FIND ME Documentary Film screening at Syracuse University

  • 21 Nov 2015
  • Syracuse University, Hall of Languages, Rm. 207

In honor of National Adoption Month and Day, SU, Falk College School of Social Work, in conjunction with Families with Children from China of CNY are offering a screening of the documentary film, “Find Me” with an expert panel discussion to follow.


“Find Me” Documentary Film

With optional Expert Panel Discussionon Foster Care and Adoptions 

Saturday, Nov. 21st, 1 to 4 p.m.

(Check-in begins at 12:30 p.m.)

Syracuse University, Hall of Languages, Rm. 207

Cost:  Free to the public 

  

“Find Me” is a heartwarming drama that follows three families as they adopt children from China.  This feature-length documentary film journeys with them as they seek to discover the back story of those who loved them first.   

Optional Expert Panel Discussion will help to develop a framework for understanding the unique needs of adopted children and families and children in foster care from a National and International perspective.     Free to the public, Social Workers (LMSW’s and LCSW’s) can obtain 3 Continuing Education Credits for $40.00 and to register, please go to the Falk College of Social Work Website to print the Univ. Registration Form. (http://falk.syr.edu/SocialWork/ContinuingEducation.aspx).  Registrations cannot be accepted via email of phone.  

Contact:  Social Work Continuing Education at swkce@syr.edu.   

For General Questions contact:  Kay Scott at 446-9556 or kayascott@yahoo.com

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