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Want to become a certified Home Health Aide?

Care For U Plus provides New Jersey Home Health Aide Homemaker Training!

To become a Certified Home Health Aide you can take our New Jersey State approved 76-hour CHHA Training Course.

Care For U Plus values each patients’ well-being and provides the necessary resources to
support every individual in reaching overall health and wellness. Our caregivers have a well-
defined background working with a spectrum of diseases and all ages. In an effort to maintain
clear communication, Care For U Plus hires diverse and multi-lingual professionals who can
communicate with patients in several languages, including English, Spanish, Russian,
Bulgarian, Polish, Ukrainian, Mandarin, Vietnamese and more...

As a part of our training, we focus on developing high-level hand-on-care, specifically to support
our bed-bound patients. To ensure the safety of our patients and workers, all our caregivers are
required to submit background checks, are certified by New Jersey Board of Nursing Home
Health Aides and follow CDC health guidelines.

  • ​Our 4 week course is offered monthly in the mornings and evening during the week.

  • Classes available at all office locations of Care For U Plus in New Jersey.

  • Taught by registered nurses approved by the New Jersey Board of Nursing

  • Job opportunities throughout New Jersey.

Assisting the Elder
  • What are the requirements to become a Home Health Aide?
    - Successfully complete a homemaker-home health aide training course that is approved by the Board of Nursing in NJ (Which we provide!) - Complete a competency evaluation by a NJ licensed home health care agency - Be at least 18 years of age - Possess a valid and current NJ Board of Nursing certification as a Homemaker-Home Health Aide - Pass federal and state criminal history background checks
  • How do I apply to become a Certified Home Health Aide?
    We are always looking for good candidates! You can contact us through the "Contact Us" page or give one of our offices a call.
  • What does the course consist of?
    60 hours of classroom instruction covering a wide range of topics you will need to know to become a Certified Home Health Aide, plus an additional 16 hours of clinical to teach you the practical skills you'll need.
  • What topics are covered in classroom course curriculum?
    - Anatomy and physiology - Safety conditions - Standard precautions and infection control - Body mechanics - Emergency situations - Hospice care - Chronic Conditions such as Alzheimer’s and Dementia - Diabetes - Heart disease - Arthritis - Cancer - Cerebral Palsy - Autism - And more
  • What topics are covered in the clinical portion?
    - How to take vital signs -Changing non-sterile dressings - Caring for patients who have urinary catheter - Properly Transferring patients using Hoyer Lift and other mechanical devices - Giving patient a bed-bath and other hygene skills - How to perform Range of Motion (ROM) exercises
  • What happens after the course?
    Once you have pass the exam, Care For U Plus will submit your application to the New Jersey Board of Nursing for processing. Upon completion of the fingerprinting processing and background check, you will become certified as a Home Health Aide, Care For U Plus provides available employment opportunities to qualified candidates throughout New Jersey.
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