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Featured: Behavioral Health in Aging Certificate

$325

Explore the major mental health conditions and substance use concerns facing older adults, as well as the importance of promoting mental wellness, resilience, and suicide prevention through our five-course program.

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Online Courses

Featured: Hoarding Disorder in Older Adults

$105

Provides a better understanding of the possible causes of hoarding disorder and how it affects older individuals’ behavior and ability to function within their homes and communities

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Online Courses

Featured: Mental Health and Aging Issues

$120

This course equips health and human services workers with fundamental knowledge of the signs and symptoms of common mental health concerns that impact older adults and the tools required to address their needs.

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Webinars

Featured: Responding to Intersectional Stigmatization – Strategies for Health Professionals

$50

Health practitioner stigma can affect access to care, quality of care, and other health inequities experienced by those with mental illness and substance use disorders. This training webinar will review the most common types of stigmatization, the negative effects stigma often cause and review the latest research on effectively addressing these intersecting stigmas on clinical and structural levels in health care settings.

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Online Courses

A Guide to the Aging and Disability Networks

$120

This course is intended to acquaint workers with the variety of services available to older adults and people with disabilities through programs funded and supported by federal and state governments and administered by states and local agencies.

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Certificate Programs

ADRC Options Counseling Certificate

$325

This comprehensive, five-course certificate program is designed to enable those working in Aging and Disability Resource Centers (ADRCs) gain the knowledge and skills needed to meet the challenges of this changing system of service.

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