Home Health Aide

Course ID
HHA100
Program
Diploma
Instructor
Ms. Perez
Credits
5
Program Length
6 weeks
Languages
English or Spanish*

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Program Description

This 6 week program (only 2 days a week) is designed to prepare students for employment as entry level Home Health Aide, or Home Maker for Private Patients, in a home health agency, and as independent contractors. Upon successful completion students will earn a Home Health Aide diploma as well as be eligible to challenge the Certified Nursing Assistant Exam administered by Florida Nursing Board.

Home Health Aides help elderly, convalescent, or disabled persons live in their own homes instead of in a health care facility. Under the direction of nursing or medical staff, they provide health-related services, such as assisting with oral medications. Like nursing aides, home health aides may check patients’ pulse rate, temperature, and respiration rate; help with simple prescribed exercises; keep patients’ rooms neat; and help patients to move from bed, bathe, dress and groom.

Students undergo 90 classroom/skills hours, the Certified Nursing Assistant test preparation course and CPR with AED for adult, child and infant. In addition, required continuing education classes are included covering AIDS/HIV Awareness, Alzheimer’s, Assistance with Medications, Domestic Violence, First Aid and Blood Borne Pathogens (OSHA).

With a No Waiting List and No Prerequisite Course requirements, you could be on your way to a career as a HHA in as few as 6 weeks.

Request more information now and experience a program that can help you achieve your goals.

  • Course plan customized to meets the needs of the busy adult
  • Day and evening classes
  • Support and financial aid planning
  • No obligation information!
Did you know?

We meet individual student needs by offering the Home Health Aide course in both English and Spanish*.

Program Objectives

The Home Health Aide program at the American Health Institute is a diploma bearing program that coordinates academic study with clinical experience. This field is an opportunity to improve the quality of life for those in need through hands-on care and contact and can be a rewarding field of work.

    • Be prepared to contribute to the health industry and the hands-on health and comfort of clients.

 

    • Study through supervised instruction by professionals and leaders and learn by practical experience.

 

    • Home Health Aides make a remarkable difference in the lives of the sick, disabled and elderly by giving those in need the opportunity of a higher level of care.

 

    • Experience the benefits of improving the quality of life for those in need.

 

    • If you want a career that offers the satisfaction of helping people, the ability to earn a good living and a work environment that is positive and exciting then look no more.

 

  • Be prepared with the tools you’ll need to for the Home Health Aide diploma.

Program Course List

ID Course Name Unit Credit Clock Hours
HC0031 Fundamentals of Allied Health Occupations 5.0 90.0

Program Completion – 6 Weeks
29% Complete (success)

Our Grads Achieve Career Success

Graduates and staff from the American Health Institute are working with leading employers and associations, including:

All Women’s Midwifery and Health Care
Brooksville Health Care
Cancer Care Center of Florida
Davita Dialysis
Excel Medical Imaging
Good Samaritan Health Clinic of Pasco
Hernando County Health Department

Holiday Heart and Vascular
Pasco Regional Medical Center
Peninsula Care and Rehab
Spring Hill Regional Hospital
Southern Pines Healthcare Center
West Coast Medical

* Learn more for important gainful employment disclosures regarding the information shown above.

Additional Program Information

A grade of “Pass” in the clinical/lab portion must be earned in order to receive a diploma. In addition to in class clock hours the students are expected to do outside class study time as detailed in your syllabus. A grade-point average of not less than 2.0 or “C” must be achieved to receive a diploma. Only those courses that are part of the program are included in computing the program GPA for programs.

The profile of this job description can be found at http://online.onetcenter.org/crosswalk/ using codes SOC 31-1011, CIP 51.2602.

Cost and Length of Program Attendance
Length of Instruction Program Tuition
.. 6 weeks $370.00

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Request more information now and experience a program that can help you achieve your goals.

  • No High School diploma or proof of residency or citizenship needed for this program
  • Course plan customized to meets the needs of the busy adult
  • Day and evening classes
  • Support and financial aid planning
  • No obligation information!

 

* Spanish classes offered depending on availability.

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