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Home Health Aide (HHA) Training

Frequently Asked Questions

What home health aide training does CareAcademy offer?

CareAcademy’s HHA training curriculum covers topics to meet the federal HHA training standards such as dementia care, incident reporting and end-of-life care.

What are the benefits of online home health aide training?
Online training lets home health aides complete courses on their own schedule. And with CareAcademy’s simple dashboard, admins can easily set up a training schedule, see who’s completed training, and access an audit-ready log of completed training. Based on the schedule you define, CareAcademy can automatically notify employees when they need to complete training.

How long is home health aide training?
HHA training is 75 hours over six weeks, with 59 hours of that training online.
How do I know whether employees are completing their home health aide training courses?

To see employee progress on training, just log into your dashboard from your computer or mobile device. You’ll be able to see who’s on track to complete training and who’s falling behind.

Does CareAcademy provide in-person training for home health aides?

CareAcademy provides your RN instructors with everything they need to complete the full 75 hours of training including guides on how to administer the 59 hours of online classes and detailed guides for conducting the 16 hours of in-person training — program guide, instructor manuals, weekly outlines, handouts, lesson plans, and skills checklists.

Does CareAcademy offer advanced certifications for home health aides?

CareAcademy offers several advanced certifications, such as stroke recovery care, heart disease care, and diabetes care.

Does CareAcademy offer HHA training courses required in my state?

CareAcademy HHA training meets federal HHA standards. Some agencies require no approval, some require agency approval and more than the federal minimum. Speak to a training expert for details.

We offer HHA training in these states:

  1. Alabama
  2. Arizona
  3. Arkansas
  4. Colorado
  5. Connecticut
  6. Delaware
  7. Florida 
  8. Georgia
  9. Indiana
  10. Iowa
  11. Kentucky
  12. Louisiana
  13. Massachusetts 
  14. Michigan
  15. Minnesota
  16. Mississippi
  17. Missouri
  18. Nebraska
  19. New Jersey
  20. New Mexico
  21. North Dakota 
  22. Ohio
  23. Pennsylvania
  24. South Carolina
  25. South Dakota
  26. Tennessee
  27. Texas
  28. Virginia
  29. West Virginia
How does online home health aide training help me attract top talent?

CareAcademy’s CAREer Path Initiative helps home health agencies recruit and retain talent with upskilling opportunities and college credit for caregiver courses.

What’s the cost of home health aide training?

Monthly pricing for CareAcademy ranges from $119 for startup agencies to $349 for high-volume agencies, with custom enterprise pricing available upon request. Please contact us for more information.

Create new opportunities with streamlined caregiver training

Conduct more trainings without adding instructors

With more than 75% of the training online, you can ramp up recruitment of HHAs with existing staff.

Meet federal and state-specific standards

Our program meets the CMS Conditions of Participation (42 CFR § 484.80), and we’ll work with you to determine eligibility in your state.

Simplify instructor preparation

We provide your RN instructor with the curriculum and materials to teach hands-on skills in one to four hours of classroom instruction per week.

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