Your Available Programs and Classes
Home Care workers with participating employers have access to these programs and classes. From Tuition Assistance to certification classes to building skills, participants have access to a great roster of career-building options! Want to sign up for a class? Click here to view your current schedule.
Tuition Assistance: Up to $5,000 a Year for School!
Relieve the financial burden of pursuing your goals and get up to $5,000 per year for school! You can choose any healthcare-related field of study for as long as you need, and you never have to pay it back! Visit our Tuition Assistance page to learn more about the most generous and comprehensive program available!
CPR First Aid
Learn the proper responses and techniques to save lives from sudden cardiac arrest. This class is available in-person only. Certification is valid for 2 years.
Non-Violent Crisis Intervention
Learn simple skills for assessing, managing, and responding to risk behaviors. Apply verbal de-escalation, prevention, and early intervention skills while keeping everyone safe. Available both online and in-person. This certification is valid for 2 years.
Dementia Capable Care
Provide the best care for those living at different stages of dementia. Reduce the frequency and severity of distress behaviors and engage patients in meaningful activities at their best abilities. Available both online and in-person. This certification is valid for 3 years.
Mental Health First Aid
Identify, understand, and respond to those developing a mental health problem, or experiencing a crisis. Learn more about depression and mood disorders, anxiety, trauma, psychosis, and substance abuse. This certification is valid for 3 years.
Nutrition, Diet, and Exercise
Short 1-hour course to learn proper in-home food, nutrition, and exercise techniques for the elderly and disabled. This course is available online only.
Foundational Skills Classes
Look out for these short Foundational Skills courses on your schedule. Gain knowledge and improve care without investing a ton of time!
ADLs and IADLs
Students will learn the definition of ADLs and IADLs, the role of the caregiver in these daily activities, how to practice person-centered care, housekeeping tips, and basic nutrition, diet, and physical exercise.
Students will gain awareness and sensitivity to cultures outside of their own. Learn more about health choices, language, culture, and difficulties experienced due to cultural differences.
Communication and Teamwork
Learn best practices to effectively communicate with your consumers both individually and in a team environment.
Body Systems I & II
Dig deeper into the body's systems and the related conditions that can affect them.
Learn the "5 Rights" of medication use, how to properly read labels, and avoid medication errors.
Grief and Loss
How to manage feelings of loss and grief, where to turn for support, and how caregivers experience coping with grief.
How to communicate effectively with consumers and honor their choices and autonomy.
Care Team Integration
Learn the basics of care management, service coordination, and how your role fits into the consumer's care team.