Home Health Aide Training Videos
This program addresses common issues that caregivers in a home health setting will face in treating a patient with Alzheimer's.
This comprehensive 4-hour course teaches a variety of tools and behaviors for communicating effectively with people who have Alzheimer's. When home care professionals and primary caregivers understand more about the Alzheimer's disease and how to communicate effectively, it makes it easier for them to relate to people who have Alzheimer's.
This training program meets the requirements for paid in-home caregivers. Enacted as an amendment to the Arkansas Public Health and Welfare Code, Arkansas Act 1410 mandates that all In-Home Assistants must receive a minimum of 40 hours of training as a condition of employment. Sixteen hours of that training must be hands-on skills training.