Why You Need a Certified Senior Advisor
Certified Senior Advisor (CSA)® credentials are awarded to professionals that have shown a commitment to a comprehensive understanding of the health, financial, and social issues of seniors. CSA is the leading certification for professionals seeking to supplement their knowledge and adjust to the rapidly changing aging population by understanding the many aspects of aging. Earning the CSA certification requires individuals to pass a rigorous exam, uphold the highest ethical standards, and complete recertification continuing education requirements.
With this knowledge, CSAs are thoroughly prepared to help seniors make decisions with the appropriate level of informed consent. They are also trained to recommend the most suitable products and services for each individual’s situation and serve as a credible source of information for seniors. CSAs build their knowledge through continuing education and maintaining a strong network of strategic partnerships that act in a unified approach to benefit the seniors they serve.
Mark Rosney, President of ALLWAYS Home Care, has been awarded the Certification of CSA by the Society of Certified Senior Advisors. Mark takes a very participative role in the delivery of care for each ALLWAYS Home Care client by conducting new client assessments, interacting on a frequent basis with each client and their family, and overseeing the recruitment and training for every ALLWAYS Home Care caregiver. Click here for more information about ALLWAYS Home Care.
CSA Disclosure Statement
Certified Senior Advisors (CSA) have supplemented their individual professional licenses, credentials and education with knowledge about aging and working with seniors. The CSA designation alone does not imply expertise in financial, health or social matters. For more information about the Society of Certified Senior Advisors (SCSA) and Certified Senior Advisor certification, visit the SCSA website at: http://www.csa.us/http://www.allwayshomecare.org/need-certified-senior-advisor/Resources