Home Health Aide
Sometimes house calls are the best medicine.
Providing healthcare services in the home setting is a trend that is growing along with the ranks of the nation's elderly. Maintaining an independent life in their own homes is not only preferred by most seniors, it also contributes to their prospects for longer life. Home Health Aides (HHA) are at the forefront of the home healthcare movement, providing the essential services that make life at home safe and healthy for seniors.
The HHA certification program will prepare you to take the test for certification in the state of Kansas. Working with instructors who are experienced caregivers themselves, you'll learn to provide all the daily care and support necessary to keep your patient in the home as well as active in the community.
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Kicking off 2021, students qualifying for the Kansas Promise Scholarship can now go after their Home Health Aide training and have their costs for tuition, fees and books paid for by the state. That’s right – tuition, fees and books at no out-of-pocket cost. This revolutionary $10 million program only gets better with the Butler Advantage – quality microsoft office education respected by employers. Get the Butler Advantage! Visit our Kansas Promise Act webpage to review scholarship qualifications, learn about the application process, and check out other eligible programs.
Prerequisites for Home Health Aide (AH 117, 2 credit hours)
- Must be a Certified Nurse Aide in Kansas or have just completed AH 122 Certified Nurse Aide for Kansas Nursing Homes with a C or better.
- Student must take the ASSET exam.
- Bring the following on the first day of class: copy of Certified Nurse Aide Card number
- Each student must pay a $20 fee for the state exam. This is collected with tuition.
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