6 hours

Arkansas Assisted Living Facilities - Level I - Direct Care Staff - Annual Continuing Education Training

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Our collection of courses for the annual continuing education training of Arkansas Assisted Living Facility (Level I) Direct Care Staff is designed to meet the requirements in Rule 016.06.04-078 - Level I and Level II Assisted Living Facilities of the Arkansas Administrative Code.

This collection contains 5 courses, totalling 6 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, professionalism and ethics, infection control, emergency response, reporting and documentation, and safe patient handling.

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15.5 hours

Arkansas Assisted Living Facilities - Level I - Direct Care Staff - Orientation Training

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Our collection of courses for the orientation training of Arkansas Assisted Living Facility (Level I) Direct Care Staff is designed to meet the requirements in Rule 016.06.04-078 - Level I and Level II Assisted Living Facilities of the Arkansas Administrative Code.

This collection contains 14 courses, totalling 15.5 hours of training, and covers a number of topics required by Arkansas state regulations including, the role of personal care staff, emergency response, the reporting of elder abuse, incident reporting, food safety, resident health, the philosophy of independent living, patients’ rights, medication assistance, an overview of HIV/AIDS, universal precautions, an introduction to dementia care, communication, and a review of the aging process.

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8 hours

Arkansas Assisted Living Facilities - Level II - Direct Care Staff - Annual Continuing Education Training

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Our collection of courses for the orientation training of Arkansas Assisted Living Facility (Level II) Direct Care Staff is designed to meet the requirements in Section 504.4 - 504.6 of Arkansas’ Rules for Assisted Living Facilities Level II.

This collection contains 7 courses, totalling 8 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, professionalism and ethics, infection control, emergency response, reporting and documentation, and safe patient handling. Two additional hours of dementia-specific training cover communications strategies in dementia care, and activities for older adults with dementia.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an effective, and engaging, annual continuing education training program for your Arkansas Assisted Living Facility (Level II) Direct Care Staff team. Hide

18.5 hours

Arkansas Assisted Living Facilities - Level II - Direct Care Staff - Orientation Training

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Our collection of courses for the orientation training of Arkansas Assisted Living Facility (Level II) Direct Care Staff is designed to meet the requirements in Section 504.4 - 504.6 of Arkansas’ Rules for Assisted Living Facilities Level II.

This collection contains 17 courses, totalling 18.5 hours of training, including 4 hours of dementia-specific training, and covers a number of topics required by Arkansas state regulations including, the role of personal care staff, emergency response, the reporting of elder abuse, incident reporting, food safety, resident health, the philosophy of independent living, patients’ rights, medication assistance, an overview of HIV/AIDS, universal precautions, communication, and a review of the aging process. Additionally, four hours of dementia care training include an introduction to dementia care, person centered dementia care, assisting older adults with dementia with bathing and personal care, and a course on managing challenging behaviors in dementia.

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12 hours

Arkansas In Home Assistant - Annual In Service Training

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Our collection of courses for the annual training of Arkansas In Home Care Assistants contains 11 courses, totalling 12 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, person centered care, patients’ rights, emergency response, infection control, the reporting of elder abuse, incident reporting, home management, behavioral supports, and more advanced dementia care training.

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24.5 hours

Arkansas In-Home Assistant - Initial Training

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Our collection of courses for the initial training of Arkansas In-Home Assistants is designed to meet the requirements in Section 20-77-2303 - Training requirement of the Arkansas Administrative Code.

Arkansas requires a minimum of 40 hours of training for In-Home Assistant training, including at least 24 hours classroom training and a minimum of 16 hours of supervised practical training. This collection contains 22 courses, totalling 24.5 hours of training, and covers a number of topics required by Arkansas state regulations including, the role of personal care staff, ethics, patients’ rights, communication, emergency response, infection control, assistance with ADLs and iADLs, oral care, safety and falls prevention, nutrition and hydration, basic housekeeping skills, ambulation and safe transfers, normal range of motion, reporting and documentation, and four hours of dementia care training including, an introduction to dementia care, communication strategies, managing challenging behaviors, and assisting dementia patients with ADLs.

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12 hours

Arkansas Personal Care Aide - Annual In Service Training

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Our collection of courses for the annual training of Arkansas Personal Care Aides is designed to meet the requirements in Rule 007.05.20-003 - Rules For Home and Health Agencies in Arkansas of the Arkansas Administrative Code.

This collection contains 11 courses, totalling 12 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, person centered care, patients’ rights, emergency response, infection control, the reporting of elder abuse, incident reporting, home management, behavioral supports, and more advanced dementia care training.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an effective, and engaging, annual training program for your Arkansas Personal Care Aide team. Hide

24 hours

Arkansas Personal Care Aide - Initial Training

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Our collection of courses for the initial training of Arkansas Personal Care Aides is designed to meet the requirements in Rule 007.05.20-003 - Rules For Home and Health Agencies in Arkansas of the Arkansas Administrative Code.

Arkansas requires a minimum of 40 hours of training for Personal Care Aide training, including at least 24 hours classroom training and a minimum of 16 hours of supervised practical training. This collection contains 21 courses, totalling 24 hours of training, and covers a number of topics required by Arkansas state regulations including,, the role of personal care staff, ethics, patients’ rights, communication, an introduction to dementia care, emergency response, infection control, assistance with ADLs and iADLs, oral care, safety and falls prevention, the reporting of elder abuse, nutrition and hydration, basic housekeeping skills, ambulation and safe transfers, normal range of motion, and reporting and documentation.

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5.5 hours

California Home Care Aide - Annual Training

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Our collection of courses for the annual training of California Home Care Aides is designed to meet the requirements stated in Section 1796.44 - Training requirements of the California Health and Safety Code.

This collection contains 5 courses, totalling 5.5 hours of training as required by California state regulations, and covers a number of topics including, clients’ rights, safety and emergencies, the reporting of elder abuse, and assisting with the daily needs of the client.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an engaging annual training program for your California-based Home Care Aides. Hide

5.5 hours

California Home Care Aide - Orientation Training

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Our collection of courses for the orientation training of California Home Care Aides is designed to meet the requirements stated in Section 1796.44 - Training requirements of the California Health and Safety Code.

This collection contains 5 courses, totalling 5.5 hours of training as required by California state regulations, and covers a number of topics including, providing care in a client’s home, professionalism, confidentiality, infection control, and safety and emergencies.

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20 hours

California Residential Care Facilities for the Elderly (RCFE) - Direct Care Staff - Annual Training

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Our collection of courses for the annual training of California Residential Care Facility Staff aligns with the requirements stated in Section 1569.625 - Training requirements, Section 1569.626 - Training requirements for direct care staff caring for persons with dementia, and Section 1569.696 - Training regarding postural supports, restricted conditions or health services, and hospice care of the California Health and Safety Code.

This collection contains 19 courses, totalling 20 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, confidentiality, responding to and reporting elder abuse, person centered planning, methods of assisting patients to achieve maximum self-reliance, body mechanics, falls prevention, infection control, emergency response, incident reporting, the philosophy of hospice care, the emotional problems of terminal illness, and final care of the dying person. Eight hours of dementia training include, gentle approach to dementia care, communication strategies in dementia care, managing challenging behaviors in dementia, and reducing safety risks for clients with Alzheimer's Disease, an overview of Parkinson’s Disease and Huntington’s Disease dementia, and dementia palliation.

This collection can be used as is, or customized for your facility with any of our other courses, to create an engaging, and effective, annual training program for your Direct Care Staff. Hide

40.5 hours

California Residential Care Facilities for the Elderly (RCFE) - Direct Care Staff - Initial Training

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Our collection of courses for the initial training of California Residential Care Facility Staff aligns with the requirements stated in Section 1569.625 - Training requirements, Section 1569.626 - Training requirements for direct care staff caring for persons with dementia, and Section 1569.696 - Training regarding postural supports, restricted conditions or health services, and hospice care of the California Health and Safety Code.

This collection contains 37 courses, totalling 40.5 hours of training, and is broken into two sections of 20 hours each. The first section, which must be completed before working independently with residents, covers topics including, the physical limitations and needs of the elderly, assisting with ADLs and iADLs, residents’ rights, medication self-administration, the psychosocial needs of the elderly, emergency response and fire safety, infection control, diversity, inclusion and cultural competence, the philosophy of hospice care, the emotional problems of terminal illness, and final care of the dying person. Six hours of dementia-specific training provide a foundation in dementia care and include, an introduction to dementia care, person centered dementia care, understanding dementia, communication strategies in dementia care, managing challenging behaviors in dementia, and reducing safety risks for clients with Alzheimer's Disease.

The second section, which should be completed within 4 weeks of employment, covers topics including, the role of personal care staff, professionalism, the reporting of elder abuse, communication, observation and reporting, measuring vital signs, incident reporting, nutrition and hydration, range of motion, ambulation and transfers, safe patient handling, behavioral supports, and pain management. Six additional hours of dementia-specific training include, the science of dementia, the psychological, social, and physical needs of people with dementia, activities for older adults with dementia, dementia inclusive communities, dementia palliation, and assisting older adults with dementia with bathing and personal care.

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10.5 hours

Colorado Adult Day Services Direct Care Staff - Annual Training

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Our collection of courses for the annual training of Adult Day Services Direct Care Staff Members in the state of Colorado. This collection contains both recommended annual training courses, and two hours of dementia care continuing education, required every two years. See 0 CCR 2505-108.491.4.J (5) - Dementia Training: Continuing Education (see page 251)

This collection contains 9 courses, totalling 10.5 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, the needs of the participants served, communication, infection prevention and control, accident prevention, incident reporting, emergency procedures, communication strategies in dementia care, and managing challenging behaviors in dementia.

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16.5 hours

Colorado Adult Day Services Direct Care Staff - Initial Training

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Our collection of courses for the initial training of Adult Day Services Direct Care Staff Members in the state of Colorado. This collection is designed to meet the updated requirements in 10 CCR 2505-108.491.4.I - Training Requirements (see page 249), including the updated Dementia training requirements contained in 10 CCR 2505-108.491.4.J - Dementia Training Requirements), (see page 250).

This collection contains 14 courses, totalling 16.5 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, the needs of the participants served, infection prevention and control, accident prevention, documentation and incident reporting, and emergency procedures. Additionally, five dementia topics are covered including, an overview of dementia, person-centered dementia care, communication strategies in dementia care, activities for adults with dementia, and managing challenging behaviors in dementia care. Please note, we do not provide medication administration training.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an efficient and informative initial training program for your Colorado-based Direct Care Staff team. Hide

10 hours

Colorado Assisted Living Staff - Annual Training

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Our collection of courses for the annual training of Assisted Living Facility Staff & Volunteers in Colorado. This collection contains courses we recommend for annual Assisted Living Staff training. The 2 hours of dementia training is designed to meet the updated dementia training requirements in 6 Colorado Regs. § 1011-1 Chapter 07, Part 7.9(C)(5) - Dementia Training: Continuing Education effective January 1, 2024.

This collection contains 8 courses, totalling 10 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, residents’ rights, infection control, emergency procedures, the reporting of elder abuse, and incident reporting. Two hours of dementia training provides instruction on the psychological, social and physical needs of individuals with dementia, and insights into managing challenging behaviors in individuals with dementia.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an effective and informative annual training program for your Colorado-based Assisted Living staff. Hide

20.5 hours

Colorado Assisted Living Staff - Orientation Training

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Our collection of courses for initial training of Assisted Living Facility Staff & Volunteers in Colorado. This collection is designed to meet the updated requirements in 6 Colorado Regs. § 1011-1 Chapter 07, Part 7 - Personnel effective March 14, 2024. This collection also includes 4 hours of dementia-specific courses that align with the requirements of Section 7.9 (B), which establish dementia training requirements for Assisted Living Staff effective January 1, 2024.

This collection contains 19 courses, totalling 20.5 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, the role of direct care staff, observation, reporting, and documentation, infection control, emergency response, basic first aid, incident reporting, residents’ rights, professionalism and communication in the healthcare team, behavioral supports, effective communication, falls prevention, safe transfers, food safety, and an overview of hospice care. Four hours of included dementia care training provides an introduction to dementia care, and instruction on person-centered dementia care, effective communication with individuals with dementia, and assisting with bathing and personal care for individuals with dementia.

This collection can be used as is, or customized with any of our other courses to create an effective, and informative initial training program for your Colorado-based Assisted Living staff. Hide

4.5 hours

Colorado Homemaker - Annual Training

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Our collection of courses for annual training of Homemakers in the state of Colorado. This collection is designed to meet the updated requirements in 6 CCR 1011-1 Chapter 26 - Section 7.3 (C) - Homemaker training.

This collection contains 4 courses, totalling 4.5 hours of training, and covers four topics including, incident and mandatory reporting, consumer rights, and infection prevention and control.

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11 hours

Colorado Homemaker - Initial Training

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Our collection of courses for initial training of Homemakers in the state of Colorado. This collection is designed to meet the updated requirements in 6 CCR 1011-1 Chapter 26 - Section 7.3 (C) - Homemaker training. This collection is meant to be stackable with our Personal Care Worker Initial Training collection.

This collection contains 10 courses, totalling 11 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, incident and mandatory reporting, consumer rights, home safety, infection prevention and control, communication, basic housekeeping, meal preparation, and the physical, emotional, and developmental needs of and methods to work with the populations served by the agency.

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7 hours

Colorado Personal Care Worker - Annual Training

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Our collection of courses for annual training of Personal Care Workers (Class B) in the state of Colorado. This collection is designed to meet the updated requirements in 6 CCR 1011-1 Chapter 26 - Section 7.4 (C) - Personal care worker training.

This collection contains 6 courses, totalling 7 hours of training, and covers six topics including, consumer self-determination, reporting of elder abuse, emergency procedures, infection prevention and control, basic first aid, and incident reporting.

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12 hours

Colorado Personal Care Worker - Initial Training

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Our collection of courses for initial training of Personal Care Workers (Class B) in the state of Colorado. This collection is designed to meet the updated requirements in 6 CCR 1011-1 Chapter 26 - Section 7.4 (C) - Personal care worker training. This collection is meant to be stackable with our Homemaker Initial Training collection.

This collection contains 10 courses, totalling 12 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, assistance with ADLs and iADLs, reporting, the use of adaptive equipment, infection control, and emergency procedures.

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12 hours

Connecticut Homemaker and Home Health Aide Services Staff - Annual Training

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Our recommended collection of courses for the annual training of Connecticut Homemaker - Home Health Aide Services Staff contains 11 courses, totalling 12 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including person centered care, clients’ rights, communication, reporting elder abuse, assisting with iADLs, working with challenging behaviors, reporting and documentation, emergency response, incident reporting, and an introduction to dementia care.

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10 hours

Connecticut Homemaker and Home Health Aide Services Staff - Orientation Training

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Our collection of courses for the orientation training of Connecticut Homemaker - Home Health Aide Services Staff is designed to meet the requirements in Section 19-13-D69 - Services Sub-section (d)Homemaker-Home Health Aide Service (S) of the Connecticut Administrative Code.

This collection contains 9 courses, totalling 10 hours of training, and covers a number of topics required by Connecticut state regulations including, professionalism and ethics, assisting with ADLs, infection control, assisting with exercises, safe transfers, assisting with medication self-administration, basic housekeeping and meal preparation.

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16.5 hours

Delaware Adult Day Care Facility - Direct Care Staff - Annual Training

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Our collection of courses for the annual training of Delaware Adult Day Care Facility Direct Care Staff is designed to meet the requirements stated in Section 3360-13.0 - Personnel/administrative of the Delaware Administrative Code.

