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While social work has historically played an important role in medical health care, dentistry has for the most part, not included a social work model of care as part of its operation. Except a few, like Eastman Dental, whose social workers for the last 15 years have been quietly making significant contributions to patient care, resident/faculty education and program development. Read more about Social Work at Eastman Dental »

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Meet Our Social Worker

Jill DelVecchioJill DelVecchio, LMSW, joined the Eastman Institute for Oral Health family in September 2017. Since 2003 she has been providing support to children and families within this community and surrounding counties. Jill received her Bachelor of Science degree in Child Psychology at Utica College and her Master of Social Work degree from the Greater Rochester Collaborative. She has a breadth of experience in the field of Social Work including early education, developmental disabilities, behavioral interventions and advocacy. She has participated on numerous community committees to improve laws, regulations and policies affecting children with disabilities and families of low socioeconomic status. She comes with a strong background in working with multidisciplinary teams and educating other professionals on family engagement practices. Jill is dedicated to enhancing positive outcomes for our patients and their families as well as assessing their needs to ensure access to quality services and supports.

Read How EIOH Social Work Has Impacted Our Patients and Community

Social Workers in Big Demand at Eastman: Marking 30 Years of Service to Patients and Residents

Dentistry Participates In Annual Safe Crib Distribution

Eastman Helps Refugee Children

Eastman Dental Makes Science Fun for Kids

Social Work and Pediatric Dentistry: A Research Partnership

Pediatric Dentist Learned to Address Barriers, Advocate for Patients at EIOH

Abused Teen Finds Help at Eastman Dental

Health Ministry Provides Oral Health Screenings

Social Work and Pediatric Dentistry: Partnering to Serve the Whole Patient

Lenora Colaruotolo, LMSW, Wins URMC Excellence Award

Local Teen Makes a Difference by Helping Eastman Dental

Eastman Institute Social Work and Dentistry Make Learning Fun for High Risk Kids

EIOH Social Work and Dentistry Network with 300 Monroe County Providers

Dentistry Participates in Safe Crib Giveaway

When Abuse is Suspected


Contact Social Work Services

Eastman Institute for Oral Health
625 Elmwood Avenue, Box 683
Rochester, NY 14620
(585) 275-6820; (585) 273-3485 fax

Check out this video marking our 100th year!

Check out this video marking our 100th year!


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