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Top Places to work!
Developmental Disabilities Facilities
Residential Care Facilities
Assisted Living Facilities
Nursing Care Facilties
Upon completion of the program you'll be certified in the following:
Certified Home Health Aide (CHHA)
This credential is certified by New York State Department of Health.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Home Health Aides held approximately 875,100 jobs in 2012.
Hands On Experience
Learn skills like bathing, grooming and helping patients in and out of bed; helping with artificial limbs; giving massages; assisting with physical therapy exercises; acting as a companion or friend; providing emotional support to the patient and their families.
Home health aide should be strong communicators, great listeners and caring individuals passionate about the well-being of their patients.
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