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Home Health and Nursing Assistant Programs

2019 Home Health Aide Training Schedule
All classes are held in Oshkosh


January 2019

 

Classroom:

January 7th – 11th (Mon.-Fri.) 8:30am-5pm
January 14th - 18th (Mon-Fri) 8:30am-5pm

 

Clinical

January 21st – 25th (Mon-Fri) 6:00/6:30 am -2:30/3pm

 

 

 

 

To enroll in the Home Health Aide/Nursing Assistant Course please stop down at the Clarity Care Training Institute office at 415 Broad St. or across the street at our main office at 424 Washington Ave and ask the receptionist for a CNA Course registration packet to fill out.


You will also need to bring a picture ID orcurrent driver’s license. 


The registration packet will take approx. 15 min to complete. 

 

The cost of the class is $725.00 Payment can be made in the form of cash, credit or debit card and is due at the time of registration.


 

 

 

 

All students will need to have the flu vaccination shot.

(Flu vaccination required to participate at the clinical site)

 

For more information or to enroll, contact: CCTI@claritycare.org

 

 


 

 

 

Home Health Aide/Nurse Aide Certification

Home Health Aides/Nurse Aides play an important role in the provision of healthcare services, and the need for their skills is growing tremendously within the caregiving industry. Well-trained Home Health Aides/Nurss Aides have the opportunity to take advantage of many career opportunities in the Fox Valley area and beyond.


Students enrolled in Clarity Care’s Home Health Aide/Nurse Aide (HHA/NA) program will learn how to help individuals with various personal care needs, including: bathing, bathroom assistance, dressing, eating and repositioning. Aides will also learn how to check vital signs such as pulse, respirations and temperature, and record results. Other course information includes equipment knowledge and medical record keeping.


Specific training topics of focus within the HHA/NA program include:

 

Aging Disorders/Dementia

First Aid & Procedures to Alleviate Choking

Home Safety/Documentation

Introduction to the Role of HHA/NA

Mechanical Lifts/Range of Motion/Catheter Care

Nutrition/Feeding

Personal Care Skills

Recognizing & Responding to Challenging Behaviors

Resident Rights

Standard Precautions

Vital Signs/Intake and Output/Mobility Skills

 

Upon successful completion of the Clarity Care HHA/NA program, students will receive certificate which qualifies them to take the Wisconsin Nurse Aide competency exam. With successful exam results, they are qualified to work as certified nurse aides (CNAs) or home health aides (HHAs) in hospitals, nursing homes, home care and other healthcare agencies – including Clarity Care!