Dementia & Caregiving Essential Online Training Courses

40 HOURS OF TRAINING NOW FOR ONLY $150.

Train to become a private pay Caregiver and start earning $18 - $25 an hour*.  We slashed our price from $275 to $150!

 

Complete the courses right from your smartphone or computer.  Courses are made up of instructional videos conducted by Registered Nurses.  You will have to complete and pass exams after each video to receive certificates of completion.  Get the same training Home Health Aides receive without the need to attending an in-person classes.  This training is not for an HHA Certificate.  This training is available for new and experienced caregivers interested in learning and enhancing their skills to better service Private Paying clients.   The course is comprised of 40 hours of videos and exams.  Below are just some of the classes included in the training.  Register today!

* Hourly earning varies from state to state and is the sole discretion of the paying client.  

Housekeeping
Housekeeping

This class covers the essential housekeeping tasks that caregivers may perform for their clients. Caregivers will learn general tips for housekeeping, safe use of cleaning products, and how to clean and tidy different rooms within the client's home. Caregivers will also learn how to do laundry, make beds, and run errands for the client.

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Client-Specific Conditions
Client-Specific Conditions

This class teaches caregivers about cancer, what is unique about cancer in an older adult, cancer treatments, cancer symptoms, and potential caregiver tasks. After understanding what cancer is and how it can affect older adults differently, caregivers will be prepared to care for older adults and specific challenges they face when diagnosed and living with cancer. The class also provides an overview of Parkinson's Disease Care.

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Working as a Caregiver
Working as a Caregiver

This class teaches caregivers Coping Skills, Improving Caregiver Empathy, and What it means to be a professional caregiver.

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Communication
Communication

This class teaches caregivers strategies for communicating with older adults who have impairments such as hearing, vision, or memory loss. The class also covers how to apply good communication skills to manage difficult client behaviors and events; problem-solving skills for professional caregivers; and how to recognize cultural differences and identify strategies for communicating effectively with those whose language and cultural background differs from yours.

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Assisting with Daily Living
Assisting with Daily Living

In this class, caregivers learn about instrumental activities of daily living (IADLs) and how to assist older adults with activities such as meal preparation, medication self-administration, social connections, and transportation. Topics also include Nutrition & Food Preparation; Transfers & Mobility Equipment; Assisting with Elimination Needs; and Non-Drug Pain Management.

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Maintaining a Clean & Healthy Environment
Maintaining a Clean & Healthy Environment

In this class, caregivers learn how to maintain a clean and healthy environment for the older adults in their lives. Topics discussed include standard precautions (also known as Universal Precautions) including hand hygiene and the use of personal protective equipment, and how to dispose of sharps and other contaminated materials and equipment.

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What it means to be a professional Caregiver
What it means to be a professional Caregiver

The course teaches new and experienced caregivers how to prepare to meet clients. The course discusses professionalism, how to interact with clients and their families, how to interact with teammates, and understanding advanced directives. Caregivers will also learn the importance of workplace safety, the importance of self-care, and how to protect themselves from danger on the job.

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Elder Abuse Prevention & HIPPA
Elder Abuse Prevention & HIPPA

In this class, caregivers will learn about client's privacy, security (Confidentiality), and related rights. Topic includes elder abuse and neglect, including how to prevent it and report it if it does occur. Forms of abuse including verbal, physical, emotional, sexual and financial abuse.

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