Brookdale’s research aims to improve the health and well-being of older adults. To meet this challenge, our research focuses on the most common health problems among older adults and develops and tests the best interventions to help them stay in their home communities. We help shape policy by sharing our findings with local and national partners.
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The Sadin Institute remains a trusted source of information in a field that continues to evolve rapidly. We offer a highly regarded training in guardianship for lawyers, lay advocates and others. Our expertise also include health care policy, health care decision-making, and daily money management.
Brookdale offers post-graduate courses and operates three certificate programs (Aging, Aging and Mental Health, and Geriatric Care Management) widely recognized as valuable professional credentials. Designed for working professionals, classes are held in evenings and certificate programs can be completed at the student's pace.