Amanda has served as Editor-in-Chief for the Journal of Gerontological Social Work since 2009.

About JGSW

With over 30 years of consistent, quality articles devoted to social work practice, theory, administration, and consultation in the field of aging, the Journal of Gerontological Social Work presents information needed to stay abreast of the changing and controversial issues affecting today’s growing aging population. A valuable resource for social work administrators, practitioners, consultants, and supervisors in long-term care facilities, acute treatment and psychiatric hospitals, mental health centers, family service agencies, community and senior citizen centers, and public health and welfare agencies, the Journal of Gerontological Social Work provides a respected and stable forum for cutting-edge insights by experts in the field.


Amanda’s Editorials

Issue 56(1) – Asset Accumulation and Older Adults

Issue 55(8) – Medicare Uncertainties

Issue 55(1) – Narrative Gerontology Coming Into Its Own

Issue 55(3) – Long-Term Care Gets Personal

Issue 54(8) – New Understanding of Memory

Issue 54(4) – Disaster, Vulnerability and Older Adults: Towards a social work response

Issue 54(3) – Ruminating on Art and Science

Issue 54(2) – Causality Conundrums and Advice to Authors

Issue 54(1) – Deficit Commission Targets Social Security: Privatization Revisited?

Issue 53(7) – The CLASS Act and Gerontological Social Work

Issue 52(7) – Is There Room for the Self in Research?

Issue 52(4) – Reflections on Age & Identity


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