Jack Levine

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The head of Florida’s child welfare system gained unanimous approval during his initial Senate confirmation hearing Thursday.

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You don’t have to be a biological father to play the role of dad. Speaking on WFSU’s Public Affairs Program, Perspectives, Jack Levine shares the ways men can have an impactful role on children. He’s the founder of the Four Generations Institute.

Perspectives: Fathers and Dads

Jun 12, 2014

Being a dad goes far beyond the biological father function.  We talk it over with Jack Levine, founder of the Four-Generations Institute, Zach Gibson, chief child advocate and director of adoption and child protection in the Executive Office of the Governor and Larry Baxter, chief of the elder rights bureau in the Florida Department of Elder Affairs.

Perspectives: Aging in Place

Jul 25, 2013

On the 23rd anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act becoming law, there’s a growing awareness that age, accident or illness will affect most of us at some time in our lives.  The panel argues it’s smart to plan for that eventuality when it comes to home construction and community redevelopment so more people can stay in their houses and neighborhoods for more of their lives.  Taking part in the discussion: Advocate for people with disabilities J.R. Harding; Larry Baxter with the Florida Department of Elder Affairs; and Jack Levine, founder of 4Generations Institute.