About the course

Level: Introductory

This self-paced learning is provided free and made possible by a grant through the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation.

This course provides practical tips and strategies to enable supportive housing tenants to age in place in supportive housing programs. As tenants age their needs change. Adaptions and accommodations may be necessary to enable them to continue to live independently in housing. Trainers will explore how supportive housing providers can take a proactive role in planning to meet the changing needs of tenants as they age. Approaches to case management, the importance of building community-based partnerships and connections as well as methods to promote housing stability will be discussed.

This course includes closed captioning.

Learning Goals

In this course you will learn how to:

  • Apply tenant-centered housing case management to promote housing stability.

  • Deploy strategies that improve tenant’s ability to maintain and sustain housing as they age.