Increasing numbers of baby boomers will enter the services offered by the aging network. This growing population will require the leaders in the network to manage with limited resources. Decisions about programs and services will need to be made with innovation, forethought and deliberation, decisions that need to be based on law and ethics. How should limited resources be offered to this growing elder population? Will they be allocated, and how? Is allocation ethical? And, as society moves forward, how will other changes impact elders? This course prepares students for the decisions they will need to make as they become leaders in the field of aging.
Leadership and Ethics in Aging Services
Monday, April 3, 2017 to Thursday, June 1, 2017