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Hyatt, Lillian - Oral History Interview - CSWA ❧ An interview with Lillian L. Hyatt, MSW, as she discusses a life of advocacy, her passion for justice related to the elderly, and her life as a retired social worker. Interviewer: Esther Gillies, MSW, LCSW. Date: 5/5/07. ❧ CONTENTS: (00:50)- Social work beginnings. (12:12)- Passion for justice. (13:10)- Experience as a retired social worker at residential community living. (16:18)- CCRC (Continuing Care Residential Community). (20:35)- Improving CCRC living. (30:08)- Elderly care and lack of Dignity, Peace, and Respect. (36:46)- Involvement with American Association of Retired Persons (AARP). (39:15)- "Aging but not out of touch with the world". (45:34)- Role as a NASW CA news writer. (50:00)- Bill 489 (Elderly resident's rights). (55:03)- Closing. ❧ Lillian Hyatt. Interviewed by Esther Gillies. Date of interview: 5-5-7. Length of interview: 56 minutes. DVD containing interview. ❧ ADDITIONAL MATERIALS: 1. California Social Work Hall of Distinction Biography ( http://socialworkhallofdistinction.usc.edu/honorees/ ). 2. Periodic articles for the NASW CA Newsletter from 2004 - present. 3. Periodic articles for the CANHR Advocate Newsletter: CCRC Corner from 2004 - present.
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