Continuing Medical Education
Life Care Planning Certificate
The College of Rehabilitation Sciences offers a graduate certificate designed for professionals with a minimum of a bachelor’s degree, seeking to develop or contribute to a Life Care Plan (LCP) through an improved understanding of the purpose, content, process of development, and utilization of the LCP.
What is a Life Care Plan?
According to ICHCC, "a Life Care Plan (LCP) is a comprehensive document that chronicles the medical and rehabilitative histories of a person who has chronic health care needs and/or who has experienced some form of trauma that has altered the individual’s functional capabilities regarding activities of daily living and/or the essential functions of work where applicable.
Upon completion, participants will have completed the pre-training hours required to pursue the Certified Life Care Planner (CLCP) credential through the International Commission on Health Care Certification (ICHCC). Jefferson's online application allows candidates to submit all required application material directly to the application platform.