Additionally, for facilities that provide care to persons diagnosed with dementia, this collection includes 4 courses that align with the requirements stated in section 13.17 and include an introductory course on dementia care, strategies for communication with dementia patients, the psychological, social, and physical needs of those persons, and a course on reducing safety risks for persons with Alzheimer’s.

This collection contains 15 courses, totalling 16.5 hours of training. Twelve hours are required annually for Direct Care Staff. The remaining 4.5 hours focused on the mandatory dementia training for facilities that provide care to persons diagnosed with dementia.

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17 hours

Delaware Adult Day Care Facility - Direct Care Staff - Orientation Training

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The state of Delaware requires that an orientation/training program for Adult Day Care Facilities include at least forty (40) hours of instruction and supervised practicum. This collection of courses was designed to meet the basic criteria laid out in Section 3360-13.0 - Personnel/administrative of the Delaware Administrative Code.

This collection contains 15 courses, totalling 17 hours of instruction, covering topics stated in the regulations, including the role of personal care staff, emergency response, infection control, safe patient handling, basic first aid, nutrition, observation and reporting, communication skills, and the needs of an elderly population.

This collection can be used to supplement your existing orientation program. Additional courses from our catalog can be added to create a training program that addresses the needs of specific facilities. Hide

12 hours

Delaware Assisted Living - Resident Assistants - Annual Training

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Our collection of courses for the annual training of Delaware Assisted Living Resident Assistants is designed to meet the requirements stated in Section 3225-16.0 - Staffing of the Delaware Administrative Code.

This collection contains 10 courses, totalling 12 hours of training, and including a number of topics including, patients’ rights, emergency response, infection control, the reporting of elder abuse, effective communication, safe patient handling, incident reporting, behavioral supports, the psychological, social, and physical needs of people with dementia, and managing challenging behaviors in dementia care.

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12.5 hours

Delaware Assisted Living - Resident Assistants - Orientation Training

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Our collection of courses for the orientation training of Delaware Assisted Living Resident Assistants is designed to meet the requirements stated in Section 3225-16.0 - Staffing of the Delaware Administrative Code.

This collection contains 11 courses, totalling 12.5 hours of training, covering topics stated in the regulations, including professionalism and ethics, assisting with ADLs and iADLs, emergency response, infection control, food safety, basic first aid, an overview of the physical, emotional, and developmental characteristics of the population served, patients’ rights, the reporting of elder abuse, and an overview of hospice care.

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12 hours

Delaware Personal Assistance Services Agencies - Direct Care Worker - Annual Training

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Our recommended collection of courses for the annual training of Delaware Personal Assistance Services Agencies - Direct Care Workers.

This collection contains 11 courses, totalling 12 hours of training, and covering a number of topics including, person centered care, clients’ rights, infection control, emergency response, the reporting of elder abuse, falls prevention, incident reporting, behavioral supports, and the prevention of caregiver burnout. Two hours of dementia care training focus on person centered dementia care, and managing challenging behaviors in dementia.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an engaging and comprehensive, annual training program for your Delaware-based Personal Assistance Services Direct Care Worker team. Hide

23 hours

Delaware Personal Assistance Services Agencies - Direct Care Worker - Orientation Training

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Our collection of courses for the orientation training of Delaware Personal Assistance Services Agencies - Direct Care Workers is designed to meet the requirements stated in Section 3345-4.0 - Administration of the Delaware Administrative Code.

This collection contains 22 courses, totalling 24 hours of training, covering topics stated in the regulations, including professionalism and ethics, clients’ rights, nutrition and hydration, an overview of the population served, infection control, reporting and documentation, communication skills, body mechanics, ADLs and iADLs, an introduction to assistive technology and safe patient handling, meal preparation, an overview of the emotional and physical problems associated with illness, home safety and management, the reporting of changes in the client’s condition, and confidentiality. For agencies that provide care to persons diagnosed with dementia, this collection also includes three courses on dementia care including, communication strategies in dementia care, the psychosocial, social, and physical needs of people with dementia, and a course on reducing safety risks for people with Alzheimer's disease.

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40 hours

Florida 40 Hour Home Health Aide - Initial Training

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Our collection of courses for the initial 40 hour training of Home Health Aides in Florida is designed for agencies that train Home Health Aides for the purpose of employment with the agency, and meets the requirements stated in Section 59A-8.0095 - Personnel of the Florida Administrative Code. Additionally, this collection includes 4.5 hours of dementia-related training required by Section 430.5025 - Alzheimer's disease and related forms of dementia; education and training.

This collection contains 37 courses, totalling 40 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, communication, observation, reporting and documentation, measuring vital signs, infection control, body functions that must be reported to the nurse supervisor, maintaining a clean and safe environment, safety and emergencies, the physical, emotional, and developmental characteristics of older adults, assistance with ADLs and iADLs, safe patient handling, ambulation and transfers, range of motion and positioning, nutrition and hydration, cultural competence, meal preparation, home management and basic housekeeping, two hours of training on assisting with medication self-administration, an overview of HIV/AIDS, an overview of working with clients with diabetes, working with clients with challenging behaviors, behavioral supports, an introduction to dementia care, communication strategies in dementia care, and working with challenging behaviors in dementia care.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create a customized training program for your Florida-based Home Health Aide team. Hide

9 hours

Florida Assisted Living Facility - Direct Care Staff - Annual In Service Training

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Our collection of courses for the annual in service training of Florida Assisted Living Direct Care Staff aligns with the requirements in Section 429.52 - Staff training and educational requirements of the Florida Administrative Code. This collection also includes four hours of dementia-related training as required by Section 430.5025 - Alzheimer's disease and related forms of dementia; education and training of the Florida Administrative Code.

This collection contains 9 courses, totalling 9 hours of training, including 2 hours of medication self-administration training, and 4 hours of dementia-related training. Courses include, an overview of mental illness care, client control and the philosophy of independent living, the recognition of behaviors indicating increased distress, and two hours of medication self-administration training. Four hours of dementia-related training include, a gentle approach to dementia care, person-centered dementia care, activities for older adults with dementia, and communication strategies in dementia care.

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18 hours

Florida Assisted Living Facility - Direct Care Staff - Orientation Training

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Designed for staff who have not completed the Assisted Living Core Training, our collection of courses for the orientation training of Florida Assisted Living Direct Care Staff is designed to align with the requirements in Section 429.52 - Staff training and educational requirements of the Florida Administrative Code. This collection also includes seven hours of dementia-related training as required by Section 430.5025 - Alzheimer's disease and related forms of dementia; education and training of the Florida Administrative Code.

This collection contains 15 courses, totalling 18 hours of training – 7 hours of which are related to dementia, and covers a number of topics including, pre-service training on Residents’ Rights in Florida, and an introduction to dementia care, an overview of HIV and AIDS, working with older adults, assisting with ADLs and iADLs, infection control, emergency response, responding to and reporting elder abuse, and incident reporting. Additional dementia-related courses include, understanding dementia, the psychological, emotional, and physical needs of people with dementia, managing challenging behaviors in dementia, assisting older adults with dementia with bathing and personal care, and communication strategies in dementia care.

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12.5 hours

Florida Home Health Aide - Annual In Service Training

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Our collection of courses for the annual in service training of Home Health Aides in Florida is designed to meet the requirements stated in Section 59A-8.0095 - Personnel of the Florida Administrative Code. Additionally, this collection includes 4.5 hours of dementia-related training as required by Section 430.5025 - Alzheimer's disease and related forms of dementia; education and training.

This collection contains 11 courses, totalling 12.5 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, confidentiality, responding to and reporting elder abuse, person centered planning, infection control, safety and emergencies, pain management, and methods of assisting clients to achieve maximum self-reliance. Dementia-related training includes, a course on understanding dementia, person centered dementia care, assisting patients with dementia with bathing and personal care, and reducing safety risks for clients with Alzheimer's Disease.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an educational, and effective, annual in-service training program for your Florida-based Home Health Aide team. Hide

12.5 hours

Florida Homemaker/Companion - Annual Training

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Our collection of courses for the annual training of Homemaker/Companions in Florida, is designed to align with the description of the role in Section 59A-18.009 - Homemakers or Companions in the Florida Administrative Code. Additionally, this collection offers four hours of dementia care training as required by Section 430.5025 - Alzheimer's disease and related forms of dementia; education and training.

This collection contains 11 courses, totalling 12.5 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, confidentiality, the reporting of elder abuse, communication skills, safety and emergencies, infection control, and incident reporting. The additional four hours of dementia training include, person centered dementia care, and supporting family members of people with dementia, the psychological, social, and physical needs of people with dementia, and activities for older adults with dementia.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an education annual training program for your Florida-based Homemaker/Companion team. Hide

13 hours

Florida Homemaker/Companion - Initial Training

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Our collection of courses for orientation training of Homemaker/Companions in Florida, is designed to align with the description of the role in Section 59A-18.009 - Homemakers or Companions in the Florida Administrative Code. Additionally, this collection offers two hours of dementia care training to be completed in the first 7 months of employment, as required by Section 430.5025 - Alzheimer's disease and related forms of dementia; education and training.

This collection contains 13 courses, totalling 14 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, the role of a home caregiver, professionalism, home management and basic housekeeping skills, meal preparation and nutrition, assisting with ADLs and iADLs, infection control, reporting and documentation, and an introduction to dementia care. The additional two hours of dementia training include, communication strategies in dementia care, and a course on managing challenging behaviors in dementia.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create the ideal orientation training program for your Florida-based Homemaker/Companion team. Hide

19 hours

Florida Personal Care Aide Training Program

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Designed for nursing homes that provide a staff training program, our collection of courses for the initial training of Florida Personal Care Aides is designed to align with the classroom training requirements in Section 59A-4.1081 - Personal Care Attendant Training Program Requirements of the Florida Administrative Code. This collection also includes three hours of dementia-related training as required for nursing home staff by Section 430.5025 - Alzheimer's disease and related forms of dementia; education and training of the Florida Administrative Code.

This collection contains 17 courses, totalling 19 hours of training, and covers the topics noted in the regulations including, residents’ rights, the reporting of elder abuse, confidentiality, control of contagious and infectious diseases, emergency response measures, assisting with ADLs and iADLs, measuring vital signs, nail and skin care - including pressure sore prevention, portable oxygen use and safety, nutrition and hydration, an introduction to dementia care, and managing challenging behaviors. Three additional hours of dementia training include, the psychological, emotional, and physical needs of people with dementia, managing challenging behaviors in dementia, and assisting older adults with dementia with bathing and personal care.

This collection can be used as is, or customized with any of our other courses to create an effective, and easy to understand Personal Care Attendant Training Program. Hide

16 hours

Georgia Assisted Living Facility - Direct Care Worker - Annual Training

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Our collection of courses for the annual training of Assisted Living Facility Direct Care Workers in Georgia, is designed to meet the requirements stated in Rule 111-8-63-.09 - Workforce Qualifications, Training and Staffing of Georgia’s Rules & Regulations for Assisted Living Communities

This collection contains 15 courses, totalling 16 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, residents’ rights, basic first aid and cpr, standard precautions, emergency response, incident reporting, reporting elder abuse, and dementia care. Please note that while our Basic First Aid course does cover CPR, completion of the course does not provide a CPR or Basic First Aid certification.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an effective and engaging annual training program for your Georgia-based Assisted Living Community, Direct Care Worker team. Hide

24 hours

Georgia Assisted Living Facility - Direct Care Worker - Initial Training

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Our collection of courses for the initial training of Assisted Living Facility Direct Care Workers in Georgia, is designed to meet the requirements stated in Rule 111-8-63-.09 - Workforce Qualifications, Training and Staffing of Georgia’s Rules & Regulations for Assisted Living Communities

This collection contains 21 courses, totalling 24 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, residents’ rights, basic first aid and cpr, the characteristics of the medical and social needs of the resident population, standard precautions, caring for residents with special needs, dementia care, ambulation and transfers, nutrition, assistance with self-medication, and more. Please note that while our Basic First Aid course does cover CPR, completion of the course does not provide a CPR or Basic First Aid certification.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create the ideal initial training program for your Georgia-based Assisted Living Community, Direct Care Worker team. Hide

12 hours

Georgia Homemaker - Annual Training

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Our collection of courses for the orientation training of Homemakers in Georgia is designed to align with the duties of the Homemaker as stated in Section 306 Homemaker Service Requirements of the Georgia Administrative Code.

This collection contains 11 courses, totalling 12 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, clients’ rights, the reporting of elder abuse, confidentiality, observation, reporting and documentation, incident reporting, basic housekeeping, home management, safety and emergencies, infection control, working with clients with challenging behaviors, and a course on understanding dementia.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create a customized annual training program for your Georgia-based Homemaker team. Hide

21.5 hours

Georgia Homemaker - Orientation Training

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Our collection of courses for the orientation training of Homemakers in Georgia is designed to align with the requirements stated in Section 306 Homemaker Service Requirements of the Georgia Administrative Code.

This collection contains 20 courses, totalling 21.5 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, the reporting of elder abuse, changes in body conditions that must be reported, ethics, professionalism, clients’ rights, observation, reporting and documentation, communication, caring for clients and their families, the aging process and working with older adults, assisting with ADLs and iADLs, intellectual development disabilities, an introduction to dementia care, nutrition and hydration, meal preparation for clients, feeding clients with swallowing difficulties, basic housekeeping, home management, safety and emergencies, and infection control.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create a customized orientation training program for your Georgia-based Homemaker team. Hide

40 hours

Georgia Personal Care Assistant - 40 hours - Initial Training

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Our collection of courses for the initial training of Personal Care Assistants in Georgia, is designed to meet the requirements stated in Rule 111-8-65-.09 Administration and Organization of Georgia’s Rules & regulations for Private Home Care Providers.

This collection contains 36 courses, totalling 40 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, ambulation and transfer of clients, range of motion and positioning, assistance with ADLs and iADLs, basic first aid, caring for clients with special conditions and needs, home management, infection prevention and control, observation and reporting, measuring vital signs, proper nutrition, and dementia care. Please note that while our Basic First Aid course does cover CPR, completion of the course does not provide a CPR certification.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create the ideal initial training program for your Georgia-based Personal Care Assistant team. Hide

8 hours

Georgia Personal Care Assistant - Annual Training

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Our collection of courses for the annual training of Personal Care Assistants in Georgia, is designed to meet the requirements stated in Rule 111-8-65-.09 Administration and Organization of Georgia’s Rules & regulations for Private Home Care Providers.

This collection contains 7 courses, totalling 8 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, client’s rights, communication, observation and incident reporting, infection control, elder abuse, and person-centered dementia care.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an engaging, and educational, annual training program for your Georgia-based Personal Care Assistant team. Hide

7.5 hours

Illinois Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Services Act Training

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Equip your team with the expertise needed to provide exceptional care to individuals affected by Alzheimer's disease and related conditions with our comprehensive collection of e-learning courses. Specifically crafted to meet the state requirements of the Illinois Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Services Act, our cutting-edge curriculum empowers caregivers with the essential knowledge and skills to deliver top-tier care while ensuring compliance with regulatory standards.

Our e-learning courses encompass a diverse array of essential topics, ranging from introductory dementia care and behavioral management to bathing and toileting considerations, managing safety risks, and activities for adults suffering from dementia. Featuring interactive modules and multimedia-rich content, our training program offers an engaging and impactful learning experience that promotes practical skill application. Hide

9.5 hours

Illinois Assisted Living Facility Direct Care Staff Annual Training

Empower your direct care staff in your assisted living facility with our specialized e-learning courses designed to fulfill the state requirements for See more

Empower your direct care staff in your assisted living facility with our specialized e-learning courses designed to fulfill the state requirements for Illinois Assisted Living Facility Direct Care Staff annual Training. Our program equips your caregivers with the expertise and empathy needed to provide dignified and empathetic care to residents, all while maintaining strict adherence to Illinois' regulatory guidelines.

