Team Certifications

Our Team of Qualified Certified Senior Advisors and Specialists demonstrate extensive knowledge of the aging process and identify the most appropriate options and solutions for seniors’ individual needs and best interests to improve their lives.

Our Advisors possess certifications such as Certified Dementia Practitioner, Senior Recreational Therapist, Brain Injury Specialist, and Physical Therapist Assistant. These Credentials demonstrate a commitment to the highest standards, continuing education, professional ethics, and trust which sets our team apart from others working with older adults.

We specialize in creating tailored programs to break down barriers with Mobility, Cognition, Isolation, Nutrition, Home Safety, Senior Living Placement and more.

During the evaluation process we will listen to all concerns and further assess all needs. We will then share detailed ways of how will assist you in creating a care plan while connecting you with our Network of vetted professionals in Healthcare, Finance, Elder Law, Realty, Insurance Benefits, as an added benefit.

Plus, you will have access to our learning center which includes our Educational Podcast Show & Newsletters!

Contact The Senior Advisors to learn more about our Membership Opportunities and how we can assist you or your family TODAY!

The Certified Senior Advisor (CSA)® is the leading certification for professionals serving older adults, and is a designation awarded to qualified individuals. Earning the CSA certification requires individuals to pass a rigorous exam and to uphold the highest ethical standards for the benefit and protection of the health and welfare of seniors. CSAs are multidisciplinary professionals who have demonstrated advanced knowledge in the multiple processes of aging. A CSA demonstrates a commitment to the highest standards, continuing education, professional ethics, and trust. This sets the CSA credential holder apart from other practitioners working with older adults.

The CDP certification represents that the front line staff and health care professional has received comprehensive knowledge in the area of dementia care, achievement in completing the Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia Care course/seminar, met the NCCDP requirements for CDP certification, applied for the CDP certification and received the CDP certification.

The Brain Injury Association of America’s Academy of Certified Brain Injury Specialists (ACBIS) is the largest national program providing education, training, certification, and ongoing resources for multi-disciplinary specialists in the brain injury community. ACBIS offers a voluntary certification program for professionals working in brain injury services to earn a nationally recognized credential: Certified Brain Injury Specialist (CBIS).

Individuals must have 500 hours of currently verifiable direct contact experience with an individual or individuals with brain injury Experience can be paid employment and/or academic internship The qualifying experience must have included formal supervision or have been conducted while the applicant operated under a professional license.

Certified Dementia Care Specialist (ECDCS) Certification
is designed for credentialed professionals who provide care to patients and clients diagnosed with dementia and have specialized training in the care of these patients.

Common professionals who apply for ECDCS Certification include: Credentialed Health Care Professionals such as Certified Nursing Assistants, Licensed Practical Nurses, Registered Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, Physicians, Physician Assistants and Physical & Occupational Therapists.

The Specialization Area Designation on the CTRS credential is used to indicate recreational therapy experience and focused continuing education within a specified area of practice, both of which are necessary components for advancing competence in practice. Recreational therapy, also known as therapeutic recreation, is a systematic process that utilizes recreation and other activity-based interventions to address the assessed needs of individuals with illnesses and/or disabling conditions, as a means to psychological and physical health, recovery and well-being.

Physical Therapist Assistants in the United States, you must graduate from a Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education-accredited physical therapist assistant education program and pass a state-administered national exam to obtain licensure or certification required in most states.