Prepares individuals to work as a Home Health Aide. Classroom is enhanced by laboratory practice and clinical experience.
Using the standardized New York State curriculum, this program prepares individuals to work as a home health aide in either a home setting or an assisted living facility. Classroom theory is enhanced by laboratory practice and clinical experience.
Occupation Specific Tasks:
Home Health Aide duties include providing routine personal care and basic health care in the patient’s own home. Their clients primarily include elderly people and individuals with long-term illnesses and disabilities. Most home health aides are employed by hospitals and health care agencies, although some are self-employed.
High School Diploma or GED
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Career / Educational Options:
Home Health Aide in a home or private setting. Ability to continue training in health care field as a Certified Nurse Assistant, Licensed Practical Nurse, Registered Nurse or other health care professional.
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*MUST MEET SUNY/REOC Requirements.
**Requirements may vary by program/course and are subject to change without notice.
Immunization records, Income verification, US Citizenship or Legal Alien status and Picture Identification required for ALL programs. Please call (585) 232-2730 ext. 235 for the most up-to-date information. The Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE) is given to all applicants to ensure that program reading and/or math requirements are met, and to ensure program completion and success.
Programs, courses descriptions, fees and schedules are subject to change without notice.
REOC does not discriminate on any basis. REOC facilities meet accessibility guidelines.
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