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Home Health Aide in Los Angeles

Achieve certification as a Home Health Aide through the renowned Los Angeles Skills Academy.

Earn your Home Health Aide certification through our comprehensive courses. Gain the vital expertise needed to offer home-based support to the elderly, disabled, chronically ill, or hospice patients.

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15 - 19 JANUARY, 2024
$200

LASA Alumni:

40-HOUR COURSE

$299 (or $100 off when you join the waitlist)

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Home Health Aide

40- Hour Home Health Aide Course
for new and existing CNAs
No state exams needed
Get certified with Los Angeles Skills Academy

Classes will start January 15, 2024

Join the waitlist and receive $100 off your tuition.

Restorative Nursing Assistant (RNA)

Become an RNA with Los Angeles Skills Academy.
This robust course focuses on Restorative Nursing, assisting physical therapists, turning + repositioning post-acute/ post-surgical patients, feeding with special needs and nutrition, weights and measurements.

16 hour class - starts in February 12, 2024


get $100 off when you join the waitlist

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EKG Technician Certification

This course prepares you for the
NHA Certified EKG Technician (CET) exam
Exam optional for those not seeking certification.

Requirement: HS Diploma/ GED or equivalent.

What is a Certified EKG Technician?
EKG Techs test the electronic activity of the heart through small electrode patches attached to the body - helping people of all ages prevent and treat heart disease. As an EKG tech, you may perform some or all of the following tasks:

  • Set up and administer EKGs (electrocardiograms) and stress tests

  • Prepare patients for Holter or ambulatory monitoring

  • Edit and deliver final test results to physicians for analysis

  • Schedule appointments

  • Transcribe physicians' interpretations


Class Starts February 12, 2024
Online
Tuition: $1900
Join the waitlist for $200 off the tuition.

Topics Covered

In the comprehensive Home Health Aide (HHA) training program, prospective caregivers and home health aides gain crucial proficiency in delivering non-medical assistance and support to patients within the comfort of their own homes. This facilitates the preservation of the patient's quality of life and aids in managing everyday living activities.

Participants in the course will become adept in a variety of key areas:

  • Personal hygiene and daily care techniques for patients.

  • Techniques for ensuring safe patient handling and mobility aids.

  • Nutritional guidance and meal preparation for diverse dietary needs.

  • Best practices for infection control and reducing the spread of illness.

  • Effective strategies for communication and fostering interpersonal relationships.

  • Foundational medical terminology relevant to home healthcare.

  • Procedures for monitoring and recording vital signs.

  • Instruction in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and administering first aid.

  • Overview of medication management and adherence strategies.

  • Specialized care approaches for chronic conditions such as dementia and diabetes.

  • Compassionate end-of-life care practices and hospice support skills.

  • Preparedness for emergency situations with appropriate safety measures.

  • Awareness of the ethical and legal frameworks relating to patient care.

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Prerequisites

This course is designed to be accessible and does not necessitate any prior experience or qualifications.

Student Responsibility

For appropriate attire, students are required to wear attire that includes scrubs designed for comfort, a gait belt for safety and support, and sturdy athletic footwear.

Course Materials Provided

Students enrolled in the Home Health Aide course will receive course materials.

Why Become a Certified Home Health Aide?

Achieving certification as a Home Health Aide not only fulfills the essential qualifications for the role but opens the door to a wealth of career benefits:

  • Comply with the regulatory standards set for Home Health Aides.

  • Step into a sector with growing demand and heightened appreciation for in-home caregiving.

  • Broaden your job prospects with enhanced employability.

  • Enjoy the flexibility to opt for either full-time or part-time work commitments.

  • Lay the groundwork for potential career progression to positions such as Registered Nurses (RN) or Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA).

  • Make a heartfelt difference in the lives of individuals and their families, offering comfort and compassionate care.

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Why Choose Los Angeles Skills Academy for Your Home Health Aide Certification

  • Originating from a desire to foster excellence in healthcare, our founders are seasoned American Red Cross Nurse Assistant Training professionals.

  • Our educators don't just teach; they bring over a decade of real-world experience to the classroom, ensuring you learn from the best.

  • We believe in the power of practical learning which is why our innovative, hands-on clinical training sets the standard in healthcare education.

  • As an honored official provider of the American Red Cross Nurse Assistant Training Program, we offer benchmarked quality and renowned certifications.

  • Gain peace of mind knowing that your certification is valued statewide with our approval by the California Department of Public Health.

