Nurse Training Videos & Courses
This program addresses common issues that caregivers in a home health setting will face in treating a patient with 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.
A thorough physical assessment is necessary for all clients whether in long term care, acute care or home health. Our focus is to take the professional through a comprehensive physical assessment, divided into upper body and lower body components. Includes proper documentation guidelines.
3 CE Contact Hours
Learning Guide Included
All teachers and child care providers should be trained in this important topic as exposure to bodily fluids is common place and first aid is a normal function of providers when children get minor scrapes and small injuries. It’s extremely important to understand the basics of bloodborne pathogens for the protection of both providers and children.