Our e-learning courses cover a wide range of critical topics, including resident rights, safety protocols, infection prevention, and medication management. Each course is enriched with interactive elements, engaging multimedia, and real-life scenarios, creating an immersive learning experience that fosters skill development and knowledge retention. Hide

18 hours

Illinois Assisted Living Facility Direct Care Staff Orientation Training

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Elevate the quality of care in your assisted living facility with our comprehensive collection of e-learning courses designed to meet the state requirements for Illinois Assisted Living Facilities orientation training. Our courses empower your direct care staff with the knowledge and skills needed to provide compassionate, top-tier care to residents while ensuring compliance with Illinois' regulatory standards.

Our e-learning courses cover a wide range of critical topics, including resident rights, safety protocols, effective communication, and preventing and responding to elder abuse. For care teams that serve dementia patients, we have also included four core courses related to dementia care. Each course is enriched with interactive elements, engaging multimedia, and real-life scenarios, creating an immersive learning experience that fosters skill development and knowledge retention. Hide

14 hours

Illinois Home Service Workers Annual Training

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Stay ahead of regulatory compliance and ensure the ongoing competency of your home services team with our comprehensive collection of e-learning courses tailored for Illinois’ Home Services Workers Annual Training requirements. Designed to meet the state requirements, our curriculum equips your care team with the latest knowledge and skills essential for delivering compassionate and high-quality care to clients.

Our courses cover a wide range of topics, including mandatory annual training on Infection Prevention and Control, Patients’ Rights, and Elder Abuse Prevention. We also recommend several additional courses on topics such as Falls Prevention, Basic Housekeeping and Caregiver Burnout. Hide

19 hours

Illinois Home Services Workers Orientation Training

Elevate your home services team's expertise with our comprehensive collection of e-learning courses designed to meet the Illinois state requirements f See more

Elevate your home services team's expertise with our comprehensive collection of e-learning courses designed to meet the Illinois state requirements for Home Services Workers’ Orientation Training. Our cutting-edge curriculum equips your workers with the knowledge and skills needed to provide compassionate, top-quality care to clients while ensuring strict compliance with Illinois' regulatory standards.

Our e-learning courses cover a wide range of required topics, including client rights, safety protocols, effective communication, infection control, and basic dementia care. Each course is enriched with interactive elements, engaging multimedia, and real-life scenarios, creating an immersive learning experience that fosters skill development and knowledge retention. By enrolling your home services workers in our training program, you're investing in the success of your organization. Well-trained staff leads to improved client satisfaction, enhanced caregiver morale, and a distinguished reputation within the healthcare industry. Stay ahead of compliance requirements and demonstrate your commitment to excellence in home services by selecting our comprehensive e-learning program tailored for Illinois Home Services Workers Orientation Training. Hide

9 hours

Indiana Home Caregiver Annual Training

Our recommended collection of courses for annual training of Home Care staff in Indiana. This collection contains 8 courses, totalling 9 hours of trai See more

Our recommended collection of courses for annual training of Home Care staff in Indiana. This collection contains 8 courses, totalling 9 hours of training, and covers topics including Communication, Cultural Competence, Incident Reporting, Elder Abuse, and an introduction to Dementia Care.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an engaging and informative annual training program for your Indiana-based Home Caregiver team. Hide

9 hours

Indiana Home Caregiver Initial Training

Our recommended collection of courses for initial training of Home Care staff in Indiana. This collection contains 8 courses, totalling 9 hours of tr See more

Our recommended collection of courses for initial training of Home Care staff in Indiana. This collection contains 8 courses, totalling 9 hours of training, and covers topics including Clients' Rights, Confidentiality, Assisting with Activities of Daily Living, Infection Preventiona and Control, and Safety.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create the perfect initial training program for your Indiana-based Home Caregiver team. Hide

11 hours

Indiana Residential Care Facilities Annual Training

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Our recommended collection of courses that meets the annual training requirements for Indiana Residential Care Facilities as stated in the Indiana Admin Code Section 410 IAC 16.2-5-1.4. This collection contains 10 courses, totalling 11 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including Instruction on Residents' Rights, Prevention and Control of Infection, Fire Safety, the Needs of Specialized Populations Served, Assistance with Medication, and three hours of dementia-specific training.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an engaging and informative annual training program for your Indiana-based Residential Care team. Hide

22.5 hours

Indiana Residential Care Facilities Initial Training

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Our recommended collection of courses that meets the initial training requirements for Indiana Residential Care Facilities as stated in the Indiana Admin Code Section 410 IAC 16.2-5-1.4. This collection contains 21 courses, totalling 22.5 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including Instruction on the Needs of Specialized Populations, Intellectual Development Disabilities, Confidentiality, Patient's Rights, Emergency Procedures, Basic First Aid, Infection Control, and much more. Additionally, this collection includes 6 hours of in depth dementia-specific training.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create the ideal initial training program for your Indiana-based Residential Care team. Hide

14 hours

Iowa Adult Day Services Facilities - Direct Care Staff - Annual Continuing Education Training

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Our collection of courses for the annual continuing education training of Adult Day Services Direct Care Staff in Iowa is designed to align with the requirements stated in Rule 481-67.9 - Staffing and Rule 481-70.30 - Dementia-specific education for program personnel of the Iowa Administrative Code.

This collection contains 12 courses, totalling 14 hours of training, including 2.5 hours of dementia training. The courses in this collection cover a number of topics including, confidentiality, the reporting of elder abuse, communication, person centered planning, incident reporting, infection control, emergency response, behavioral supports, safe transfers, and falls prevention. The included 2.5 hours of dementia training includes, reducing safety risks for people with Alzheimer's Disease, and the psychological, social, and physical needs of people with dementia.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an engaging, and educational, annual continuing education training program for your Iowa-based Adult Day Services Direct Care Staff team. Hide

20 hours

Iowa Adult Day Services Facilities - Direct Care Staff - Orientation Training

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Our collection of courses for the orientation training of Adult Day Services - Direct Care Staff in Iowa is designed to align with the requirements stated in Rule 481-67.9 - Staffing and Rule 481-70.30 - Dementia-specific education for program personnel of the Iowa Administrative Code.

This collection contains 18 courses, totalling 20 hours of training, including 8 hours of dementia training. The courses in this collection cover a number of topics including, residents’ rights, observation and reporting, changes in body conditions that must be reported, the reporting of elder abuse, assisting with ADLs and iADLs, infection control, emergency response, pain management, and assisting with medication self-administration. The included 8 hours of dementia-specific training includes, an introduction to dementia care, communication strategies in dementia care, person centered dementia care including working with families, activities for older adults with dementia, dementia-friendly communities, assisting older adults with dementia with bathing and personal care, a gentle approach to dementia care, and managing challenging behaviors in dementia.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create a customized orientation training program for your Iowa-based Adult Day Services Direct Care Staff team. Hide

14 hours

Iowa Assisted Living Communities - Direct Care Staff - Annual Continuing Education Training

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Our collection of courses for the annual continuing education of Assisted Living Direct Care Staff in Iowa is designed to align with the requirements stated in Rule 481-67.9 - Staffing and Rule 481-69.30 - Dementia-specific education for program personnel of the Iowa Administrative Code.

This collection contains 12 courses, totalling 14 hours of training, including 2.5 hours of dementia training. The courses in this collection cover a number of topics including, confidentiality, the reporting of elder abuse, communication, person centered planning, incident reporting, infection control, emergency response, behavioral supports, safe transfers, and falls prevention. The included 2.5 hours of dementia training includes, reducing safety risks for people with Alzheimer's Disease, and the psychological, social, and physical needs of people with dementia.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an engaging, and educational, annual continuing education training program for your Iowa-based Assisted Living Direct Care Staff team. Hide

20 hours

Iowa Assisted Living Communities - Direct Care Staff - Orientation Training

Our collection of courses for the orientation training of Assisted Living Direct Care Staff in Iowa is designed to align with the requirements stated See more

Our collection of courses for the orientation training of Assisted Living Direct Care Staff in Iowa is designed to align with the requirements stated in Rule 481-67.9 - Staffing and Rule 481-69.30 - Dementia-specific education for program personnel of the Iowa Administrative Code.

This collection contains 18 courses, totalling 20 hours of training, including 8 hours of dementia training. The courses in this collection cover a number of topics including, residents’ rights, observation and reporting, changes in body conditions that must be reported, the reporting of elder abuse, assisting with ADLs and iADLs, infection control, emergency response, pain management, and assisting with medication self-administration. The included 8 hours of dementia-specific training includes, an introduction to dementia care, communication strategies in dementia care, person centered dementia care including working with families, activities for older adults with dementia, dementia-friendly communities, assisting older adults with dementia with bathing and personal care, a gentle approach to dementia care, and managing challenging behaviors in dementia.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create a customized orientation training program for your Iowa-based Assisted Living Direct Care Staff team. Hide

12 hours

Iowa In Home Attendant - Annual Continuing Education Training

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Our collection of courses for the annual conrtinuing education training of In Home Attendants in Iowa is designed to align with the requirements and functions of the role as stated in Rule 441-78.37 - HCBS elderly waiver services.

This collection contains 11 courses, totalling 12 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, confidentiality, professionalism, communication, the reporting of elder abuse, observation and documentation, incident reporting, safety and emergencies, infection control, safe transfers, working with clients with challenging behaviors, and an introduction to dementia care.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an engaging, and educational, annual continuing education program for your Iowa-based In Home Attendant team. Hide

13.5 hours

Iowa In Home Attendant - Orientation Training

Our collection of courses for the orientation training of In Home Attendants in Iowa is designed to align with the requirements and functions of the r See more

Our collection of courses for the orientation training of In Home Attendants in Iowa is designed to align with the requirements and functions of the role as stated in Rule 441-78.37 - HCBS elderly waiver services.

This collection contains 12 courses, totalling 13.5 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, an overview of the role, clients’ rights, communication, assisting with ADLs and iADLs, basic housekeeping, meal preparation, observation and documentation, infection control, safety and emergencies, assisting with medication self-administration, and the reporting of elder abuse.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create a customized orientation training program for your Iowa-based In Home Attendant team. Hide

8 hours

Kansas Assisted Living Facility - Direct Care Staff - In Service Training

Our collection of courses for the annual in service training of Assisted Living Direct Care Staff in Kansas, is designed to align with the requirement See more

Our collection of courses for the annual in service training of Assisted Living Direct Care Staff in Kansas, is designed to align with the requirements stated in Section 26-41-103 - Staff development of the Kansas Administrative Code.

This collection contains 7 courses, totalling 8 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, fire safety, emergency response, patients’ rights, infection control, and responding to and reporting elder abuse. Two hours of dementia-specific training include courses on managing challenging behaviors in dementia, and assisting older adults with dementia with bathing and personal care.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an engaging, and educational, annual In Service training program for your Kansas-based Assisted Living staff. Hide

8 hours

Kansas Assisted Living Facility - Direct Care Staff - Orientation Training

Our collection of courses for the orientation training of Assisted Living Direct Care Staff in Kansas, is designed to align with the requirements stat See more

Our collection of courses for the orientation training of Assisted Living Direct Care Staff in Kansas, is designed to align with the requirements stated in Section 26-41-103 - Staff development of the Kansas Administrative Code.

This collection contains 7 courses, totalling 8 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, fire safety, emergency response, patients’ rights, infection control, and responding to and reporting elder abuse. Two hours of dementia-specific training include an introduction to dementia care, and person centered dementia care.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create the ideal orientation training program for your Kansas-based Assisted Living staff. Hide

12 hours

Kansas Home and Community Based Services Caregiver - Annual Training

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Our collection of courses for the annual training of Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) caregivers in Kansas, is designed to align with the requirements stated in Section 28-51-118 - HCBS of the Kansas Administrative Code.

This collection contains 11 courses, totalling 12 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, a course on working with older adults, professionalism, responding to and reporting elder abuse, meal preparation and food safety, home management, infection control, safety and emergencies, emergency response, incident reporting, working with clients with challenging behaviors, and an introduction to dementia care.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an engaging, and educational, annual training program for your Kansas-based HCBS worker team. Hide

12.5 hours

Kansas Home and Community Based Services Caregiver - Orientation Training

Our collection of courses for the orientation training of Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) caregivers in Kansas, is designed to align with the See more

Our collection of courses for the orientation training of Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) caregivers in Kansas, is designed to align with the requirements stated in Section 28-51-118 - HCBS of the Kansas Administrative Code.

This collection contains 11 courses, totalling 12.5 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, communication and communication with persons suffering from dementia, observation, reporting and documentation, infection control, basic elements of body functions that must be reported, maintaining a clean, healthy, and safe environment, safety and emergencies, patients’ rights, and assisting with ADLs and iADLs.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create the ideal orientation training program for your Kansas-based HCBS worker team. Hide

12 hours

Kansas Supportive Care Worker - Annual Training

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Our collection of courses for the annual training of Supportive Care Workers in Kansas, is designed to align with the requirements stated in Section 28-51-117 - Supportive care services of the Kansas Administrative Code.

This collection contains 11 courses, totalling 12 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, a course on working with older adults, professionalism, responding to and reporting elder abuse, meal preparation and food safety, home management, infection control, safety and emergencies, emergency response, incident reporting, working with clients with challenging behaviors, and an introduction to dementia care.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an engaging, and educational, annual training program for your Kansas-based Supportive Care team. Hide

12.5 hours

Kansas Supportive Care Worker - Orientation Training

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Our collection of courses for the orientation training of Supportive Care Workers in Kansas, is designed to align with the requirements stated in Section 28-51-117 - Supportive care services of the Kansas Administrative Code.

This collection contains 11 courses, totalling 12.5 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, communication and communication with persons suffering from dementia, observation, reporting and documentation, infection control, basic elements of body functions that must be reported, maintaining a clean, healthy, and safe environment, safety and emergencies, patients’ rights, and assisting with ADLs and iADLs.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create the ideal orientation training program for your Kansas-based Supportive Care team. Hide

8 hours

Louisiana Home and Community Based Service Providers - Direct Care Workers - Annual Training

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Our collection of courses for the annual training Home and Community Based Service Providers, Direct Care Workers, is designed to meet the requirements stated in Section J. “Direct Care Staff Training” Title 48 § I-5055 of Louisiana’s Administrative Code.

This collection contains 7 courses, totalling 8 hours of training as required by Louisiana state regulations, and covers a number of topics including, patient’s rights, confidentiality, the reporting of elder abuse, universal precautions, emergency response, incident reporting, and includes an introductory course on dementia care.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create a compelling and informative annual training program for your Louisiana-based HCBS Direct Care Worker team. Hide

16 hours

Louisiana Home and Community Based Service Providers - Direct Care Workers - Initial Training

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Our collection of courses for the initial training Home and Community Based Service Providers, Direct Care Workers, is designed to meet the requirements stated in Section H. “Direct Care Staff Training” Title 48 § I-5055 of Louisiana’s Administrative Code.

