Nicole Walters

Aging and Adult Services MSW Intern

Specialties: Older adults 

Nicole (she/her) is an MSW candidate through the University of Denver and is a graduate of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with a degree in Biological Sciences and minors in Gerontology and Psychology. Prior to beginning her graduate program, she worked in the medical field. With her extensive knowledge of the healthcare system, she is uniquely equipped to understand the challenges and stressors that clients may face in this area.  

Nicole specializes in providing services to older adults.  She has a great ability to listen to and understand her client’s needs and goals and works collaboratively with her clients to explore various strategies to support them in reaching their goals.  

Prior to working at JFCS, Nicole completed an internship at the Aging & Disability Resource Connection (ADRC) for Multnomah County and thus, has a deep understanding of local resources, which makes her an exceptional asset for clients and other providers.  

In her off time, Nicole loves a good book, walking her two dogs, Kona and Phil, and practicing yoga. 

Nicole is available to see clients and offers a generous sliding scale that starts at $5.