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|Course ID||Course Name||Class Room||Time|
|1011||Home Health Aide||Riverside Campus||9am - 5:30pm / 6:30 - 3:30pm|
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 leave 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:
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 3 weeks for the 120 hour program.
Program Admission Requirements: