The Department of Health & Community Services at CSU, Chico offers a minor in gerontology for undergraduate students.
The Department of Health & Community Services at CSU, Chico offers a certificate in gerontology for undergraduate students.
The School of Social Work offers the John A. Hartford Partnership Program in Aging Education (HPPAE) grant for students in the Master of Social Work program at CSU, Chico to participate in a year-long training in gerontology.
The Association for Gerontology in Higher Education offers a comprehensive website with career opportunities in aging and areas of study.
ElderCollege is an opportunity for persons age 60 and over to take Chico State classes on a non-credit, space-available basis with the permission of the instructor, for the low cost of $60 per semester. As a guest in the course, you'll gain the knowledge you desire without required homework. ElderCollege is a great way to explore new disciplines and enjoy learning for the joy of it.
Provides a variety of multidisciplinary ethnogeriatric programs and curriculum resource materials to educate health care professionals on the cultural issues associated with aging and health.
Volunteers participate in personal visits with a "grandparent" matched by both of their personal interests.
A group of students meets with a group of older adults in assisted living facilities in Chico and participate in various activities together.
An adult day health center for older adults and adults with disabilities.
Passages' volunteer opportunities include professional training and support to ensure volunteers are capable and comfortable to meet critical needs within your community.
An independent and assisted living community designed to help older adults lead an active and positive lifestyle.