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Individual Support - Aged/Home Care Certification Guide (Certificate III In Individual Support)

What exactly is home health care and how do you enter this booming market? As indicated by its name, home health care is simply health care provided for those that require assistance in their home. It shouldn't be confuse from basic home care, which does not account for the trained medical care that is provided.

Certificate III In Individual Support - Home And Community

This Certificate III in Individual Support qualification reflects the role of workers in the community and/or residential setting who follow an individualised plan to provide person-centred support to people who may require support due to ageing, disability or some other reason.

How Do I Become a Certified Home Health Aide?

Brief and Straightforward Guide: How Do I Become a Certified Home Health Aide? (with pictures)

How to Obtain a Home Health Care Aide Certificate | eHow

How to Obtain a Home Health Care Aide Certificate. Home healthcare aides, also called home caregivers and residential assistants, help elderly, disabled, and ill people to live in their own homes by working with clients who need more extensive care than family can provide. In addition to helping clients with household chores, shopping, cooking, and...

How to Become a Home Health Care Aide

How to Become a Home Health Care Aide. Home health care aides provide services for individuals that are ill, disabled or impaired and are in need of assistance. Work duties may take place within health care facilities, nursing homes,...

A New Credential for Home Care Aides

The Direct Care Alliance sees its new testing program as key to elevating the home care work force. Families seeking to hire a competent caregiver stand to benefit, too.

Hiring Private Duty Home Care Workers: Why Work through an Agency?

Information on Long Term Care - Caregiving information, support and resources for family and professional caregivers including disease specific articles, expert answers and email newsletters.

Lots Of Responsibility For In-Home Care Providers — But No Training Required

The lack of instruction even in CPR and first aid in California program puts clients at risk, according to experts, advocates and some caregivers.