HSM 4682/6682

About This Course

Long-term care organizations provide housing, services, and supports to older adults and others with complex medical and health care needs. Part health care facility and part home, skilled nursing facilities need administrators with a core understanding of gerontology and geriatrics. This course is designed to provide an overview of the biological, psychological, and sociological aspects of aging and, in turn, how long-term care responds to needs through services and supports. This course meets national and state requirements for licensure as a nursing home administrator.

Prerequisites: None.


Christina Cauble
Christina Cauble

"I value honesty and integrity above all else. You can make up for a lot of things, but as a leader if you don't lead with honesty and integrity, you cannot expect many people to follow you."

Christina Cauble, LNHA, HSE, is an enthusiastic participant in the aging services field as a business leader with an emphasis on retirement communities, nursing care, assisted living, and aging services in both nonprofit and for-profit sectors. Christina’s strengths include development and implementation of strategic business plans, human resource and financial management, and creating growth in profits. She is currently the geriatric education specialist at the U of M Medical School. She has held leadership positions with a number of health care communities, including Ecumen, Ebenezer, and one of Minnesota’s largest nursing care facilities, Southview Acres Health Care Center.

Christina has an MBA in business administration from Augsburg University and a BA in health care administration and Spanish from Concordia College. She teaches:

  • HSM 4682/6682 – Long Term Care, Services, and Supports

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