Developmental Services Worker Colleges and Programs

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This educational program is designed to prepare students to apply practical knowledge and skills to support individuals with various mental, physical, or developmental disabilities in a family or community setting. This program includes in depth instruction in health care, pharmacology, basic nutrition, nursing, mental health, autism, sociology, psychology, communication, behavioral analysis, counseling and community services, intervention, and developmental services, such as literacy and life skills training.

The list below includes regionally and/or nationally accredited Developmental Services Worker schools, colleges and universities.


Western Technical College

9451 Diana Drive, El Paso, TX 79924

Phone Number:(915) 566-9621
Website:www.westerntech.edu
School Type:2-year private for-profit
Awards Offered:1-year certificate
2-year certificate
Associate’s degree
4-year certificate
Campus setting:Large city
Campus housing:Yes
Student Population:831 (831 undergraduate)
Student-to-faculty Ratio:21 to 1
Admissions:www.westerntech.edu
Financial Aid:www.westerntech.edu
Online Application:www.westerntech.edu

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