This collection contains 14 courses, totalling 16 hours of training as required by Louisiana state regulations, and covers a number of topics including, patient’s rights, confidentiality, emergency and safety procedures, basic first aid and cpr, universal precautions, reporting and documentation, incident reporting, reporting elder abuse, and managing challenging behaviors. Please note that completion of our Basic First Aid course does not provide a Basic First Aid certification as required in the first 45 days of employment. Additionally, our elder abuse course has not been specifically approved by the Louisiana Dept. of Health. Additional training may be required on this topic.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an efficient and engaging initial training program for your Louisiana-based HCBS Direct Care Worker team. Hide

9 hours

Maryland Assisted Living Facility - Direct Care Staff - Annual Training

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Our collection of courses for annual training of Assisted Living Facility Direct Care Staff in Maryland, is designed to meet the requirements of Section 10.07.14.19 - Other Staff - Qualifications of the Maryland Administrative code.

This collection contains 8 courses, totalling 9 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, residents’ rights, fire safety, emergency response, infection prevention and control, basic food safety, and the reporting of elder abuse. Two hours of cognitive impairment and mental illness training are also supplied which include a course on assisting older adults with dementia with bathing and personal care, and a course on managing challenging behaviors in dementia.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an effective, and easy to understand, annual training program for your Maryland-based Assisted Living Direct Care team. Hide

14 hours

Maryland Assisted Living Facility - Direct Care Staff - Orientation Training

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Our collection of courses for orientation training of Assisted Living Facility Direct Care Staff in Maryland, is designed to meet the requirements of Section 10.07.14.19 - Other Staff - Qualifications of the Maryland Administrative code.

This collection contains 13 courses, totalling 14 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, professionalism and ethics, fire safety, emergency response, infection prevention and control, basic food safety, the physical, emotional and developmental characteristics of the population served, residents’ rights, and behavioral supports, including de-escalation. Five hours of cognitive impairment and mental illness training are also supplied which include, an overview of mental illness care, communication strategies in dementia care, activities for adults with dementia, dementia palliation, and a gentle approach to dementia care, which focuses on person-centered care, the causes of responsive behaviors, the skills to manage challenging behaviors, and self care for caregivers.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create the ideal orientation training program for your Maryland-based Assisted Living Direct Care team. Hide

12.5 hours

Maryland Home Health Aides - In Service Training

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Our collection of courses for the in service training of Home Health Aides in Maryland, aligns with the training requirements contained in Section 10.07.10.11 - Staff Supervision and Training of the Maryland Administrative Code.

This collection contains 12 courses, totalling 12.5 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, professionalism and ethics, assisting with ADLs, methods of assisting patients to achieve maximum self-reliance, nutrition, meal planning and preparation, an overview of the characteristics of the population served by the agency, the emotional and physical problems accompanying illness, maintaining a clean and safe environment, basic elements of body functions that must be reported to the nurse supervisor, observation and reporting, and confidentiality.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an engaging, and educational, in service training program for your Maryland-based Home Health Aides Hide

10 hours

Maryland Residential Care Service Caregivers - In Service Training

Our collection of courses for the in service training of Residential Care Service Caregivers in Maryland, aligns with the training requirements contai See more

Our collection of courses for the in service training of Residential Care Service Caregivers in Maryland, aligns with the training requirements contained in MD Code, Regs. § 10.07.05.11 - Training. Additionally, this collection offers two hours of dementia care training, as required by MD Code, Health - General, § 19-4A-03.1

This collection contains 9 courses, totalling 10 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, client's rights & confidentiality, reporting and documentation, food safety and meal preparation, responding to emergencies, infection control, and incident reporting. Dementia training courses include, a course on reducing safety risks for clients with Alzheimer's disease, and a course on managing challenging behaviors in dementia.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an engaging, and educational, in service training program for your Maryland-based Residential Care Service Caregiver team. Hide

12 hours

Maryland Residential Care Service Caregivers - Orientation Training

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Our collection of courses for orientation training of Residential Care Service Caregivers in Maryland, is designed to meet the requirements of MD Code, Regs. § 10.07.05.11 - Training. Additionally, this collection offers three hours of dementia care training, as required by MD Code, Health - General, § 19-4A-03.1

This collection contains 11 courses, totalling 12 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, professionalism, client's rights & confidentiality, reporting and documentation, assisting with ADLs and iADLs, infection control, and the reporting of elder abuse. Dementia training courses include, an introduction to dementia care, person centered dementia care, and communication strategies in dementia care.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create the ideal orientation training program for your Maryland-based Residential Care Service Caregiver team. Hide

8.5 hours

Massachusetts Home Caregiver Annual Training

Massachusetts Home Caregiver Annual Training

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10.5 hours

Massachusetts Home Caregiver Initial Training

Recommended Courses for Home Caregivers in Massachusetts

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7 hours

Massachusetts Homemaker Annual Training

Massachusetts Homemaker Annual Training

Massachusetts Homemaker Annual Training Hide

41 hours

Massachusetts Homemaker Initial Training

Massachusetts Homemaker Initial Training

Massachusetts Homemaker Initial Training Hide

7 hours

Massachusetts Personal Care Aide Annual Training

Massachusetts Personal Care Aide Annual Training

Massachusetts Personal Care Aide Annual Training Hide

61 hours

Massachusetts Personal Care Aide Initial Training

Massachusetts Personal Care Aide Initial Training

Massachusetts Personal Care Aide Initial Training Hide

12 hours

Michigan Adult Foster Care Homes - Direct Care Worker - Annual Training

Our collection of courses for the orientation training of Michigan Adult Foster Care Homes - Direct Care Staff is designed to meet the requirements st See more

Our collection of courses for the orientation training of Michigan Adult Foster Care Homes - Direct Care Staff is designed to meet the requirements stated in Section R. 400.14204 - Direct care staff; qualifications and training and Section R. 400.15204 - Direct care staff; qualifications and training of the Michigan Administrative Code, and applies to both small and large group homes.

This collection contains 11 courses, totalling 12 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, residents’ rights, person-centered care, incident reporting, the reporting of elder abuse, emergency response, infection control, assisting with self-medication, safe transfers, an introduction to dementia care, and a course on managing challenging behaviors in dementia.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an educational, and engaging, annual training program for your Michigan-based Direct Care team. Hide

12 hours

Michigan Adult Foster Care Homes - Direct Care Worker - Orientation Training

Our collection of courses for the orientation training of Michigan Adult Foster Care Homes - Direct Care Staff is designed to meet the requirements st See more

Our collection of courses for the orientation training of Michigan Adult Foster Care Homes - Direct Care Staff is designed to meet the requirements stated in Section R. 400.14204 - Direct care staff; qualifications and training and Section R. 400.15204 - Direct care staff; qualifications and training of the Michigan Administrative Code, and applies to both small and large group homes.

This collection contains 10 courses, totalling 12 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, professionalism, reporting and documentation, effective communication, basic first aid, assisting with self-medication, assisting with ADLs and iADLs, residents’ rights, emergency response, and infection control.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an effective, and easy to understand, orientation training program for your Michigan-based Direct Care team. Hide

12 hours

Michigan Home Caregiver - Annual In Service Training

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Our collection of courses for the annual training of Michigan home caregivers. Michigan home care providers operate under 42 C.F.R. § 440.167 - Personal care services, and generally require caregivers to participate in 12 or more hours of training per year.

This collection contains 11 courses, totalling 12 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, client’s rights, the physical, emotional, and developmental characteristics of the population served by the agency, infection control, emergency response, the reporting of elder abuse, basic housekeeping, nutrition and meal preparation, safe transfers, an introduction to dementia care, and a course on communication strategies in dementia care.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an educational, and engaging, annual training program for your Michigan-based home caregiver team. Hide

12 hours

Michigan Home Caregiver - Orientation Training

Our collection of courses for the first year training of Michigan home caregivers. Michigan home care providers operate under See more

Our collection of courses for the first year training of Michigan home caregivers. Michigan home care providers operate under 42 C.F.R. § 440.167 - Personal care services, and generally require caregivers to participate in 12 or more hours of training per year.

This collection contains 10 courses, totalling 12 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, providing care in the client's home, professionalism, confidentiality, assisting with ADLs and iADLs, communication, infection control, emergency response, reporting and documentation, and the reporting of elder abuse.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an effective, and easy to understand, orientation training program for your Michigan-based home caregiver team. Hide

12 hours

Michigan Homes for the Aged - Direct Care Worker - Annual Training

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Our collection of courses for the annual training of Michigan Homes for the Aged - Direct Care Staff is designed to meet the requirements stated in Section R. 325.1931 - Employees; general provisions of the Michigan Administrative Code.

This collection contains 11 courses, totalling 12 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, residents’ rights, person-centered care, incident reporting, the reporting of elder abuse, emergency response, infection control, assisting with self-medication, safe transfers, an introduction to dementia care, and a course on managing challenging behaviors in dementia.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an educational, and engaging, annual training program for your Michigan-based Direct Care team. Hide

12 hours

Michigan Homes for the Aged - Direct Care Worker - Orientation Training

Our collection of courses for the orientation training of Michigan Homes for the Aged - Direct Care Staff is designed to meet the requirements stated See more

Our collection of courses for the orientation training of Michigan Homes for the Aged - Direct Care Staff is designed to meet the requirements stated in Section R. 325.1931 - Employees; general provisions of the Michigan Administrative Code.

This collection contains 10 courses, totalling 12 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, professionalism, reporting and documentation, effective communication, basic first aid, assisting with self-medication, assisting with ADLs and iADLs, residents’ rights, emergency response, and infection control.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an effective, and easy to understand, orientation training program for your Michigan-based Direct Care team. Hide

12 hours

Missouri - In Home Service Providers - In Home Service Workers - Orientation Training

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Our collection of courses for the Orientation training of In Home Service Workers in Missouri, is designed to meet the requirements of Section 19 CSR 15-7.021 - In-Home Service Standards of the Missouri Administrative Code. Additionally, this collection contains three hours of dementia care training that addresses Section 192.2000 on dementia training requirements.

This collection contains 11 courses, totalling 12 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, professionalism and ethics, an overview of the older adult population, assisting with ADLs and iADLs, infection control, safety and emergencies, reporting and documentation, and client's rights & confidentiality. Dementia training courses include, an introduction to dementia care, person centered dementia care, and communication strategies in dementia care.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an effective, and easy to understand, orientation training program for your Missouri-based In Home Service Worker team. Hide

5 hours

Missouri In Home Service Providers - In Home Service Workers - Annual In-Service Training

Our collection of courses for annual In-Service training of In Home Service Workers in Missouri, is designed to meet the requirements of See more

Our collection of courses for annual In-Service training of In Home Service Workers in Missouri, is designed to meet the requirements of Section 19 CSR 15-7.021 - In-Home Service Standards of the Missouri Administrative Code. Additionally, this collection contains three hours of dementia care training that addresses Section 192.2000 on dementia training requirements.

This collection contains 5 courses, totalling 5 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, client's rights & confidentiality, the reporting of elder abuse, and incident reporting. Dementia training courses include a course on assisting older adults with dementia with bathing and personal care, and managing challenging behaviors in dementia.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an engaging annual In-Service training program for your Missouri-based In Home Service Worker team. Hide

8 hours

Montana Home Caregiver Annual Training

Our collection of courses recommended for annual training of home caregivers in Montana. This collection contains 8 courses, totalling 8 hours of educ See more

Our collection of courses recommended for annual training of home caregivers in Montana. This collection contains 8 courses, totalling 8 hours of education including, client's rights, confidentiality, observation & documentation, incident reporting, safety, nutriton, reporting of elder abuse, and an introductory course on dementia care.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an informative annual training program for your Montana-based Home caregiver team. Hide

8 hours

Montana Home Caregiver Initial Training

Our collection of courses designed for new home caregivers in Montana. This collection contains 7 courses, totalling 8 hours of education including, c See more

Our collection of courses designed for new home caregivers in Montana. This collection contains 7 courses, totalling 8 hours of education including, client's rights, assisting with ADLs and iADLs, infection control, and safety.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an educational initial training program for your Montana-based Home caregiver team. Hide

10 hours

New Hampshire Assisted Living Residence-Residential Care Facilities (ALR-RC) - Direct Care Staff - Annual Continuing Education Training

Our collection of courses for the annual continued education training of New Hampshire Assisted Living Residence-Residential Care Facilities (ALR-RC) See more

Our collection of courses for the annual continued education training of New Hampshire Assisted Living Residence-Residential Care Facilities (ALR-RC) Direct Care Staff is designed to meet the requirements in Section He-P 804.18 - Personnel and Section 151:48 - Initial and Continuing Training in Dementia Required of the New Hampshire Administrative Code.

This collection contains 9 courses, totalling 10 hours of training, and covers a number of topics required by New Hampshire state regulations including, patients’ rights, infection control, emergency response, incident reporting, and the reporting of elder abuse. This collection also contains 4 hours of dementia training including, a course on reducing safety risks for people with dementia, communication strategies in dementia care, managing challenging behaviors in dementia care, and activities for older adults with dementia.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an effective, and educational, annual training program for your New Hampshire-based Assisted Living Residence-Residential Care Facility Direct Care Staff. Hide

15 hours

New Hampshire Assisted Living Residence-Residential Care Facilities (ALR-RC) - Direct Care Staff - Orientation Training

Our collection of courses for the orientation training of New Hampshire Assisted Living Residence-Residential Care Facilities (ALR-RC) Direct Care Sta See more

Our collection of courses for the orientation training of New Hampshire Assisted Living Residence-Residential Care Facilities (ALR-RC) Direct Care Staff is designed to meet the requirements in Section He-P 804.18 - Personnel and Section 151:48 - Initial and Continuing Training in Dementia Required of the New Hampshire Administrative Code.

This collection contains 13 courses, totalling 15 hours of training, and covers a number of topics required by New Hampshire state regulations including, patients’ rights, the role of personal care staff, emergency response, infection control, food safety, incident reporting, and the reporting of elder abuse. This collection also contains 6 hours of dementia training including, an introduction to dementia care, person-centered dementia care, the symptoms and causes of dementia, assisting dementia patients with activities of daily living, and the psychological, social, and physical needs of people with dementia.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an informative, and easy to understand, orientation training program for your New Hampshire-based Assisted Living Residence-Residential Care Facility Direct Care Staff. Hide

12 hours

New Hampshire Home Care Service Provider Agencies (HCSPA) - Personal Care Attendant Service Provider - Annual Continuing Education Training

Our collection of courses for the annual continuing education training of New Hampshire Home Care Service Provider Agencies, Personal Care Attendant S See more

Our collection of courses for the annual continuing education training of New Hampshire Home Care Service Provider Agencies, Personal Care Attendant Service Providers is designed to meet the training requirements in Section He-W 552.07 - Training Requirements, Section He-P 822.17 - Personnel, and Section 151:48 - Initial and Continuing Training in Dementia Required of the New Hampshire Administrative Code.

This collection contains 11 courses, totalling 12 hours of training, including 4 hours of dementia training, and covers a number of topics required by New Hampshire state regulations including, patients’ rights, infection control, emergency response, reporting and documentation, incident reporting, and the reporting of elder abuse. This collection also contains 4 hours of dementia training including, a course on reducing safety risks for people with dementia, communication strategies in dementia care, managing challenging behaviors in dementia care, and activities for older adults with dementia.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an engaging, and easy to understand, orientation training program for your New Hampshire-based Personal Care Attendant Services team. Hide

20.5 hours

New Hampshire Home Care Service Provider Agencies (HCSPA) - Personal Care Attendant Service Provider - Orientation Training

Our collection of courses for the orientation training of New Hampshire Home Care Service Provider Agencies, Personal Care Attendant Service Providers See more

Our collection of courses for the orientation training of New Hampshire Home Care Service Provider Agencies, Personal Care Attendant Service Providers is designed to meet the training requirements in Section He-W 552.07 - Training Requirements, Section He-P 822.17 - Personnel, and Section 151:48 - Initial and Continuing Training in Dementia Required of the New Hampshire Administrative Code.

