Shanghai and Chicago Elder Services: Similarities and Differences
As part of the 2014 Chicago-Shanghai Social Services Exchange, eight delegates from Shanghai, China will share best practices in the field of social services supports for the elderly and their generally aging population at the conference Shanghai and Chicago Elder Services: Similarities and Differences at The John Marshall Law School on Wednesday, July 16 from 9:00 am-12:30 pm. They will dialogue about their week’s experience in Chicago, which includes several site visits and discussions with local professionals.
This conference will feature an introductory panel, an academic panel, and then a panel discussion with the distinguished Shanghainese delegates—what they learned from our models and what they can teach us about theirs.
Attendance is free, but RSVP is required. Please RSVP to Heather Li at firstname.lastname@example.org or 312.201.4537.
The delegates are:
• Mr. Chen Yuebin, Chief, Old-age Work Division, Shanghai Civil Affairs Bureau
• Ms. Chu Beilin, Director, Shanghai No. 4 Elderly Home
• Ms. Kang Qi, Chief, Community Service Section, Shanghai Development Center for Old-age Programs
• Ms. Lu Yue, Interpreter, Shanghai International Exchange Center for Social Welfare
• Dr. Sun, Ying, Professor, East China University of Political Science and Law, and Secretary General of the Sino-American Research Center for an Aging Population
• Mr. Wang Weimin, Section Chief, Social Welfare Division, Shanghai Civil Affairs Bureau
• Dr. Wang Yongjie, Professor, East China University of Political Science and Law
• Mr. Wang Zhengmin, Chief, Administrative Division for Foundations, Shanghai Civil Affairs Bureau of NGOs