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Per the Board of Labor Statistics the number of home health aides as the employment of home health aides is projected to grow 38 percent from 2014 to 2024, much faster than the average for all occupations. As the baby-boom population ages and the elderly population grows, there is an increased demand for the services home health aides provide. As of August 2016 the average salary range in Florida is $16,982 -$30, 857 a year.
Home Health Aide Training Class 40 hours:
This class is taught independently for those that wish to work for Private Duty Home Health Agencies or a Nurse Registry.
After finishing this course, you will be eligible to work as a resident aide at certain Assisted Living Facilities that are NOT MEDICARE FUNDED.
For those that want to work for a Medicare or Medicaid Agency, the student must complete a minimum of 75 hours of training.
Each student will receive a certificate of completion. Florida does not license or certify Home Health Aides.
There is no central state registry for home health aides in the state of Florida. If you misplaced your home health aide certificate, you will need to contact the school receive a replacement. We will keep records up to 5 years of completion.
The course covers the following: CPR & First Aid, Alzheimer's disease and related disorders, HIV/ AIDS, in addition to the state requirements under the Aspen Regulations for Florida Home Health Agencies.
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Home Health Aide (HHA) work under the supervision of an Administrator or Director of Nursing. The aide is part of an interdisciplinary team that provides care for those suffering from chronic conditions, disabilities and/ or illness. The HHA is responsible for following the plan of care that was created by their supervisor. The goal of a HHA is to assist the client to remain as independent as possible, in the comfort of their home environment. Tasks performed by a HHA are: light housekeeping, meal preparation, companionship, transportation, observation and recording, measurement of vital signs, assisting or performing the activities of daily living, and function as a liaison between the patient/resident/client and the home care agency. The home health aide is the "eyes and ears" for the rest of the team.
The aide interacts with the client/resident/client most frequently, whether it is one visit a week or daily. HHA's are a great asset to any home care agency. For those of you who desire to make an impact on people that are sick, disabled and/or elderly this could be the perfect career choice.
Per the Board of Labor Statistics the number of home health aides as the employment of home health aides is projected to grow 38 percent from 2014 to 2024, much faster than the average for all occupations. As the baby-boom population ages and the elderly population grows, there is an increased demand for the services home health aides provide.
There are no formal education requirements for home health aides, but most aides have at least a high school diploma or high school equivalent. Home health aides working in certified home health or hospice agencies must complete formal training and pass a standardized test. The state of Florida does not certify or license Home Health Aides.
Many Home Care Agencies require HHA's to pass the competency exam prior to employment.
Some Home Health Agencies allow HHA's to Assist with Self Administration of Medication-this course is not necessarily included in HHA training.
HHA's that are employed by agencies with CHAP (Community Healthcare Accreditation Program) must complete 12 in-service trainings a year.
All applicants for initial licensure are required to submit fingerprints via Livescan for a Level II background screening.
A Level 2 background screening is a state and national background check conducted pursuant to Chapter 435, F.S. for employment Applicants who are fingerprinted after January 1, 2013 will have their prints retained by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.
The applicants must receive eligible status through the clearing house.
The difference between a Nurse (RN) and the other healthcare professionals is the amount of education and experience hours required:
60 Credit Hours
2-3 Year's Program
120 credit hours
4 year Program
The NCLEX-RN must be passed prior to eligibility- you become a licensed professional through your state board.
License # 5682
Commission for Independent Education
Department of Health Division
of Medical Quality Assurance
Certified Nursing Assistant Program # CNAP 1491
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