Home Health Aide and Homemaker Services
Home Health Aides (HHAs) and Homemakers are health care professionals who provide care to residents at the comfort of their own homes. Their duties vary from routine housekeeping to providing personal care and activities of daily living to the individual at the comfort of his or her home. Home Health Aides also work in places other than individual private homes. They work in adult day care centers, assisted living facilities, home care agencies, and self-employment.
The need for Home Health Aide and Homemaker services and their chances of employment cannot be over emphasizes due to the increased number of elderly, early hospital discharge, personal preferences, and hospice services.
The Home Health Aide and Homemaker program will cover the following topics: Orientation for Home Health Aide, Communication Skills, The Home Care Aide and Families and Individuals, Anatomy and Physiology and Related Disorders, Human Growth and Development, The Older Adult in our Society, Communicable and Infectious Disease Control, Home Safety, The Home Care Aide and The Home, Maintenance of a Clean, Safe, and Healthy Environment, Nutrition, Loss and Grief, Death and Dying, and Personal Care for Home Aide.
Tuition: Tuition for this program is $650.00. It is also estimated that an additional cost of $100.00 might be incurred for books.
Duration of the Program: This is a 75-hour bilingual program. Classes meet from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM for the duration of the program.
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