Home Health Aide (HHA)
Through this program you will learn:
The Home Health Aide Program (75 clock hour) focuses on the theory and laboratory skills that are part of the role of an HHA professional. Students are prepared in the following areas: verbal and written communications, domestic violence, ethical standards, maintaining a clean and healthy environment, personal care procedures, as well as CPR and HIV/OSHA certification. Students have 17 hour of lab to practice, demonstrate and perform procedures associated with bedside client care. Upon completion of the program, the student will receive a diploma. The student may be working as Home Health Aide as soon as the Diploma is received.
- Verbal and Written communication
- Legal and Ethical responsabilities
- Physical comfort and safety functions
- Principles of Nutrition
- Principles of Infection Control
- Home Health Care Laboratory & Services
- HIV/AIDS Education
- Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
The school reserves the right to open, cancel or postpone a class or program for any reason, including insufficient number of students enrolled in any course or program.
Duration: 75 clock hour
Classes start every month.
Upon successful completion of this program, the School will assist each graduate with job placement; however, the School does not guarantee