The Home Health Aide is an important member of the health care team who, under the direct supervision of a registered nurse, the HHA provides client centered nursing care in the client’s private home. The course is a 40-hour supplemental theory and clinical training program designed to prepare the CNA to become a Certified Home Health Aide. Theory classes will be held in the classroom and clinical hours will be at local skilled nursing facilities.
A Home Health Aide (HHA) assists people with their day-to-day activities such as eating and grooming. HHAs give people the freedom to live independently in their home (versus the residents being moved to a nursing home or similar). HHAs typically have a small number of clients (often only 1) who they routinely take care of.
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