This collection contains 18 courses, totalling 20.5 hours of training, including 6 hours of dementia training, and covers a number of topics required by New Hampshire state regulations including, patients’ rights, the role of personal care staff, communication, emergency response, infection control, assistance with ADLs, safe transfers, nutrition and hydration, falls prevention, assistance with medication self-administration, reporting and documentation, and the reporting of elder abuse. This collection also contains 6 hours of dementia training including, an introduction to dementia care, person-centered dementia care, the symptoms and causes of dementia, assisting dementia patients with activities of daily living, and the psychological, social, and physical needs of people with dementia.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an engaging, and easy to understand, orientation training program for your New Hampshire-based Personal Care Attendant Services team. Hide

12 hours

New Mexico Assisted Living Facility - Direct Care Staff - Annual Training

Our collection of courses that meets the annual training requirements for New Mexico Direct Care Staff as stated in See more

Our collection of courses that meets the annual training requirements for New Mexico Direct Care Staff as stated in New Mexico Code R. § 7.8.2.17. This collection contains 11 courses, totalling 12 hours, and covers a number of topics including, resident's rights, emergency procedures, incident reporting, falls prevention, safe patient handling, and a deeper look into dementia.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an effective and engaging annual training program for your New Mexico-based Direct Care Worker team. Hide

17.5 hours

New Mexico Assisted Living Facility - Direct Care Staff - Orientation Training

Our collection of courses that meets the initial training requirements for New Mexico Direct Care Staff as stated in See more

Our collection of courses that meets the initial training requirements for New Mexico Direct Care Staff as stated in New Mexico Code R. § 7.8.2.17. This collection contains 15 courses, totalling 17.5 hours, and covers a number of topics including, fire safety, basic first aid, confidentiality, resident's rights, reporting of abuse & neglect, emergency preparedness, infection control, and much more.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create the perfect initial training program for your New Mexico-based Direct Care Worker team. Hide

10 hours

New Mexico Homemaker / Personal Care Attendant Staff - Annual In-Service Training

Our collection of courses for the annual in-service training of New Mexico Homemaker & Personal Care Attendant Staff is designed to meet the requireme See more

Our collection of courses for the annual in-service training of New Mexico Homemaker & Personal Care Attendant Staff is designed to meet the requirements in Section 7.28.2.31 - Homemaker/Personal Care Attendant or Equivalent Training requirements of the New Mexico Administrative Code.

This collection contains 9 courses, totalling 10 hours of training, and covers a number of topics required by New Mexico state regulations including, patients’ rights, infection control, emergency response measures, incident reporting, strategies for working with challenging behaviors, and dementia care.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an informative, and easy to understand, annual in-service training program for your New Mexico-based Homemaker & Personal care Attendant Staff. Hide

40 hours

New Mexico Homemaker / Personal Care Attendant Staff - Initial Training

Our collection of courses for the orientation training of New Mexico Homemaker & Personal Care Attendant Staff is designed to meet the requirements in See more

Our collection of courses for the orientation training of New Mexico Homemaker & Personal Care Attendant Staff is designed to meet the requirements in Section 7.28.2.31 - Homemaker/Personal Care Attendant or Equivalent Training requirements of the New Mexico Administrative Code.

This collections contains 37 courses, totalling 40 hours of training, and covers a number of topics required by New Mexico state regulations including, communication and professionalism, patients’ rights, reporting and documentation, nutrition and meal preparation, housekeeping skills, emergency response, infection control, personal care skills (ADLs), safe transfers, reporting of elder abuse, and introductory dementia care training.

This collection can be used as an informative, and easy to understand, orientation training for care staff, or as a part of a comprehensive training program for new Homemaker & Personal Care Attendant Staff (New Mexico state approval required). Hide

21 hours

North Carolina Adult & Family Care Homes - Initial Self-Directed Training

Our collection of courses allowed by the state of North Carolina for self-study as part of the See more

Our collection of courses allowed by the state of North Carolina for self-study as part of the Adult & Family Care Homes Personal Care Staff 80 Hour Training Curriculum.

This collection contains 19 courses, totalling 21 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, Practical Knowledge and Skills in Adult/Family Care Home Personal Care, Cognitive, Behavioral and Social Care Including Intellectual Disabilities, Residents' Rights and Safety in the Environment, Basic Nursing Skills, Basic Restorative Services, and Basic Nursing Skills for Special Health Tasks.

Other courses from our library may be added to create a customized training program to meet the needs of your North Carolina facility’s Personal Care Staff initial training. Hide

8 hours

North Carolina Home Care Aide - Level I - Annual Training

Our recommended collection of courses for Level I - In Home Aide annual training, is designed to enhance the knowledge and skills of Level I Home Mana See more

Our recommended collection of courses for Level I - In Home Aide annual training, is designed to enhance the knowledge and skills of Level I Home Management In-Home Aides by building upon their initial training.

This collection contains 8 courses, totalling 8 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including client’s rights & confidentiality, reporting & documentation, falls prevention, person-centered dementia care, and an important course on managing caregiver burnout.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an engaging annual training program for your Level I In Home Aides. Hide

21 hours

North Carolina Home Care Aide - Level I - Initial Training

Our collection of courses for initial training of Level I In-Home Aides, is designed to meet the requirements contained in See more

Our collection of courses for initial training of Level I In-Home Aides, is designed to meet the requirements contained in In-Home Aide Services – Policies and Procedures for Level I - Home Management In Home Aides.

This collection contains 20 courses, totalling 21 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, communication, confidentiality, reporting & documentation, mental illness, infection control, home management, assisting with iADLs, nutrition and food safety, client's rights, elder abuse, and more.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create the ideal initial training program for your Level I North Carolina In Home Aides. Hide

10 hours

North Carolina Home Care Aide. Personal Care - Level II - Annual Training

Our recommended collection of courses for Level II - In Home Aide annual training, is designed to enhance the knowledge and skills of Level II Home Ma See more

Our recommended collection of courses for Level II - In Home Aide annual training, is designed to enhance the knowledge and skills of Level II Home Management, Personal Care In-Home Aides by building upon and expanding their initial training.

This collection contains 9 courses, totalling 10 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including client’s rights & confidentiality, reporting & documentation, infection control, emergency procedures, falls prevention, communication in dementia care, and an important course on managing caregiver burnout.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an informative and educational annual training program for your Level II In Home Aides. Hide

37 hours

North Carolina Home Care Aide. Personal Care - Level II - Initial Training

Designed to build upon our Level I - In Home Aide training, this collection of courses for initial training of Level II In-Home Aides, is designed to See more

Designed to build upon our Level I - In Home Aide training, this collection of courses for initial training of Level II In-Home Aides, is designed to meet the requirements contained in In-Home Aide Services – Policies and Procedures for Level II - Home Management In Home Aides.

This collection contains 34 courses, totalling 38 hours of training (59 cumulative hours), and covers a number of topics including, essential body functions, report writing, the effects of stress, an introduction to dementia care, assisting with ADLs, meal preparation and feeding, assisting with prescribed exercises, assisting with self-medication, reporting elder abuse, basic first aid, measuring vital signs, safety, and emergency procedures,

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create the ideal initial training program for your Level II North Carolina In Home Aides. Hide

9 hours

North Dakota Adult Foster Care Services - Annual Training

Our recommended collection of courses for North Dakota Adult Foster Home Service Providers. Designed as a follow on to our See more

Our recommended collection of courses for North Dakota Adult Foster Home Service Providers.

Designed as a follow on to our North Dakota Adult Foster Care Services - Initial Training collection, contains 8 courses, totalling 9 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, infection control and standard precautions, clients’ rights, emergency response, incident reporting, a review of assistance with medication self-administration, safe patient handling, and elder abuse.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create a custom annual training program for your North Dakota-based Adult Foster Home team. Hide

14 hours

North Dakota Adult Foster Care Services - Initial Training

Our collection of courses that covers the competency requirements for North Dakota Adult Foster Home Service Providers, as stated in See more

Our collection of courses that covers the competency requirements for North Dakota Adult Foster Home Service Providers, as stated in N.D. Admin. Code 75-03-21-08.

This collection contains 13 courses, totalling 14 hours, and covers a number of topics including, infection control and standard precautions, bathing, dressing, toileting, and hair care techniques, oral hygiene, feeding assistance, meal planning and preparation, assistance with medication self-administration, basic housekeeping, home management, skin care, positioning, ambulation and transfers, and bed making skills. This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create the perfect initial training program for the initial training of your North Dakota-based Adult Foster Services staff. Hide

9 hours

North Dakota Assisted Living Facility Staff - Annual Training

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Our collection of courses that adheres to the annual training requirements for North Dakota Assisted Living Facility Staff, as stated in N.D. Century Code § 50-32-05.

This collection contains 8 courses, totalling 9 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, resident’s rights, fire safety, falls prevention, emergency response, incident reporting, basic principles for resident care procedures, working with client’s with challenging behaviors, and infection prevention and control. This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an effective annual training program for North Dakota Assisted Living Facility staff. Hide

9 hours

North Dakota Assisted Living Facility Staff - Initial Training

Our collection of recommended courses for North Dakota Assisted Living Facility Staff. This collection contains 8 courses, totalling 9 hours of train See more

Our collection of recommended courses for North Dakota Assisted Living Facility Staff.

This collection contains 8 courses, totalling 9 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, resident’s rights, fire safety, falls prevention, emergency response, incident reporting, basic principles for resident care procedures, working with client’s with challenging behaviors, and infection prevention and control. This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an informative initial training program for North Dakota Assisted Living Facility staff. Hide

8 hours

North Dakota Home Caregiver - Annual Training

North Dakota Home Caregiver - Annual Training

North Dakota Home Caregiver - Annual Training Hide

8 hours

North Dakota Home Caregiver - Initial Training

North Dakota Home Caregiver - Initial Training

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8 hours

Ohio Homemaker - Annual Training

Our collection of courses for the annual training of Homemakers in Ohio is designed to align with the requirements stated in See more

Our collection of courses for the annual training of Homemakers in Ohio is designed to align with the requirements stated in Section 173-39-02.8 - ODA provider certification: homemaker of the Ohio Administrative Code.

This collection contains 7 courses, totalling 8 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, infection control, communication, assisting with iADLs, meal preparation, safety and emergencies, body mechanics, and observation, reporting & documentation.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create a customized annual training program for your Ohio-based Homemaker team. Hide

21.5 hours

Ohio Homemaker - Initial Training

Our collection of courses for the initial training of Homemakers in Ohio is designed to align with the requirements stated in See more

Our collection of courses for the initial training of Homemakers in Ohio is designed to align with the requirements stated in Section 173-39-02.8 - ODA provider certification: homemaker of the Ohio Administrative Code.

This collection contains 20 courses, totalling 21.5 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, professionalism, ethics, confidentiality, incident reporting, emergency response, person centered planning, infection control, assisting with iADLs, nutrition and hydration, meal preparation, feeding patients with swallowing difficulties, basic housekeeping, home management, safety and emergencies, falls prevention, body mechanics, communication, and observation, reporting & documentation.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create a customized initial training program for your Ohio-based Homemaker team. Hide

9.5 hours

Ohio Hospice Care Training

Elevate your hospice care team with our comprehensive collection of e-learning courses meticulously designed to meet the requirements for Hospice Care See more

Elevate your hospice care team with our comprehensive collection of e-learning courses meticulously designed to meet the requirements for Hospice Care Training in Ohio. Our cutting-edge curriculum empowers your caregivers with the essential knowledge and skills needed to provide compassionate and high-quality end-of-life care, ensuring strict compliance with state regulations.

Our e-learning courses cover a wide range of vital topics, including the philosophy of hospice care, patient self-reliance, ethical considerations, nutrition, and the aging process. Each course incorporates interactive elements, engaging multimedia, and real-world scenarios to create an immersive learning experience that fosters skill development and knowledge retention. By enrolling your hospice care team in our training program, you're investing in the success of your organization. Having well-trained staff leads to improved patient and family satisfaction, heightened staff morale, and a distinguished reputation within the healthcare industry. Stay ahead of compliance requirements and demonstrate your unwavering commitment to excellence in hospice care by selecting our comprehensive e-learning program tailored for Ohio Hospice Care Training. Hide

16.5 hours

Ohio PCA Training

Elevate your caregiving standards with our collection of e-learning courses carefully designed to fulfill Ohio's PCA Training requirements. Our curric See more

Elevate your caregiving standards with our collection of e-learning courses carefully designed to fulfill Ohio's PCA Training requirements. Our curriculum equips your caregivers with the expertise and confidence to deliver compassionate care while ensuring adherence to state regulations.

Our courses cover a wide spectrum of essential topics, ranging from client rights and safety protocols to effective communication and infection control. Featuring interactive modules and multimedia-rich content, our training program creates an immersive learning experience that enhances knowledge application and skill mastery. By investing in our comprehensive e-learning collection, your organization distinguishes itself as a leader in quality patient care. With our user-friendly learning management system, you can effortlessly track your caregivers' progress and guarantee that your team is equipped with the necessary skills to provide exceptional care. Empower your caregivers and position your organization for success in Ohio's competitive healthcare landscape by enrolling in our e-learning program today. Hide

18 hours

Pennsylvania Assisted Living Facility - Direct Care Staff - Annual Training

Our collection of courses for the annual training of Pennsylvania Assisted Living Facility Direct Care Staff is designed to meet the requirements stat See more

Our collection of courses for the annual training of Pennsylvania Assisted Living Facility Direct Care Staff is designed to meet the requirements stated in Section 2800.65 - Staff orientation and direct care staff person training and orientation of the Pennsylvania Code. Additionally, this collection contains 2 hours of Dementia-related training as required by Section 2800.69 - Additional dementia-specific training of the Pennsylvania Code.

This collection contains 17 courses, totalling 18 hours of training as required by Pennsylvania state regulations, and covers a number of topics including, medication self-administration, care for residents with dementia, infection control, safe handling, care for residents with mental illness and intellectual development disabilities, emergency response, resident’s rights, the reporting of elder abuse, and falls prevention. Two hours of dementia-specific courses focused on communication strategies, and managing challenging behaviors, are also included.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an engaging and comprehensive, annual training program for your Pennsylvania-based Assisted Living Facility, Direct Care Staff. Hide

22 hours

Pennsylvania Assisted Living Facility - Direct Care Staff - Orientation Training

Our collection of courses for the orientation training of Pennsylvania Assisted Living Facility Direct Care Staff is designed to meet the requirements See more

Our collection of courses for the orientation training of Pennsylvania Assisted Living Facility Direct Care Staff is designed to meet the requirements stated in Section 2800.65 - Staff orientation and direct care staff person training and orientation of the Pennsylvania Code. Additionally, this collection contains 4 hours of Dementia-related training as required by Section 2800.69 - Additional dementia-specific training of the Pennsylvania Code.

This collection contains 20 courses, totalling 22 hours of training as required by Pennsylvania state regulations, and covers a number of topics including, patient’s rights, the reporting of elder abuse, person centered care, safe patient handling, assisting with ADLs and iADLs, communication, emergency response, and incident reporting. Four hours of dementia-specific courses provide an introduction to dementia care and person centered dementia care, managing challenging behaviors, and assisting residents with dementia with bathing and personal care.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an effective, and easy to understand, orientation training program for your Pennsylvania-based Assisted Living Facility, Direct Care Staff. Hide

12 hours

Pennsylvania Direct Care Worker - Annual Training

Our collection of courses for Pennsylvania Direct Care Worker Annual Training is designed to meet the requirements stated in See more

Our collection of courses for Pennsylvania Direct Care Worker Annual Training is designed to meet the requirements stated in Pennsylvania Code § 611.55 - Competency Requirements.

