Who is a Certified Home Health Aide(HHA) ?
A Home Health Aide is a healthcare provider that assists patients with daily activities such as getting dressed and bathed. To maintain the cleanliness and well-being of patients receiving at-home treatment, they could also be in charge of minor housekeeping tasks like washing laundry or doing the dishes.
Home Health Aides (HHAs), where these compassionate professionals play pivotal roles in various capacities. Whether serving as caregivers, collaborating with home care agencies, or supporting elderly and infant care, HHAs offer tailored assistance. With flexibility in duty hours, including 12-hour and 24-hour shifts, they ensure continuous, compassionate care for individuals in the comfort of their homes. Home Health Aides are versatile, adaptable, and committed to providing personalized and quality healthcare services to meet the unique needs of their clients.
About The Course:
Become a Home Health Aide with our expert-led training program. You will bring compassionate care into patients’ homes and improve quality of life through our personalized approach. IEMS’s experienced faculty equips students with the skills needed to provide basic nursing, personal care, and daily living assistance to elderly, disabled, or chronically ill patients. The course emphasizes patience, empathy, and attentiveness to each patient’s unique needs.
The comprehensive curriculum covers:
- Assisting with daily activities like bathing, dressing, grooming, and eating
- Monitoring and reporting on patients’ condition
- Human anatomy, physiology, and nutrition
- Administering medications and treatments
- Preventing pressure sores through proper skin care
- Lifting and moving patients safely
- Communicating effectively with patients and caregivers
- Emergency First Aid
We believe caring for others starts with caring for oneself. Our program instills self-care techniques to manage stress and avoid burnout.
With a blend of classroom learning and practical experience, our students gain the knowledge, competencies, and confidence to launch meaningful careers. If you have a passion for helping others live life to the fullest, contact us today to get started.
Min. Eligibility: Preferably Class X, but Class VIII is also considered in certain situations
Course Duration: Basic – 2 Months
- Assist patient in bathing
- Assist patient in grooming
- Individual in dressing-up
- Support patient to eat and drink
- Assist individual in maintaining normal elimination
- Prevent and control infection in the home setting
- Communicate with geriatric/paralytic/ immobile patient and their care