Gerontology Workshop Series - Updating Your Policy Toolbox: Aging, Retirement and Healthcare

Designed to introduce learners to Social Security and Medicare, two important policies in the lives of the older adult population in the United States.  The objective is to address the intended impact of the policies, discuss how they work with our present day aging population, and look ahead to the impact of these policies in the future.  Historical aspects of both policies will be included in order to make a connection with the original policies as they were developed and the current policies as they have changed over time.  Special consideration is given to the influence of gender, culture, and aging on the impact that these policies have, both now and in the future.  Register Now Until November 21!

Dementia Care Training Certificate Program

More than 5 million Americans have Alzheimer's disease, the most common form of dementia, and are cared for by an estimated 15 million Americans. Throughout this program the student will learn the intricacies of Alzheimer's and dementia, and care practices that provide the highest quality of care to meet the needs of those who face this devastating disease. Those that are caregivers as well as professionals are encouraged to take this program.  Register any time!

Drug Diversion & Best Practices for Prescribing Controlled Substances

Health Providers - develop a better understanding on how to help curb prescription drug abuse among the general public. Open Enrollment! Register Any Time!

Fall Registration Open until December 15, 2014

Spring Term Starts on January 5, 2015

New Courses Coming Soon!

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Gerontology Workshop Series – Sex, Drugs and Almost Rock and Roll

Summer Course Catalog