This collection contains 11 courses, totalling 12 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, confidentiality, client control and the independent living philosophy, assisting with iADLs, recognizing and reporting changes in the consumer, infection control, safety and emergencies, observation and documentation, responding to and reporting elder abuse, managing challenging behaviors, assisting with ADLs, and assisting with medication self-administration.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create a customized annual training program for your Pennsylvania-based Direct Care Worker team. Hide

12 hours

Pennsylvania Direct Care Worker - Orientation Training

Our collection of courses for Pennsylvania Direct Care Worker Orientation Training is designed to meet the requirements stated in See more

Our collection of courses for Pennsylvania Direct Care Worker Orientation Training is designed to meet the requirements stated in Pennsylvania Code § 611.55 - Competency Requirements.

This collection contains 11 courses, totalling 12 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, confidentiality, client control and the independent living philosophy, assisting with iADLs, recognizing and reporting changes in the consumer, infection control, safety and emergencies, observation and documentation, responding to and reporting elder abuse, managing challenging behaviors, assisting with ADLs, and assisting with medication self-administration.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create a customized orientation training program for your Pennsylvania-based Direct Care Worker team. Hide

12 hours

Pennsylvania Older Adult Daily Living Center (OADLC) Staff - Annual Training

Our collection of courses for the annual training of Pennsylvania Older Adult Daily Living Center Staff is designed to meet the requirements stated in See more

Our collection of courses for the annual training of Pennsylvania Older Adult Daily Living Center Staff is designed to meet the requirements stated in Section 11.33 - Program staff orientation and trainingn and Section 11.404 - Program staff training guidelinesof the Pennsylvania Code.

This collection contains 11 courses, totalling 12 hours of training, as required by Pennsylvania state regulations, and covers a number of topics including, the needs of the clients in the center's target population, body mechanics/transfer techniques, reporting laws regarding elder abuse and neglect, positive methods to manage behavior, the aging process, professionalism and ethics, infection control, emergency response, documentation and incident reporting, methods for assisting patients to achieve maximum self-reliance, and a course on managing caregiver burnout.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an intuitive, and comprehensive, annual training program for your Pennsylvania-based Older Adult Daily Living Center Staff. Hide

11 hours

Pennsylvania Older Adult Daily Living Center (OADLC) Staff - Orientation Training

Our collection of courses for the orientation training of Pennsylvania Older Adult Daily Living Center Staff is designed to meet the requirements stat See more

Our collection of courses for the orientation training of Pennsylvania Older Adult Daily Living Center Staff is designed to meet the requirements stated in Section 11.33 - Program staff orientation and trainingn of the Pennsylvania Code.

This collection contains 10 courses, totalling 11 hours of training, and covers a number of topics required by Pennsylvania state regulations including, the role of staff members, positive approach methods to manage behavior, infection control, fire safety, confidentiality, patients’ rights, the characteristics of the population, communication skills, safe transfers & body mechanics, the reporting of elder abuse.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an effective, and easy to understand, orientation training program for your Pennsylvania-based Older Adult Daily Living Center Staff. Hide

18 hours

Rhode Island Assisted Living Residences Staff - Annual In Service Training

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Our collection of courses for the annual In Service training of Assisted Living Residence Staff in Rhode Island, is designed to align with the requirements stated in Section 216-RICR-40-10-2.4 - Licensure Requirements and Section 216-RICR-40-10-2.5 - Alzheimer Dementia Special Care Unit/Program License Requirements of the Rhode Island Administrative Code.

This collection contains 16 courses, totalling 18 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, patients’ rights, confidentiality, responding to and reporting elder abuse, emergency response, and infection control. Twelve hours of required dementia training includes, person-centered dementia care, managing challenging behaviors in dementia, and reducing safety risks for clients with Alzheimer's disease, understanding dementia, Parkinson’s disease dementia, Huntington’s disease dementia, the psychological, social, and physical needs of people with dementia, assisting older adults with dementia with bathing and personal care, activities for older adults with dementia, and dementia palliation.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an engaging, and educational, annual In Service training program for your Rhode Island-based Assisted Living Residences team. Hide

18.5 hours

Rhode Island Assisted Living Residences Staff - Orientation Training

Our collection of courses for the orientation training of Assisted Living Residence Staff in Rhode Island, is designed to align with the requirements See more

Our collection of courses for the orientation training of Assisted Living Residence Staff in Rhode Island, is designed to align with the requirements stated in Section 216-RICR-40-10-2.4 - Licensure Requirements and Section 216-RICR-40-10-2.5 - Alzheimer Dementia Special Care Unit/Program License Requirements of the Rhode Island Administrative Code.

This collection contains 17 courses, totalling 18.5 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, fire safety, the reporting of elder abuse, patients’ rights, confidentiality, emergency response, infection control, cultural competence, assistance with ADLs and iADLs, assistance with medication self-administration, body mechanics, safe transfers, and observation and reporting. Four hours of required dementia training include, an introduction to dementia care, communication strategies in dementia care, managing challenging behaviors in dementia, and reducing safety risks for clients with Alzheimer's disease.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create a customized orientation training program for your Rhode Island-based Assisted Living Residences team. Hide

8 hours

Rhode Island Homemaker - Annual In Service Training

Our recommended collection of courses for annual In Service training of Homemakers in Rhode Island, is designed to align with the requirements stated See more

Our recommended collection of courses for annual In Service training of Homemakers in Rhode Island, is designed to align with the requirements stated in Section 216-RICR-40-10-17.5 - Organization and Management of the Rhode Island Administrative Code.

This collection contains 7 courses, totalling 8 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, clients’ rights, communication, the reporting of elder abuse, falls prevention, infection control, incident reporting, and working with clients with challenging behaviors.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an educational, and engaging, annual in service training program for your Rhode Island-based Homemaker team. Hide

20 hours

Rhode Island Homemaker - Initial Training

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Our collection of courses for the initial training of Homemakers in Rhode Island, is designed to align with the requirements stated in Section 216-RICR-40-10-17.5 - Organization and Management of the Rhode Island Administrative Code.

Rhode Island requires 20 hours of classroom instruction, and 5 hours of practical experience, for the initial training of Homemakers. This collection contains 19 courses, totalling 20 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, an overview of home care, professionalism, confidentiality, legality and ethics, working with older adults, basic human needs, the aging process and terminal illness, an overview of mental illness care, an introduction to dementia care, basic housekeeping, home management, nutrition and hydration, meal preparation, assisting with ADLs and iADLs, observation and reporting, the reporting of elder abuse, infection control, and safety and emergencies.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create a customized initial training program for your Rhode Island-based Homemaker team. Hide

10 hours

South Carolina Adult Day Care Facility - Staff and Volunteer - Annual Training

Our collection of courses for the annual training of Adult Day Care Facility Staff and Volunteers in South Carolina, is designed to meet the requireme See more

Our collection of courses for the annual training of Adult Day Care Facility Staff and Volunteers in South Carolina, is designed to meet the requirements stated in Section 61-75.500.505 - Training of South Carolina Code - Subchapter 61-75 - Standards for Licensing Day Care Facilities for Adults.

This collection contains 9 courses, totalling 10 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, emergency response and fire safety, infection control, patients’ rights, the reporting and prevention of abuse and neglect, confidentiality, and care of persons with dementia and mental illness.

This collection can be used as is, or modified to include any of our other courses to create an engaging, and easy to understand, annual training program for your South Carolina-based Adult Day Care Facility Staff and Volunteer team. Hide

15 hours

South Carolina Community Residential Care Facility (CRCF) - Direct Care Staff - In Service Training

Our collection of courses for the In Service training of Community Residential Care Facility Direct Care Staff in South Carolina, is designed to meet See more

Our collection of courses for the In Service training of Community Residential Care Facility Direct Care Staff in South Carolina, is designed to meet the requirements stated in Section 61-84.500.504 - Inservice Training of the South Carolina Code of Regulations.

This collection contains 14 courses, totalling 15 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, basic first aid, emergency response, an overview of HIV/AIDS care, medication management, care of persons with dementia and mental illness, the use of restraints, infection control and bloodborne pathogens, confidentiality, and residents’ rights. Optionally, a course on measuring vital signs is included for designated staff members.

This collection can be used as is, or modified to include any of our other courses to create an engaging, and easy to understand, in service training program for your South Carolina-based Community Residential Care Facility Direct Care Staff team. Hide

5 hours

South Carolina Community Residential Care Facility (CRCF) - Private Sitters - Orientation Training

Our collection of courses for the orientation training of Community Residential Care Facility Private Sitters in South Carolina, is designed to meet t See more

Our collection of courses for the orientation training of Community Residential Care Facility Private Sitters in South Carolina, is designed to meet the requirements stated in Section 61-84.500.506 - Private Sitters of the South Carolina Code of Regulations.

This collection contains 4 courses, totalling 5 hours of training, covering the required topics of residents’ rights, confidentiality, emergency response and preparedness, and infection control.

This collection can be used as is, or modified to include any of our other courses to create a simple and effective training program to meet your Private Sitter orientation training requirements. Hide

10.5 hours

South Carolina In-Home Caregiver - In Service Training

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Our collection of courses for the in service training of In-Home Caregivers in South Carolina, is designed to meet the requirements stated in Section 300 - Staff, Caregivers, and Training Requirements of South Carolina’s Standards for In-Home Care Providers.

This collection contains 10 courses, totalling 10.5 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, basic first aid, confidentiality, client's rights, reporting and documentation, professionalism and ethics, and infection control. Optionally, this collection also contains courses on medication assistance, an introduction to dementia care, and safe transfer techniques.

This collection can be used as is, or modified to include any of our other courses to create an effective, and easy to understand, in service training program for your South Carolina-based In-Home Caregiver team. Hide

10 hours

South Dakota Adult Foster Care Staff - Annual Training

Our collection of courses for the annual training of Adult Foster Care Facility staff in South Dakota, is designed to align with the requirements stat See more

Our collection of courses for the annual training of Adult Foster Care Facility staff in South Dakota, is designed to align with the requirements stated in Section 44:77:04:04 - Caregiver training of the South Dakota Administrative Code.

This collection contains 9 courses, totalling 10 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, fire safety, emergency response, infection control, safety and falls prevention, residents’ rights, confidentiality, incident reporting, and responding to and reporting elder abuse.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create a customized annual training program for your South Dakota-based Adult Foster Care Facility staff. Hide

10 hours

South Dakota Adult Foster Care Staff - Orientation Training

Our collection of courses for the orientation training of Adult Foster Care Facility staff in South Dakota, is designed to align with the requirements See more

Our collection of courses for the orientation training of Adult Foster Care Facility staff in South Dakota, is designed to align with the requirements stated in Section 44:77:04:04 - Caregiver training of the South Dakota Administrative Code.

This collection contains 9 courses, totalling 10 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, fire safety, emergency response, infection control, safety and falls prevention, residents’ rights, confidentiality, incident reporting, and responding to and reporting elder abuse.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create a customized orientation training program for your South Dakota-based Adult Foster Care Facility staff. Hide

12 hours

South Dakota Assisted Living Facilities Staff - Annual Training

Our collection of courses for the annual training of Assisted Living Facility staff in South Dakota, is designed to align with the requirements stated See more

Our collection of courses for the annual training of Assisted Living Facility staff in South Dakota, is designed to align with the requirements stated in Section 44:70:04:04 - Personnel training of the South Dakota Administrative Code.

This collection contains 11 courses, totalling 12 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, fire safety, emergency response, infection control, safety and falls prevention, residents’ rights, confidentiality, incident reporting, nutrition and hydration, responding to and reporting elder abuse, behavioral supports including de-escalation strategies and techniques, and managing challenging behaviors in dementia care.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create a customized annual training program for your South Dakota-based Assisted Living Facility staff. Hide

12 hours

South Dakota Assisted Living Facilities Staff - Orientation Training

Our collection of courses for the orientation training of Assisted Living Facility staff in South Dakota, is designed to align with the requirements s See more

Our collection of courses for the orientation training of Assisted Living Facility staff in South Dakota, is designed to align with the requirements stated in Section 44:70:04:04 - Personnel training of the South Dakota Administrative Code.

This collection contains 11 courses, totalling 12 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, fire safety, emergency response, infection control, safety and falls prevention, residents’ rights, confidentiality, incident reporting, nutrition and hydration, responding to and reporting elder abuse, behavioral supports including de-escalation strategies and techniques, and managing challenging behaviors in dementia care.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create a customized orientation training program for your South Dakota-based Assisted Living Facility staff. Hide

8 hours

South Dakota In Home Aide - Annual Training

Our collection of courses for the annual training of non-medical In Home Aides in South Dakota. Though South Dakota does not regulate In Home Aides, w See more

Our collection of courses for the annual training of non-medical In Home Aides in South Dakota. Though South Dakota does not regulate In Home Aides, we recommend the following courses to improve your caregiver’s knowledge, and skills.

This collection contains 7 courses, totalling 8 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, communication, confidentiality, safety and emergencies, infection control, responding to and reporting elder abuse, working with clients with challenging behaviors, and an introduction to dementia care.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an educational, and engaging, annual training program for your South Dakota-based In Home Aide team. Hide

12 hours

South Dakota In Home Aide - Orientation Training

Our collection of courses for the orientation training of non-medical In Home Aides in South Dakota. Though South Dakota does not regulate In Home Aid See more

Our collection of courses for the orientation training of non-medical In Home Aides in South Dakota. Though South Dakota does not regulate In Home Aides, we recommend the following courses to improve your caregiver’s knowledge, professionalism, and skills.

This collection contains 11 courses, totalling 12 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, an overview of home care, professionalism, working with older adults, safety and emergencies, infection control, assisting with ADLs and iADLs, basic housekeeping, home management, meal preparation, and recognizing and reporting of elder abuse.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create a customized orientation training program for your South Dakota-based In Home Aide team. Hide

14 hours

South Dakota Residential Hospice Facilities Staff - Annual Training

Our collection of courses for the annual training of Residential Hospice Facility staff in South Dakota, is designed to align with the requirements st See more

Our collection of courses for the annual training of Residential Hospice Facility staff in South Dakota, is designed to align with the requirements stated in Section 44:80:04:04 - Personnel training of the South Dakota Administrative Code.

This collection contains 13 courses, totalling 14 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, fire safety, emergency response, infection control, safety and falls prevention, restraints use, residents’ rights, the philosophy of hospice care, final care of the dying person, confidentiality, incident reporting, nutrition and hydration, and feeding patients with swallowing difficulties.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create a customized annual training program for your South Dakota-based Residential Hospice Facility staff. Hide

14 hours

South Dakota Residential Hospice Facilities Staff - Orientation Training

Our collection of courses for the orientation training of Residential Hospice Facility staff in South Dakota, is designed to align with the requiremen See more

Our collection of courses for the orientation training of Residential Hospice Facility staff in South Dakota, is designed to align with the requirements stated in Section 44:80:04:04 - Personnel training of the South Dakota Administrative Code.

