Social & Community Related Programs & Services
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Course level: Undergraduate
This course provides an overview of programs and products related to our rapidly expanding long-term care populations. Services designed to support the growing needs of long-term care populations and their support networks will be examined. The impact of health care trends on the future of the long-term care industry will be explored. This course is not available for enrollment to residents of Georgia, Kentucky, Minnesota, Missouri, and Wisconsin.
What you'll learn
Course skills and outcomes
- Explain the evolution of programs and services for aging populations.
- Analyze types of programs and services for long-term care populations.
- Explain information sources for programs and services.
- Describe community programs and services for long-term care populations.
- Identify qualification requirements for community programs and services.
- Analyze social programs and services for long-term care populations.
- Analyze educational programs and services for long-term care populations.
- Explain the benefits of social and educational programs and services.
- Determine sources of funding for community, social, and educational programs and services.
- Evaluate the impact of reimbursement on long-term care.
- Explain licensure requirements for programs and services.
- Analyze current trends and issues in long-term care.