Morano, Carmen | MSW | PhD

Professor; Founding Director Silberman Aging: A Hartford Center of Excellence in Diverse Aging
Phone: (212) 396-7547
Office: 448
Areas of Expertise:
Interdisciplinary Education & Practice
Care Transitions and Care Coordination

Ph.D., Florida International University
M.S.W., Barry University School of Social Work

Dissertation Seminar
Research [focus on aging]
Interdisciplinary Care Coordination
Social Work Policy in Care Coordination

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Morano, C. (Ed.) (2017). Perspectives on Interdisciplinary Education and Practice. NASW Press

Morano B, Morano C, Biese K, Coleman E, Hwang U. Transitional Care. (2016). In: Mattu A, Grossman S, Rosen P, (Ed) Geriatric Emergencies: A Discussion-based Review. Camp Hill, PA: Wiley.

Morano, C., Gardner, D. & Swerdlow, S. (2015). Social Work Practice in Geriatric Care Management Agencies, In B. Berkman (Ed.), The Handbook of Social Work In Health and Aging. New York: Oxford Press

Holl, E. & Morano, C. (2014). Supporting the next generation of caregivers: Service Use and Needs of Adult Siblings of Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. Journal of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, 2, 2-16.


The Social Network Analysis of the Circle of Care Program
Dr. Morano is the PI on a project that is mapping the formal and informal networks of care consultants and caregivers to persons with dementia. The findings from this project will elucidate referral networks of care consultants and the strengths and gaps in supportive networks of caregivers.

The Evaluation of the Sweet Readers Intergenerational Intervention
Dr. Morano is the PI for the pre-post evaluation of the Sweet Reader Intergenerational Intervention. This unique program prepares young adults to participate in a structured intervention that is designed to facilitate positive engagement of persons with dementia using literature and the arts.