What do Home Health Aides do?
Home Health Aides (HHAs) assist individuals with disabilities, chronic illnesses, or other limitations in the monitoring of their health on a day-to-day basis. Duties may include helping with medication, monitoring vital signs, changing any necessary bandages, and seeing to other minor medical needs. You may also be asked to tend to the patient’s personal needs such as bathing, meals, and bathroom visits.
Why do I need a Home Health Aide Certificate?
Although different states may have slightly different requirements, formal training is required before your hire when a company such as Sully Home Care accepts clients with Medicare and Medicaid.
Sully Home Care Home Health Aide Program
If interested in starting a career in healthcare, consider pursuing The Sully Home Care Home Health Aide Program that will give you an opportunity to make a positive impact.
A 75-hour program conducted by our professional instructors is all you need to become a Certified Home Health Aide. Our training course satisfies all federal and state requirements and will allow you to work. Classes will occur on a monthly schedule with day and evening slots. After successful completion, you will receive your HHA certification and assistance with job placement.
In order to enroll, you may be asked to complete a physical examination, blood tests, and a background check.
For more information or to register, contact Sully Home Care at 508-510-6963 or register from the form below.
Make a Difference in The Lives of Others. Be a Caregiver.
As a Sully Home Care Caregiver, You Can Make All the Difference! Caregivers go by a variety of names, such as home care aides, home caretakers, and home health assistants. Whatever the name, Sully Home Care caregivers provide the right care, right at home.