at Florida Gulf Coast University, Fort Myers, from 2000 to 2008.
Hunter is an independent geriatric social worker consultant and trainer with over 30 years of experience in her field. She has worked in home health and hospice care; is a published author and a contributing writer for a number of local and national magazines, focusing on aging and family care issues; and developed and read an hourly program called Senior Issues for the Radio Reading Service which was broadcast in the Fort Myers/Naples, Florida, area and nationwide through the In-Touch service.
Hunter earned her BA from Rutgers University’s Douglass College and her MSW with a special certificate in gerontology from Rutgers University School of Social Work. She also earned a Diploma in Pastoral Theology and Spiritual Direction from the Blessed Edmund Rice School for Pastoral Ministry. She is licensed as a social worker in Connecticut, Florida, New Jersey and New York.
Enjoy Helen's June 20, 2012 interview with Melissa Chalker from the New Jersey Foundation for Aging.
Listen to Audiovision’s Aging Issues feature on Thursdays at noon and 11 p.m. (unless otherwise announced); and don’t miss your local and national news, and other features 24-hours a day, seven days a week on Audiovision!
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