Find Out More About Our Classes

Home Health Aide Services: Frequently Asked Questions

  • Where can I find the registration files and where do I submit them?
    You may find the registration forms at https://www.laskillsacademy.com/account/registration.
  • When are the registration files due?
    The dates are specific to the CNA program/class but here is a basic timeline of when you would be expected to submit the forms: Background Authorization: Due immediately after enrolling Physical/TB Forms: Due by orientation date Registration Forms/Enrollment Agreement: Due immediately after enrolling. You may complete all the forms online. Go to your account > Registration or https://www.laskillsacademy.com/account/registration
  • I submitted the files, but don't know if they went thorough"
    Once you submit a form/file, there should be a green success message that pops up by the submit button. You will also get an automated email confirming that you submit that file. If you did not receive an email, you may email support@laskillsacademy.com to confirm that we received your files. Or chat with us on the right lower corner of your phone or screen.
  • I do not have a scanner, how do I submit the signed documents?"
    You may complete the digital form under https://www.laskillsacademy.com/account/registration. TB, Physica, physical exam forms, covid vaccine records, flu shot records, and other medical documents should be emailed to documents@laskillscademy.com
  • How long is CNA training?
    CNA training includes 60 hours of classroom/online theory lecture and 100 hours of supervised hands-on clinical experience at a local Skilled Nursing Facility. After successfully completing our CNA courses and passing the California Nurse Assistant State Exam, you will receive your nursing assistant certificate. Approximate time frame from start to finish: FastTrack - 1 month Part-Time Evenings - 2 months Part-Time Weekend - 3 Months
  • When are physical exams and TB tests due?
    Physical exams and TB tests for our Nursing Assistant Training (CNA Program) are due by your orientation date. If you are waiting for results and can not submit by orientation, you may submit the paperwork by the first day of class. Any other extension are provided on a case by case basis. Please call the office to discuss your options.
  • Where can I get a physical exam and TB test?
    You can get them from your primary care physician or from urgent care clinics close to you. Please be sure to print our forms and take these forms to your doctor/ clinic. Download the blank physical exam form here Here are some of the Urgent Care Clinics you can go to in the Long Beach and Valley area at a reasonable cost. You may get your physical TB test and/or Chest X-ray in these locations. WellnessMart Laboratory Testing https://wellnessmart.com/contact/ Available in LA County, Orange County, San Bernardino County and many more locations. Open • Closes 6:30 PM Hours or services may vary Minute Clinic by CVS https://www.cvs.com/minuteclinic/clinic-locator/ca/ West Oaks Urgent Care Center20181 Saticoy StWinnetka, CA 91306 (818) 709-5700 Open • Closes 6:00 PM Hours or services may vary
  • How often would I need to get COVID tested?
    A COVID test must be taken every week and we must have a record of your results for every week you are in clinical. *Covid results must display your fullname and the result. *A negative COVID test is a requirement to attend and to continue attending the clinical. Covid results must be printed and handed to your instuctor before entering the clinical site. Individuals with no negative covid test on-hand will be sent home and will need to make up the day. Covid test collection must be within 72 hours of the clinical day. Some facilities require twice per week testing- your instructor will inform you on any special requirement of the clinical site.
  • Where can I get a COVID Test?
    To ensure quick results, we reccomend the following places: LA County LA COUNTY: https://covid19.lacounty.gov/testing/ ORANGE COUNTY: https://occovid19.ochealthinfo.com SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY: https://sbcovid19.com/testing/ Walk in and appointments available. *You may choose "healthcare worker" if asked. CVS https://www.cvs.com/minuteclinic/covid-19-testing FREE TESTING https://www.covidclinic.org *For uninsured individuals: Please try the option: Healthcare professional or exposed to get the testing for free. Second-bio Lab @ LASA - Santa Fe Springs We also have a specimen drop off at our Santa Fe Springs location. Insured students are free. You may swab and register yourself and drop off the sample at the drop box by room 101. Pick up on Tuesdays and Fridays 2pm. 24 hours turn around. For support please call (626)-537-1352 or e-mail us at CS@secondbiolab.com
  • Do you have payment plans available?
    Yes, we have payment plans available. Refer to https://www.laskillsacademy.com/payment-plan.
  • How much is the CNA Training program?
    Our NAT tuition is $1800 and includes: 160 hours of lecture and training NAT Textbook by American Red Cross Live Scan Fingerprinting Practice Tests Education and Career Counseling Job Fair / Job Assistance Online Support *Payment Plans available.
  • There are no spots available at the moment. How can I be notified of new classes?
    To ensure that you are notified when a new class becomes available. You must be subscribled to the website. There are a few ways to make sure you will receive emails from us. 1. Create an account. Make sure you opt in for updates and emails. 2. Join the waitlist. Located at the bottom of the Classes + Pricing Page. Make sure you opt in for updates and emails.
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