Use your NASW username and password to log into the Social Work Online CE Institute. Your current registrations are available in your account once you log in. Forgot your NASW Username/password? Click here to reset. If you need to create an NASW account, click here.
NASW courses are generally accepted in all 50 states. If you are unsure whether a course is accepted in your state, please check with your licensing board before purchasing.
You must select a location to proceed.
There was a problem adding this course to your account. Please try again in a few minutes. If the problem persists, you can contact our support department at (877) 880-1335.
About 20% of older adults experience major mental health conditions, yet fewer than 1 in 6 of these elders receive any type of mental health attention. This workshop will examine geriatric mental health concerns and their impact on social service provision and supervision, provide concepts supporting each supervisory practice, and will consider potential solutions to barriers for achieving each supervisory practice.
Interwoven throughout the curriculum will be a focus on cultural competency, racial equity, and diversity issues related to staff, clients and communities.
Expanding Knowledge of Mental Health in Later Life may be taken individually or as part of the 10 training modules for which the enrollee may earn the online SLA Certificate.
2 Social Work
Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought
(Self Study) Teaching Gerontological Social Work Assessment Skills
(Self Study) Heightening Awareness of Older Adult Self-Neglect & Mistreatment
(Self Study) Companion Animals and Healthy Aging
(Self Study) Brief Interventions in Primary Care
(Self Study) A Perspective from the Veteran’s Health Administration
(Self Study) Family Well-Being Across the Lifespan
(Self Study) WI Health Care Advance Directive Options: Empowering Clients to Take Charge Prior to Incapacity - Presented by the NASW Wisconsin Chapter
(Self Study) The Opioid Crisis: How We Got Here
(Self Study) Social Distancing and Social Isolation with Older Adults: A Crisis Response
(Self Study) Cultural Competence: A Social Work Imperative
(Self Study) Building Effective Collaborations to Support Families Affected by Substance Use Disorders