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Featured: Case Management Certificate

$325

Gain an understanding of the core functions and responsibilities of case management and care coordination, an introduction to care transitions, and a review of the resources available to support care in the community through our five-course certificate program.

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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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Person-Centered Case Management Certificate

$385

A 6-course certificate that provides learners with the information needed to develop a person-centered plan by reviewing the key steps in an assessment of functional needs, skill development in gathering the pertinent information, ability to identify available resources, and ongoing support through care transitions.

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Webinars

COVID-19 & Cities: Supporting Aging Populations

Free

On May 27, 2020, the Boston University Initiative on Cities (IOC) and the Boston University School of Social Work (BUSSW) held a webinar to discuss the challenges and trends that aging populations face as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, and how cities are responding.

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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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Foundations in Aging & Disabilities Certificate

$325

This five-course certificate program provides a strength-based approach for health and social service practitioners looking at aging and disabilities from a biological, psychological, and social perspective.

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