Develop effective communication strategies and supportive interview techniques that enhance rapport and relationships with aging populations. Apply ethical principles, standards and boundaries that acknowledge self-determination.

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  • Communication of Aging (61278)
    10/24/2022 - 12/23/2022
    Days & Times: Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs, Fri: 7:00 AM - 7:30 AM
    Facility: ONLINE
    Instructor: Jennifer Ellis
    Tuition: $463.95
    Status: Active
    Seats Available: 12
    Essential Class Information: Online course delivery requires you have access to a computer and reliable internet to receive instr ...

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