Assistant Professor of the School of Social Work, Dr. Angelique Day researches a range of education and health well being measures which influence the successful transition to adulthood of adolescent aged foster care youth. Her interdisciplinary work addresses a critical gap in knowledge in the education, legal and child welfare literature. Dr. Day has received funding to examine cross system communication in the provision of educational services to children in foster care. Additionally, new lines of inquiry are underway to assess the physical health and well-being of older foster care youth through a review of the automatic Medicaid enrollment initiative of the Michigan Department of Community Health.
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