Assessing the educational and training needs of personnel who provide services to the elderly by Loretta Cecile Buffer

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Subjects:

  • Old age assistance.,
  • Social work with older people,
  • Social workers -- In-service training.,
  • Social workers -- Education,
  • Training needs.

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Statementby Loretta Cecile Buffer.
The Physical Object
Pagination251 leaves ;
Number of Pages251
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18964611M

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Older adults who participate in education and training programs need flexible and affordable options. Several strategies appear to reduce the time required to transition from education and training to jobs, including programs that combine basic education with workforce preparation or on-the-job training.

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Personal care assistants (PCAs) serve the needs of those who are ill, elderly or otherwise in need of assistance with daily tasks. While no formal education is.

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agencies, local education agencies, and local school personnel design and implement assessment procedures that in some cases are beyond the realm of existing, expert knowledge. The sooner the research base can match the demands of policy, the more likely that students with disabilities can participate meaningfully in standards-based assessments.

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