Partners and Sponsors

The Atlantic Philanthropies

CADER was originally funded by  The Atlantic Philanthropies (AP) with a goal to prepare the social services workforce for an aging society. An initial grant provided by AP established CADER in 2002. The financial support of AP continued with a $3.1 million grant in 2008. This funding helped strengthen CADER’s leadership in developing innovative online educational programs in aging that are the cornerstone of its workforce projects.

Click more on the following links to learn more about CADER partnerships and training programs.

Aging and Disability Resource Centers (ADRC) Training Programs

Blended Training Programs

Regional and National Training Programs

Statewide Training Programs

RSS Recent CADER News

  • 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 […]