Frequently Asked Questions

CADER’s Frequently Asked Questions provide answers to common questions regarding how to access and use course features.  Click on a category below to view questions and find answers.

CADER provides access, equal opportunity, and reasonable accommodations for all its continuing education programs for individuals with disabilities. If you require special assistance, please contact CADER to inform us of your needs at (617) 358-2626.

If after reviewing the Frequently Asked Questions you are still having trouble accessing the course, or if you have any other problems or concerns with any aspect of the course, please contact CADER by phone at (617) 358-2626, or by e-mail at cader@bu.edu.

If you have any problems or concerns you have with any aspect of this online course, please contact CADER by phone at (617) 358-2626 or by e-mail at cader@bu.edu.  Institute staff are available to address any difficulties you may have with:

  • Course registration
  • Technical issues
  • Post-Test questions
  • CEUs
  • Certificate of completion
  • Payment

News

  • Nov 24, 2014 Recent Events September 18, 2014.“Options Counseling in Motion: Georgia Division of Aging Services and......
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  • Recent Events
    September 18, 2014.“Options Counseling in Motion: Georgia Division of Aging Services and Boston University Training Partnership” National Association of States United for Aging and Disabilities, Arlington, VA. Due to the complex nature of Options Counseling (OC), a well-trained workforce is essential. Presenters, Amy Riedesel, Aging & Disability Resource Connection Program Manager DHS Division of Aging […]
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    On October 23, 2014, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Special Commission on Elder Protective Services released their Report of Recommendations to the General Court to the press. Governor Deval Patrick established the Elder Protective Services Commission, which is charged with studying and making recommendations to the Legislature on strategies to examine best practices for the prevention […]