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for Certified Nursing Assistants
The world may think you are only one person--But to one person, you may be their world.
The home health aides in Washington must not only provide their clients with assistance, they must provide quality care needs. The home health aide training classes are great at properly learning the skills to perform the tasks that will be required by many of the clients that you will begin working with.
Once you have completed your HHA training and land yourself a job, the agency or company that employs you may require that you to complete an evaluation for them.
Beginning of January 7, 2012 in Washington stated that most new direct care workers, which are now called long-term care workers, must undergo 75 hours of training within 120 days of being hired. Most of these long-term care workers must become certified HHAs within their 150 days of becoming hired by a company.
For more information on Washington Home Health aide state requirements
ALTCEW Training Center
1235 N Post St
Spokane, WA 99201
Martha & Mary AT HOME
2497 Bethel Rd SE
Port Orchard, WA 98366
Phone: (360) 871-4425
Home Care Association of Washington
P.O. Box 2016
Edmonds, WA 98020-9516
Phone: (425) 775-8120
Washington Home Health Aide Training
Edmonds Community College
Allied Health Progra
Blossom Nursing Assistant Training School
Care Plus Home
Health and Training