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Certificate Program in Professional Geriatric Care Management New York

 

Our Certificate Program is Designed to Equip Professionals in Two Ways:

  • by enhancing clinical skills and knowledge of the geriatric population.
  • by providing training in the fundamentals of setting up and running the

    business side of a Professional Geriatric Care Managment Practice.

Classes are in the evening.

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Course of Study:

  • 20 credits of classroom clinical courses
  • 8 credits of business development courses
  • 18 credits of clinical case study and field experience

NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR FALL 2004

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The "E" GROUP Two-Year Course Sequence & Schedule (Sept 2004 - May 2006)

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About the Brookdale Center on Aging of Hunter College

The Brookdale Center on Aging of Hunter Collegeis the largest university-based gerontology center in the New York, New Jersey and Connecticut tri-state area, and the Northeast. World renowned for over 30 years, The Brookdale Center on Aging is one of Hunter College s many academic enrichment programs. Located at Hunter College s Brookdale Health-Science Campus in New York City, The Center s multidisciplinary team of social workers, nurses, lawyers, educators and ethicists provides training and technical assistance to staff at all levels within the aging network. Additionally, the Center helps non-aging agencies and businesses with their concerns for older clients, older workers or caregiver employees and grandparent caregivers.

To promote careers in aging, the Brookdale Center on Aging works closely with secondary schools, colleges and professional schools using training and technical assistance projects at the national, state and local level. With academic rigor, The Center addresses issues and problems relating to aging in the United States and instructs those seeking careers in the field.

However, the Center is more than a think tank and more than a training ground for careers in gerontology. From its inception in 1974, the Brookdale Center on Aging has tested theories and approaches by translating them into programs which the Center operates and supervises. This unique blend of theory and practice has made the Brookdale Center on Aging one of the largest gerontology centers in the United States; many of its programs have been replicated throughout the country.

For more than 30 years, the Brookdale Center on Aging has developed an extensive network of cooperative relationships with organizations and individuals who care for the elderly; hospital administrators, health care works, staffs of public and private agencies, university faculties, social workers, city, state and federal officials, attorneys, family caregivers, and more. Through training, research, service and advocacy programs for and with this network, we help the elderly live dignified and independent lives with proper care, needed social services, adequate income, and opportunities for continued personal growth. The Center s twofold mission of academic training and practical applications is supported only in part by Hunter College. The Center depends for its success on private contributions and grants from foundations and governments. For more information about donations to the Brookdale Center on Aging, please send an email to: info@brookdale. org.  

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CONTACT:

 

Marion Somers, Ph. D.

msomers@hunter. cuny.edu

Director of the Certificate Program in Professional Geriatric Care Management

Brookdale Center on Aging of Hunter College

425 East 25th Street, 13th Floor North

New York, NY 10010

Phone:
(212) 481-5203 Fax: (212) 481-3791

 

NOTE:

If you call, please leave your email address as well as your full address

(including apartment number) and full zipcode.

Literature will be mailed or emailed to you.

 

 



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