Program Benefits

  • Enhanced Staff Qualifications. Make sure your staff has the core competences needed in the growing field of aging and disabilities. CADER courses can prepare your organization for accreditation such as those offered by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA)
  • Standardized Training That Stays Up-to-Date. Offer standardized training so that all of your workers receive state-of-the-art training in topics such as care transitions, behavioral health, consumer direction, legal and ethical issues, and integration of care for older adults and people with disabilities.
  • Accessibility and Convenience. Provide training that is accessible to your workers and adaptable to meet your organization’s needs–our self-paced online courses can be taken anywhere and at any time.
  • Return on Investment. Our training is cost-effective and affordable. Reduction in travel costs and time.
  • Measurable Skill Gains. Obtain detailed reports of competency gains and program effectiveness – and watch how a well-trained, skilled workforce can have a real impact on consumers and their families.
  • Extensive Customer Support. Receive individualized consultation, technical support, monthly progress reports, and enrichment tools to make effective program management easy for you and your organization.
  • A Demonstrably Stronger Organization.  Set your organization apart by being able to demonstrate that you have a well-trained and qualified workforce, with backing from Boston University.

I have watched [our] care managers grow as they completed the Care Management Certificate. This level of skill set development can only strengthen our services and puts our agency in a much better place as we apply for future grants. We can concretely demonstrate that our staff completed the specialized training that will make us more competent as well as more competitive.”– Janice A., Georgia Area Agency on Aging