California Association of Community Managers

SPC420 Age-Restricted Active Adult Community Management

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This course focuses on the unique management needs, legal considerations and challenges of active adult communities, also known as senior communities. You will learn approaches for effectively managing these communities’ specialized requirements and programs. Best practices will be discussed for creating a caring community culture and managing recreational and lifestyle programs.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Explain legal considerations for age-restricted active adult communities

  • Describe the characteristics that make active adult communities unique

  • Explain how the demographics of a community influence management decisions and priorities

  • Identify health and safety issues associated with residents who are aging in place and provide appropriate support to those residents and their families

  • Apply best practices for managing lifestyle programs

Who Should Take This Course?

  • Experienced community managers who want to expand their job opportunities by having specialized knowledge about managing active adult communities

  • Management company executives who supervise large scale community managers

  • Active adult community recreation directors, lifestyle directors or other applicable support staff

Prerequisites:   None

Continuing Education Units (CEUs):   4

Course Length:   4 hours

Course Fee: 

Online Offering
Member $169
Non-Member $243



   April 10, 2018

   October 2, 2018

 10:00 am - 2:00 pm

 10:00 am - 2:00 pm



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