This collection contains 13 courses, totalling 14 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, fire safety, emergency response, infection control, safety and falls prevention, restraints use, residents’ rights, the philosophy of hospice care, final care of the dying person, confidentiality, incident reporting, nutrition and hydration, and feeding patients with swallowing difficulties.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create a customized orientation training program for your South Dakota-based Residential Hospice Facility staff. Hide

16 hours

Tennessee Assisted Care Living Facilities - Resident Assistant Staff - Annual Training

Our collection of courses for the annual training of Tennessee Assisted Care Living Facilities Resident Assistant Staff is designed to meet the requi See more

Our collection of courses for the annual training of Tennessee Assisted Care Living Facilities Resident Assistant Staff is designed to meet the requirements stated in Section 0720-26-.08 - Admissions, Discharges, and Transfers of the Tennessee Administrative Code.

This collection contains 14 courses, totalling 16 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, patients’ rights, client control and the independent living philosophy, communication, working with clients with challenging behaviors, assisting with ADLs and iADLs, the reporting of elder abuse, assisting with self-medication, range of motion and positioning, nutrition and hydration, incident reporting, infection control, safety and emergency response, and a course on person-centered dementia care.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an engaging, and educational, annual training program for your Tennessee-based Resident Assistant team. Hide

16 hours

Tennessee Assisted Care Living Facilities - Resident Assistant Staff - Orientation Training

Our collection of courses for the orientation training of Tennessee Assisted Care Living Facilities Resident Assistant Staff is designed to meet the See more

Our collection of courses for the orientation training of Tennessee Assisted Care Living Facilities Resident Assistant Staff is designed to meet the requirements stated in Section 0720-26-.08 - Admissions, Discharges, and Transfers of the Tennessee Administrative Code.

This collection contains 14 courses, totalling 16 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, patients’ rights, communication, working with clients with challenging behaviors, assisting with ADLs and iADLs, measuring vital signs, reporting and documentation, the reporting of elder abuse, infection control, safety and emergency response, ambulation and transfers, basic housekeeping, and an introduction to dementia care.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an effective, and easy to understand, orientation training program for your Tennessee-based Resident Assistant team. Hide

12 hours

Tennessee Personal Support Service Agencies - Personal Support Service Worker - Annual Training

Our collection of courses for the annual training of Tennessee Personal Support Service Agencies - Personal Support Service Workers is designed to mee See more

Our collection of courses for the annual training of Tennessee Personal Support Service Agencies - Personal Support Service Workers is designed to meet the requirements stated in Section 0940-05-38-.08 - Standardized Training and Continuing Education Requirements of the Tennessee Administrative Code.

This collection contains 11 courses, totalling 12 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, professionalism, recipients’ rights, the physical, emotional, and developmental characteristics of the population served, infection control, safety and emergency response, observation, reporting and documentation, incident reporting, the reporting of elder abuse, nutrition and meal preparation, safe transfers, and an introduction to dementia care.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an educational, and engaging, annual training program for your Tennessee-based Personal Support Service Worker team. Hide

12 hours

Tennessee Personal Support Service Agencies - Personal Support Service Worker - Orientation Training

Our collection of courses for the orientation training of Tennessee Personal Support Service Agencies - Personal Support Service Workers is designed t See more

Our collection of courses for the orientation training of Tennessee Personal Support Service Agencies - Personal Support Service Workers is designed to meet the requirements stated in Section 0940-05-38-.08 - Standardized Training and Continuing Education Requirements of the Tennessee Administrative Code.

This collection contains 10 courses, totalling 12 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, observation, reporting and documentation, communication skills, the reporting of elder abuse, recipients’ rights, infection control, assisting with ADLs and iADLs, safety and emergency response, assisting with medication, and home management.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an effective, and easy to understand, orientation training program for your Tennessee-based Personal Support Service Worker team. Hide

12 hours

Texas Adult Day Care - Direct Service Staff - Annual Training

Our collection of courses for the annual training of Adult Day Care Direct Service Staff is designed to align with the requirements in See more

Our collection of courses for the annual training of Adult Day Care Direct Service Staff is designed to align with the requirements in Section 559.62 - Program Requirements of the Texas Administrative Code.

Texas requires 3 hours of ongoing training per quarter for direct service staff. This collection contains 11 courses, totalling 12 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, patients’ rights, responding to and reporting elder abuse, infection control, emergency response, basic restorative measures to meet psychosocial needs, working with clients with challenging behaviors, behavioral supports, falls prevention, person centered dementia care, communication strategies in dementia care, and managing challenging behaviors in dementia care.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an educational, and informative, ongoing training program for your Texas-based Direct Service Staff team. Hide

18 hours

Texas Adult Day Care - Direct Service Staff - Initial Training

Our collection of courses for the initial training of Adult Day Care Direct Service Staff is designed to align with the requirements in See more

Our collection of courses for the initial training of Adult Day Care Direct Service Staff is designed to align with the requirements in Section 559.62 - Program Requirements of the Texas Administrative Code.

Texas requires 18 hours of initial training for direct service staff within the first 3 months of employment. This collection contains 16 courses, totalling 18 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, an overview on working with older adults, professionalism, confidentiality, communication, responding to and reporting elder abuse, basic first aid, infection control, emergency response, assisting with ADLs and iADLs, body mechanics, ambulation and transfers, safe patient handling, observation and reporting, incident reporting, and an introduction to dementia care.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an effective, and easy to understand, initial training program for your Texas-based Direct Service Staff team. Hide

10 hours

Texas Assisted Living Facility - Direct Care Staff - Annual Training

Our collection of courses for the annual training of Texas Assisted Living Facility Direct Care Staff is designed to align with the requirements in See more

Our collection of courses for the annual training of Texas Assisted Living Facility Direct Care Staff is designed to align with the requirements in Section 553.253 - Employee Qualifications and Training of the Texas Administrative Code. Four hours of dementia-related training, as specified by Section 247.0291 - Training Requirements For Staff Members Of Assisted Living Facilities Providing Care To Residents With Alzheimer's Disease Or Related Disorders of the Texas Administrative Code, are also included.

Texas requires 6 hours of annual training for Assisted Living Facility Direct Care Staff, plus an additional 4 hours of dementia related training for certain facilities. This collection contains 10 courses, totalling 10 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, one hour of required training on falls prevention, and one hour of required training on behavioral management, patients’ rights, client control, assisting with medication self-administration and medication side effects, and an overview of mental illness care. Four hours of dementia training include, an introduction to dementia care, person centered dementia care, communication strategies in dementia care, and managing challenging behaviors in dementia care.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an engaging, and educational, annual training program for your Texas-based Direct Care Staff team. Hide

20 hours

Texas Assisted Living Facility - Direct Care Staff - Orientation Training

Our collection of courses for the orientation training of Texas Assisted Living Facility Direct Care Staff is designed to align with the requirements See more

Our collection of courses for the orientation training of Texas Assisted Living Facility Direct Care Staff is designed to align with the requirements in Section 553.253 - Employee Qualifications and Training of the Texas Administrative Code.

Texas requires 4 hours of orientation training before Direct Care Staff assume any job responsibilities, and 16 hours of supervised training within the first 16 hours of employment following orientation. This collection contains 18 courses, totalling 20 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, patients’ rights, confidentiality, responding to and reporting elder abuse, infection control, emergency response, communication, an overview of working with older adults, assisting with ADLs and iADLs, resident care procedures for persons with problems related to age, disability, or illness, basic first aid, working with clients with challenging behaviors, behavioral supports, fall prevention, observation and reporting, and incident reporting. Courses to meet Texas dementia training requirements are included in our annual training for direct care staff, but can be added to this collection.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an effective, and easy to understand, orientation training program for your Texas-based Direct Care Staff team. Hide

12 hours

Texas Home and Community Support Services Agencies - Personal Care Attendant - Annual Training

Our collection of courses for the orientation training of Texas Personal Care Attendants is designed to align with the requirements in See more

Our collection of courses for the orientation training of Texas Personal Care Attendants is designed to align with the requirements in Section 558.245 - Staffing Policies of the Texas Administrative Code.

This collection contains 11 courses, totalling 12 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, patients’ rights, confidentiality, an overview of the characteristics of the population served by the agency, communication, infection control, safety and emergencies in the client’s home, falls prevention, observation and reporting, the reporting of elder abuse, incident reporting, and an introduction to dementia care.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an engaging, and informative, annual training program for your Texas-based Personal Care Attendant team. Hide

12 hours

Texas Home and Community Support Services Agencies - Personal Care Attendant - Orientation Training

Our collection of courses for the orientation training of Texas Personal Care Attendants is designed to align with the requirements in See more

Our collection of courses for the orientation training of Texas Personal Care Attendants is designed to align with the requirements in Section 47.25 - Attendant Orientation and Section 558.245 - Staffing Policies of the Texas Administrative Code.

This collection contains 11 courses, totalling 12 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, professionalism, providing care in a client’s home, an overview of the older adult population, assisting with ADLs and iADLs, ambulation and transfers, assisting with medication self-administration, range of motion and positioning, infection control, safety and emergencies in the client’s home, and working with clients with challenging behaviors.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an effective, and easy to understand, orientation training program for your Texas-based Personal Care Attendant team. Hide

17.5 hours

Texas Home Health Aide Training

Empower your caregivers, and ensure consistent training, with our comprehensive collection of e-learning courses designed to meet the rigorous trainin See more

Empower your caregivers, and ensure consistent training, with our comprehensive collection of e-learning courses designed to meet the rigorous training requirements for Texas Home Health Aides. Our cutting-edge curriculum equips your staff with the essential skills and knowledge needed to provide exceptional care to clients, ensuring full compliance with state regulations.

Our e-learning courses cover a wide range of critical topics, including patient safety, infection prevention and control, emergency response techniques, and effective communication. Each course integrates interactive elements, engaging multimedia, and real-world scenarios to create an immersive learning experience that fosters skill development and knowledge retention. By enrolling your caregivers in our training program, you're investing in the success of your agency, as well-trained staff leads to improved client outcomes, enhanced caregiver job satisfaction, and a stronger standing within the home health industry. Stay ahead of compliance requirements and demonstrate your commitment to excellence by opting for our comprehensive e-learning program, tailor-made for Texas Home Health Aide Training. Hide

18 hours

Utah Assisted Living Facilities - Direct Care Staff - Annual In Service Training

Our collection of courses for the annual In Service training of Assisted Living Staff in Utah is designed to align with the requirements stated in See more

Our collection of courses for the annual In Service training of Assisted Living Staff in Utah is designed to align with the requirements stated in Section R432-270-9 - Personnel of the Utah Administrative Code.

This collection contains 17 courses, totalling 18 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, nutrition and hydration, meal planning and food preparation, basic housekeeping, infection control, person-centered care, assisting with medication self-administration, body functions that must be reported, accidents and falls prevention, communication, basic first aid, residents’ rights, and the reporting of elder abuse. Five hours of dementia-specific training includes, an introduction to dementia care, communication strategies in dementia care, managing challenging behaviors in dementia, assisting older adults with dementia with bathing and personal care, and activities for older adults with dementia.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an educational, and engaging, annual in service training program for your Utah-based Assisted Living Direct Care team. Hide

8 hours

Utah Assisted Living Facilities - Direct Care Staff - Orientation Training

Our collection of courses for the orientation training of Assisted Living Staff in Utah is designed to align with the requirements stated in See more

Our collection of courses for the orientation training of Assisted Living Staff in Utah is designed to align with the requirements stated in Section R432-270-9 - Personnel of the Utah Administrative Code.

This collection contains 7 courses, totalling 8 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, ethics, confidentiality, residents’ rights, fire safety, emergency response, infection control, and the reporting of elder abuse.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create a customized orientation training program for your Utah-based Assisted Living Direct Care team. Hide

6 hours

Utah Personal Care Aide - Annual In Service Training

Our collection of courses for the annual in service training of Personal Care Aides in Utah is designed to align with the requirements stated in See more

Our collection of courses for the annual in service training of Personal Care Aides in Utah is designed to align with the requirements stated in Section R432-725-6 - Personnel of the Utah Administrative Code.

This collection contains 6 courses, totalling 6 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, professionalism, the reporting of elder abuse, falls prevention, safety and emergencies, working with clients with challenging behaviors, and an introduction to dementia care.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an educational, and engaging, annual training program for your Utah-based Personal Care Aide team. Hide

12 hours

Utah Personal Care Aide - Orientation Training

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Our collection of courses for the orientation training of Personal Care Aides in Utah is designed to align with the requirements stated in Section R432-725-8 - Orientation and Section R432-725-14 - Personal Care Aides of the Utah Administrative Code.

This collection contains 11 courses, totalling 12 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, an overview of the role of a personal care aide, ethics, confidentiality, patients’ rights, the reporting of elder abuse, basic first aid, assisting with ADLs and iADLs, infection control, safety and emergencies, and observation and reporting.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create a customized orientation training program for your Utah-based Personal Care Aide team. Hide

12 hours

Vermont Assisted Living Residence and Residential Care Homes - Direct Care Staff - Annual Training

Our collection of courses for the annual training of Vermont Assisted Living Residence and Residential Care Home Direct Care Staff, is designed to mee See more

Our collection of courses for the annual training of Vermont Assisted Living Residence and Residential Care Home Direct Care Staff, is designed to meet the requirements in Section 13 110 009 - Residential Care Home Licensing of the Vermont Administrative Code, and Vrmont’s Assisted Living Residence Licensing Regulations.

This collection contains 10 courses, totalling 12 hours of training, as required by Vermont state regulations, and covers a number of topics including, residents’ rights, communication, professionalism and ethics, characteristics of the population served by the residence, emergency response and fire safety, infection control, incident reporting, safe transfers and body mechanics, medication assistance, and the psychological, social, and physical needs of people living with dementia.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an educational, and engaging, annual training program for your Vermont-based Direct Care Staff team. Hide

12 hours

Vermont Assisted Living Residence and Residential Care Homes - Direct Care Staff - Orientation Training

Our collection of courses for the orientation training of Vermont Assisted Living Residence and Residential Care Home Direct Care Staff, is designed t See more

Our collection of courses for the orientation training of Vermont Assisted Living Residence and Residential Care Home Direct Care Staff, is designed to meet the requirements in Section 13 110 009 - Residential Care Home Licensing of the Vermont Administrative Code, and Vrmont’s Assisted Living Residence Licensing Regulations.

This collection contains 11 courses, totalling 12 hours of training, as required by Vermont state regulations, and covers a number of topics including, residents’ rights, confidentiality, characteristics of the population served by the residence, emergency response and fire safety, the reporting of elder abuse, professionalism and ethics, infection control, an introduction to dementia care, and courses on communication and managing challenging behaviors for residents living with dementia.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an informative, and easy to understand, orientation training program for your Vermont-based Direct Care Staff team. Hide

12 hours

Vermont Caregiver - Annual Training

Our recommended collection of courses for the annual training of Vermont non-medical caregivers. The state of Vermont does not regulate caregiver trai See more

Our recommended collection of courses for the annual training of Vermont non-medical caregivers. The state of Vermont does not regulate caregiver training, but we recommended the following courses for the continuing education training of caregivers in Vermont.

This collection contains 11 courses, totalling 12 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, client’s rights, confidentiality, infection control, emergency response, the reporting of elder abuse, falls prevention, safe transfers and body mechanics, body functions, incident reporting, medication self-administration assistance, and an introduction to dementia care.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an informative, and easy to understand, annual continuing education training program for your Vermont-based home caregiver team. Hide

12 hours

Vermont Caregiver - Orientation Training

Our recommended collection of courses for the orientation training of Vermont non-medical caregivers. The state of Vermont does not regulate caregiver See more

Our recommended collection of courses for the orientation training of Vermont non-medical caregivers. The state of Vermont does not regulate caregiver training, but we recommended the following courses for the first year of caregiver training with non-medical in-home care agencies in Vermont.

