HOME HEALTH AIDE
Best American Healthcare University offers Home health aide certification training classes in riverside ca. We also have HHA programs in Ontario and Palm Springs. No need to be a CNA first. Our home health aide training course is one of the premier in the Inland Empire. We have weekend and weekday schedules. We offer HHA training for Ontario, CA residents, Rancho Cucamonga, Fontana, Upland, Pomona, Corona, Moreno Valley, Palm Springs and the whole of Inland Empire (Riverside and San Bernardino counties). Also serving Orange county and Los Angeles.
Home Health Aide Certification Classes are available for those who are not nurse assistants as well as those who are already CNAs. Weekend, Weekday, Morning and Evening classes are available.
Two Types of HHA class:
1. 120 hours for those who are not CNAs ($1500)
2. 40 hours for those who are already CNAs ($600)
See schedules below
Register for the very next class with only $300 non-refundable fee. Pay the remaining on the first day of class or simply pay in full
There are 2 ways to register:
2. In person at the school
See start dates and application deadlines below
Morning & Evening
630am-3pm m-f 3 weeks or 4pm-8pm m-th 8 weeks for 120 hours
9am-5pm m-f for 40 hours
Best Package Offer
10 Sundays, (2pm-6pm for 40 hour), (6am-8pm for 120 hour)
Best for General Upkeep
Best for Busy Homes
A Home Health Aide is an essential member of a healthcare team. Under the supervision of a licensed nurse, they may bathe, dress, feed, mobilize and transport people; obtain temperature, pulse and blood pressure measurements; and report observations and reactions. Other duties may include preparation of equipment, care of the patient's room and record keeping. The home Health Aide functions as a home maker for the clients helping the client live in the comfort of their own homes while they are rehabilitating.
At the conclusion of the Home Health Aide program, the student sits for a completion exam at the school. If successful, student will receive their state certificate within few weeks from the California Department of Public health.
There are two types of home health aide programs:
1. 40 hours for individuals who are already Certified Nurse Assistants ($600)
2. 120 hours for individuals who are not Certified Nurse Assistants ($1500)
WE OFFER CLASSES EVERY MONTH. NO NEED FOR LONG WAITS.
The Home Health Aide program consists of theory hours and hours of clinical experience in a skilled nursing facility. The course is conducted during weekdays, Monday- through Friday for one week for the 40 hour program and 4 weeks for the 120 hour program. Time is 9am to 5:30pm for theory days and 6:30 to 3:30pm for clinical days . We also have Evening and Sunday classes for the Home Health Aides.
Program Admission Requirements
Successful Nurse Assistant Training program in California (Required only for the 40 hours program)
Physical Examination Form and TB Test (both within the last 60 days)
16 years of age
Clear Criminal background
Placement on the California Home Health Aide Registry (if student successfully passes the final test)
Provides safe care to a diverse client population and meets physical and psychosocial client needs.
Effectively uses verbal, nonverbal and written communication skills to communicate with all clients and families, document client information and communicate with members of the home health agency team.
Works cooperatively in a team environment.
Demonstrates ethical/legal behavior by functioning under the direct supervision of a designated health care professional.
Displays professional behavior and is accountable for his/her own actions.
Caregiver Background Check: Must meet guidelines established by California statutes regarding aide and technician background check information in order to be eligible for state certification.
The student will find the Home health Aide program to be a very rewarding experience. In addition to attending to the personal needs of adult and geriatric clients, he/she will also learn how to carry out their personal plans of care as they relate to their safety, comfort, nutrition and elimination needs, psychosocial well-being, basic restorative care, adaptations for the home environment and hospice care. Focus will be on the special needs of the elderly at home.