We know what experienced adults want and need in a college education—and we deliver it.Going back to school full or part-time may be challenging for adults who have work, family, and financial obligations. A schedule designed for you with programs that offer: eight-week sessions, weekend, evening and online classes, cohort programs, and/or five admissions points every year. We offer year-round bachelor's, master's and doctoral degree programs with day, evening and weekend course options at more than seven locations across the state.This includes adults who live independently as well as those living in facilities such as developmentally disabled and aged.The program serves vulnerable adults which means any person 18 years of age or older who is unable to manage and take care of himself or his property without assistance as a result of advanced age or physical or mental disability.: The reckless or intentional act taken by any person, or any use of the power of attorney, conservatorship or guardianship of vulnerable adult, to obtain control through deception, harassment, intimidation or undue influence over the vulnerable adult's money, assets or property with the intention of depriving the vulnerable adult of those assets, or to intentionally misuse the principal's property and, in doing so, adversely affect the principal's ability to receive healthcare or pay bills for basic needs or obligations.: The communication by word or act to a vulnerable adult that he, his family, friends or pets will be deprived of food, shelter, clothing, supervision, prescribed medication, physical or mental health care and other medical care necessary to maintain a vulnerable adults health, financial support or will suffer physical violence.: Depriving a vulnerable adult of the minimum food, shelter, clothing, supervision, physical and mental health care, and other care necessary to maintain life or health, or which may result in a life-threatening situation.: When a vulnerable adult is unable, due to physical or mental disability, or refuses to perform essential self-care tasks, including providing essential food, clothing, shelter, or medical care, obtaining physical or mental health care, emotional well-being and general safety, or managing financial affairs.
The goal of adult protective services is to ensure that safety and basic needs are being met in the least restrictive environment. These services are provided or arranged for a vulnerable adult/elder who is eligible for protective services by definition.
You must be at least 18-years old or the age of majority where you live (whichever is greater) and agree to all of the terms below before continuing.
If you do not agree to any of the following, please leave this Website immediately.
Sexual abuse means sexual contact including, but not limited to, unwanted touching, all types of sexual assault or battery as defined in W. 6-2-302 through 6-2-304, sexual exploitation and sexual photographing.
Anyone who has a reasonable suspicion or knowledge that an adult is being abused, abandoned, exploited, neglected, intimidated or is self-neglecting should make a report to the Department of Family Services or law enforcement.