Home Health Care is one of the fastest-growing segments of the healthcare industry and is a particularly popular field for CNAs. If the idea of caring for seniors and others in a home setting appeals to you, read more about this exciting niche in nursing in this popular section of our site.
Home Health Care
Home Health Aide training usually consists of at least the federal minimum of 75 hours of combined coursework and hands-on instruction, but may be slightly more depending upon regulations in your state. Regardless of the total number of hours required to complete a training program, however, the same basic material is usually covered in all home health aide classes. In today’s post, we’ll take a look at exactly what you will learn while pursuing HHA certification, and how much time you should expect to devote to each area of study. About Home Health Aide Training Programs Before we get into […] Read More →
Completing a Home Health Aide certification course is not always a prerequisite for working in home care settings. Without a professional certification, it is still possible to find a number of jobs as a Personal Care Aide. Nonetheless, there are three very good reasons why you should still strongly consider becoming certified as an HHA if you plan on working in the personal care arena. Three Reasons to Pursue Home Health Aide Certification While there are certainly many additional reasons for getting your HHA certification, we have identified what we consider to be the top three in the section […] Read More →
Review the differences and similarities between home health aides and certified nursing assistants, and find out why these are two of the fastest-growing professions in healthcare. Read More →
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