A Guide to the Aging and Disability Networks

Number of CE credit hours: 4
Cost of Online Course: $120
Group Pricing: $100 per learner (10-24 learners); $80 per learner (25 or more learners)
Enrollment period: on-demand, ongoing

All online courses are self-paced and are designed as reading-based and include interactive multimedia components including simulations, video, audio, and discussion boards.

This course is intended to acquaint workers with the variety of services available to older adults and people with disabilities through programs supported by federal and state governments, as well as local agencies. By the conclusion of this course, you should be able to assist consumers with information about resources, discuss eligibility for programs that meet their particular needs, and navigate the aging and disability networks.

After successfully completing this course, you will be able to:

  • Define the concept and describe the implications of aging in community.
  • Discuss some of the emerging policy issues relating to aging in community.
  • Apply a strengths-based approach to practice when working with older adults who wish to age in community.
  • Discuss the capacity-risk model and ethical considerations when addressing the issue of aging in community.
  • Recognize the ethical dilemmas that can occur with aging in community.

To learn more about this course including an outline and course requirements, please visit the A Guide to the Aging and Disabilities Network – Additional Information Sheet.

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