Certificate Programs

CADER has created Certificate Programs for organizations and individuals that would like to enhance their competencies in important practice areas. The typical number of continuing education credits (CEUs) provided in each Certificate Program is shown.

Foundations in Aging and Disabilities Certificate

Gain the knowledge and skills necessary for effective practice in the growing fields of aging and disabilities. (21 CEUs)

Mental Health in Aging Certificate

Enrich your understanding, knowledge, and skills from these modules that provide exceptional background of aging topics such as dementia, late-life depression, suicide prevention, and treatment approaches to substance use. (21 CEUs)

Residential Housing and Community Living Certificate

Enhance your knowledge concerning older adults who live in the community. Modules in this group explore aging in place, legal issues, falls, driving transitions, supportive housing, and working with informal caregivers. (23 CEUs)

Care Management Certificate

Address your need to stay current with the latest developments in care management and care coordination. The passage of the healthcare reform makes this certificate a vital resource for social workers and other health and social service practitioners. (19 CEUs)

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