This collection contains 10 courses, totalling 12 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, professionalism and ethics, working with older adults, client’s rights, communication, infection control, emergency response, assisting with ADLs and iADLs, reporting and documentation, and the reporting of elder abuse.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an informative, and easy to understand, orientation training program that will prepare your Vermont-based caregiver team to provide excellent care. Hide

41.5 hours

Virginia 40 Hour Personal Care Aide Initial Training

Our collection of courses that meets the initial training requirements for Virginia Personal Care Aides as stated in See more

Our collection of courses that meets the initial training requirements for Virginia Personal Care Aides as stated in 12 Va. Admin. Code § 5-381-200. This collection contains 39 courses, totalling 41 hours, and covers a number of topics including, confidentiality, client's rights, reporting of abuse & neglect, emergency preparedness, infection control, and much more.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create the perfect initial training program for your Virginia-based Personal Care Aide team. Hide

18 hours

Virginia Assisted Living Care - Direct Care Staff - Annual Training

Our collection of courses for the annual training of Virginia Assisted Living Facility, Direct Care Staff, is designed to meet the requirements stated See more

Our collection of courses for the annual training of Virginia Assisted Living Facility, Direct Care Staff, is designed to meet the requirements stated in 22VAC40-73-110. Staff general qualifications of Virginia’s Administrative Code.

This collection contains 17 courses, totalling 18 hours of training as required by Virginia state regulations, and covers a number of topics including, patient’s rights, confidentiality, the reporting of elder abuse, infection control, emergency response, incident reporting, the care of persons confined to a bed, safe transfers, and includes 4 hours of training on dementia-related topics.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create a comprehensive annual training program for your Virginia-based Assisted Living, Direct Care Staff. Hide

18.5 hours

Virginia Assisted Living Care - Direct Care Staff - Orientation Training

Our collection of courses for the initial training of Virginia Assisted Living Facility, Direct Care Staff, is designed to meet the requirements state See more

Our collection of courses for the initial training of Virginia Assisted Living Facility, Direct Care Staff, is designed to meet the requirements stated in 22VAC40-73-110. Staff general qualifications of Virginia’s Administrative Code.

This collection contains 17 courses, totalling 18.5 hours of training as required by Virginia state regulations, and covers a number of topics including, patient’s rights, confidentiality, the reporting of elder abuse, infection control, emergency response, incident reporting, and includes 4 hours of training on dementia-related topics. The collection is broken down into two sections; the first section must be required in the first seven working days, while the remainder must be completed before the end of the first year of employment.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an effective, and easy to understand, orientation training program for your Virginia-based Assisted Living, Direct Care Staff. Hide

8 hours

Virginia Homemaker/Companion Annual Training

Our collection of courses designed for conitnuing education of Homemaker/Companions in Virginia per the requirements stated in See more

Our collection of courses designed for conitnuing education of Homemaker/Companions in Virginia per the requirements stated in Virginia Section 12VAC30-122-340 - Companion service.

Though training should be personalized to the individual Companion, these courses represent the most frequently requested courses for ongoing Homemaker/Companion education in Virginia. This collection contains 7 courses, totalling 8 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, communication, cultural competence, confidentiality, incident reporting, infectioncontrol, and and introductory course on dementia.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an informative annual training program for your Virginia-based Homemaker/Companion team. Hide

8 hours

Virginia Homemaker/Companion Initial Training

Our collection of courses prepares new Homemaker/Companions in Virginia per the requirements stated in See more

Our collection of courses prepares new Homemaker/Companions in Virginia per the requirements stated in Virginia Section 12VAC30-122-340 - Companion service. This collection contains 8 courses, totalling 8 hours of training, and covers a number of topics including, clients' rights, reporting of abuse & neglect, assisting with instrumental activities of daily living, safety and emergencies, basic housekeeping and meal preparation.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create the perfect initial training program for your Virginia-based Homemaker/Companion team. Hide

12 hours

Virginia Personal Care Aide - Annual Training

Our collection of courses that meets the annual training requirements for Virginia Personal Care Aides. This collection contains 11 courses, totalling See more

Our collection of courses that meets the annual training requirements for Virginia Personal Care Aides. This collection contains 11 courses, totalling 12 hours of education, and covers a number of topics including, client's rights, elder abuse, infection control, caring for client's with dementia, and managing caregiver burnout.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an effective and informative annual training program for your Virginia-based Personal Care Aide team. Hide

14 hours

Virginia Residential Care Facilities - Direct Care Staff - Annual Training

Our collection of courses for the annual training of Virginia Residential Living Care Facility, Direct Care Staff, is designed to meet the requirement See more

Our collection of courses for the annual training of Virginia Residential Living Care Facility, Direct Care Staff, is designed to meet the requirements stated in 22VAC40-73-110. Staff general qualifications of Virginia’s Administrative Code.

This collection contains 13 courses, totalling 14 hours of training as required by Virginia state regulations, and covers a number of topics including, patient’s rights, confidentiality, the reporting of elder abuse, infection control, emergency response, incident reporting, and includes 4 hours of training on dementia-related topics.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create a comprehensive annual training program for your Virginia-based Residential Living Care, Direct Care Staff. Hide

14.5 hours

Virginia Residential Care Facilities - Direct Care Staff - Orientation Training

Our collection of courses for the initial training of Virginia Residential Living Care Facility, Direct Care Staff, is designed to meet the requiremen See more

Our collection of courses for the initial training of Virginia Residential Living Care Facility, Direct Care Staff, is designed to meet the requirements stated in 22VAC40-73-110. Staff general qualifications of Virginia’s Administrative Code.

This collection contains 13 courses, totalling 14.5 hours of training as required by Virginia state regulations, and covers a number of topics including, patient’s rights, confidentiality, the reporting of elder abuse, infection control, emergency response, incident reporting, and includes 4 hours of training on dementia-related topics. The collection is broken down into two sections; the first section must be required in the first seven working days, while the remainder must be completed before the end of the first year of employment.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an effective, and easy to understand, orientation training program for your Virginia-based Residential Living Care, Direct Care Staff. Hide

15 hours

Wisconsin Community Based Residential Facility (CBRF) - Resident Care Staff - Annual Training

Our collection of courses for the annual continuing education training of Wisconsin Community Based Residential Facilities (CBRF) - Resident Care Staf See more

Our collection of courses for the annual continuing education training of Wisconsin Community Based Residential Facilities (CBRF) - Resident Care Staff, is aligned with the requirements stated in DHS 83.25 - Continuing education. of Wisconsin’s Administrative Code.

This collection contains 14 courses, totalling 15 hours of training as required by Wisconsin state regulations, and covers a number of topics including, patient’s rights, the reporting of elder abuse, standard precautions, working with challenging behaviors, emergency response, incident reporting, and includes 3 hours of training on dementia-related topics.

This collection can be used as is, or combined with any of our other courses to create an effective, and easy to understand, orientation training program for your Wisconsin-based Resident Care Staff. Hide

15.5 hours

Ω Assisted Living Facility Core Training

Elevate your assisted living facility's caregiving standards with our specialized e-learning courses carefully designed to meet your needs. Our compre See more

Elevate your assisted living facility's caregiving standards with our specialized e-learning courses carefully designed to meet your needs. Our comprehensive curriculum empowers your staff with the expertise and confidence needed to provide compassionate and competent care to residents, while ensuring adherence to state and federal regulations.

Our courses cover a diverse range of essential topics, from resident-centered care and emergency response to infection control and ethical considerations. With interactive modules and multimedia-rich content, our training program offers an engaging and impactful learning experience that promotes practical skill application. By investing in our comprehensive e-learning courses, your facility not only meets regulatory requirements but also showcases itself as a leader in resident care and safety. Our user-friendly learning management system enables easy progress tracking, ensuring your staff's continuous growth and readiness to provide exceptional care. Empower your caregivers and set your assisted living facility on a path to success by signing up for our specialized e-learning program today. Hide

11 hours

Ω Caregiver Core Training

Our Caregiver Core Training collection offers a series of online courses, specifically designed to provide caregivers with the essential knowledge and See more

Our Caregiver Core Training collection offers a series of online courses, specifically designed to provide caregivers with the essential knowledge and skills required to excel in their roles. This curriculum covers a wide range of crucial topics, including understanding the needs of different populations, providing personal care assistance, assisting with Activities of Daily Living, ensuring safety and infection control, and fostering effective communication with clients and their families.

Through engaging multimedia content, and interactive modules, participants will gain a deep understanding of the caregiving process and learn how to provide compassionate and person-centered care to those they serve. The flexible and accessible online platform enables learners to progress at their own pace, making it an ideal choice for both aspiring caregivers entering the profession and experienced caregivers seeking to enhance their expertise. Upon completing the Caregiver Core Training, graduates will be equipped with the competence and confidence to make a meaningful difference in the lives of their clients, promoting dignity, independence, and an improved quality of life through their dedicated and empathetic approach to caregiving. Hide

24.5 hours

Ω Complete Dementia Care Training

Immerse your team in the most comprehensive dementia training program available with our ground-up designed collection of e-learning courses. Our prog See more

Immerse your team in the most comprehensive dementia training program available with our ground-up designed collection of e-learning courses. Our program is thoughtfully crafted to equip your staff with the knowledge, skills, and empathy needed to provide unparalleled care to individuals with dementia.

Our e-learning curriculum covers a wide range of essential topics, including dementia types, symptom management, communication techniques, and person-centered care approaches. Each course module is enriched with interactive elements, engaging multimedia, and real-life scenarios to foster a deeper understanding of dementia's complexities. By enrolling in our program, your organization can confidently enhance the quality of care provided to dementia patients, resulting in improved resident satisfaction, staff confidence, and overall operational excellence. Don't miss this opportunity to elevate your caregiving standards with our comprehensive dementia training program. Hide

11.5 hours

Ω Dementia Care Essentials

Our Dementia Care Essentials collection has been curated to provide caregivers with the fundamental knowledge and skills needed for dementia care. The See more

Our Dementia Care Essentials collection has been curated to provide caregivers with the fundamental knowledge and skills needed for dementia care. The program covers a range of courses that delve into the basics of dementia care, enabling caregivers to deliver compassionate and effective support to individuals living with dementia.

These introductory courses lay the groundwork for effective dementia care by familiarizing caregivers with different types of dementia, their symptoms, and the underlying science of the condition. Caregivers will gain a clear understanding of the unique challenges faced by individuals with dementia, empowering them to respond with empathy and sensitivity. Caregivers will learn crucial techniques for providing person-centered care, and effective communication strategies in dementia care. Hide

4 hours

Ω Elder Abuse

Safeguard your organization and empower your staff with our comprehensive collection of e-learning courses about Elder Abuse. In an era where the prot See more

Safeguard your organization and empower your staff with our comprehensive collection of e-learning courses about Elder Abuse. In an era where the protection and well-being of our senior citizens are paramount, our courses are designed to equip your team with the knowledge and skills needed to recognize, prevent, and address elder abuse effectively.

Our Elder Abuse program covers a wide spectrum of topics, from identifying signs of abuse to understanding legal obligations and reporting procedures. Additionally we cover patients’ rights, and ways to minimize caregiver burnout. Each course module is enriched with interactive elements, real-world case studies, and expert insights, creating an immersive learning experience that fosters both awareness and competence. By enrolling your staff in our training, you're not only ensuring regulatory compliance but also demonstrating your commitment to the highest standards of care. Hide

12 hours

Ω Home Health Aide Core Training

Our Home Health Aide Core Training collection offers a comprehensive and accessible online learning experience, tailored to equip individuals with the See more

Our Home Health Aide Core Training collection offers a comprehensive and accessible online learning experience, tailored to equip individuals with the essential expertise required to become competent and compassionate home health aides. This collection covers a diverse array of fundamental topics, ranging from personal care assistance and vital signs monitoring to infection control, support for Activities of Daily Living, and effective communication with diverse clients and their families.

Through engaging multimedia content, interactive modules, and practical simulations, participants will acquire a thorough understanding of the roles and responsibilities involved in providing exemplary home healthcare services. Whether you are just embarking on a career in the healthcare industry or seeking to enhance your existing skill set, these courses provide a flexible and convenient platform for self-paced learning. By completing the Home Health Aide Core training, learners will be fully prepared to make a positive impact in the lives of clients by delivering personalized care and support in the comfort of their homes, fostering independence, and improving overall well-being. Hide

16.5 hours

Ω Hospice Aide Core Training

Elevate your hospice care team's capabilities with our comprehensive collection of e-learning courses, meticulously crafted to meet the stringent requ See more

Elevate your hospice care team's capabilities with our comprehensive collection of e-learning courses, meticulously crafted to meet the stringent requirements of Hospice Aide Training as outlined in 42 CFR 418.76. Our cutting-edge curriculum empowers your aides with the knowledge and skills needed to provide compassionate, high-quality end-of-life care while ensuring strict compliance with federal regulations.

Our e-learning courses cover a wide range of crucial topics, including emergency procedures, psychosocial support, communication strategies, and ethical considerations. Each course is enriched with interactive elements, engaging multimedia, and real-life scenarios, creating an immersive learning experience that fosters skill development and knowledge retention. By enrolling your hospice aides in our training program, you're investing in the success of your organization. Well-trained staff leads to improved patient and family satisfaction, enhanced staff morale, and a distinguished reputation in the healthcare industry. Stay ahead of compliance requirements and showcase your commitment to excellence in hospice care by choosing our comprehensive e-learning program tailored specifically for 42 CFR 418.76 Hospice Aide Training regulations. Hide

11.5 hours

Ω Personal Care Aide Core Training

Our Personal Care Aide Core Training collection offers a comprehensive and specialized online learning program designed to equip individuals with the See more

Our Personal Care Aide Core Training collection offers a comprehensive and specialized online learning program designed to equip individuals with the essential skills and knowledge needed to excel as personal care aides. This carefully crafted curriculum covers a wide range of critical topics, including patients rights, assisting with daily living activities, medication management, safe patient handling, safety protocols, infection control, and effective communication with clients and their families.

Through interactive modules, and practical exercises, participants will gain a deep understanding of the roles and responsibilities involved in providing personalized care to individuals in need. The flexible and accessible online platform allows learners to progress at their own pace, making it an ideal choice for those seeking to launch a rewarding career in the healthcare industry or further enhance their existing caregiving skills. By completing the Personal Care Aide Core Training, graduates will be well-prepared to deliver compassionate, person-centered care, and positively impact the lives of their clients by promoting independence, dignity, and improved quality of life. Hide

11 hours

Ω Recommended Additional Training for Care Professionals

This collection of online courses is recommended for care professionals with existing experience and training. It offers a comprehensive and advanced See more

This collection of online courses is recommended for care professionals with existing experience and training. It offers a comprehensive and advanced learning experience tailored to empower care professionals with specialized skills and knowledge. Designed to complement a caregivers existing expertise, this curriculum covers a diverse array of essential topics, including advanced caregiving techniques, expanded instruction on assisting with Activities of Daily Living, instrumental Activities of Daily Living, dementia management, and tools to manage caregiver burnout.

Through engaging and interactive modules, case studies, and practical simulations, participants will deepen their understanding of complex care scenarios and enhance their ability to provide personalized and effective care to diverse populations. This additional training not only equips care professionals to meet the unique needs of their clients but also elevates their professional development, opening up new opportunities for growth and career advancement. By completing the courses in the "Recommended Additional Training for Care Professionals" collection, caregivers will gain the expertise and confidence to address complex care challenges with sensitivity, compassion, and competence, ensuring the highest standard of care for those they serve. Hide