Home Health Aide Training Program

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This training course is designed to meet the challenges facing home health employers and training schools, you have complete program control with strong behind-the-scenes support from the Institute for Professional Care Education.

Full support material provided including:

  • How To Help Someone Who Uses A Wheelchair
  • Infection Control And Bloodborne Pathogens
  • How To Assist With Medications
  • Personal Care
  • Fire Safety
  • Fall Prevention
  • Alzheimer’s Early To Mid Stage
  • Alzheimer’s Mid To Late Stage
  • Aphasia
  • Elder Abuse
  • Cultural Competence
  • Vital Signs
  • Communication Skills
  • Observation, Reporting And Documentation
  • Introduction To Home Care
  • Ethical And Legal Behavior
  • Nutrition And Meal Preparation For Older Adults
  • Medical Emergencies And Emergency Preparedness
  • Essential Bedrest Skills

Program Materials Include:

  • Administrator Manual For Program Management
  • Detailed Instructor Manual
  • Support Material, Handouts, Tests And More
  • 11 Copies Of Quick Tips For Caregivers Textbook
  • 11 Copies Of Quick Tips For Caregivers Workbook
Course Information:
  • Training Materials and DVDs
  • 75 Credit Hours
  • Designed to Meet the Challenges Facing Home Health Employers and Training Schools
  • Program Is Compliant with the Federal Requirement for 75 Hours of Initial HHA Training

Program is compliant with the federal requirement for 75 hours of initial HHA training. It includes 59 hours of classroom training and provides an instructor guide to assist with the 16 hours of required skills training.

The training of home health aides and the supervision of home health aides during the supervised practical portion of the training must be performed by or under the general supervision of a registered nurse who possesses a minimum of 2 years of nursing experience, at least 1 year of which must be in the provision of home health care.

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