BECOME A CERTIFIED HEALTH PROFESSIONAL FOR FREE!
IMMEDIATE EMPLOYMENT UPON COMPLETION OF THE TRAINING COURSE.
FLEXIBLE HOURS; MULTIPLE LOCATIONS; COMPETITIVE PAY
Whether you are just beginning your career or re-entering the workforce after taking a break, we offer a range of opportunities that will suit your interests. If you are a caring and compassionate individual and are interested in working in home care industry, check out various opportunities offered by Aides at Home. Please select one of the following opportunities to apply!
Training Site Locations:
25 East Main Street, #1
Bayshore, NY, 11706
Phone: (631) 666-9226
91-31 Queens Blvd., Suite 408,
37 New Dorp Plaza, Suite 201,
Staten Island, NY,10306
FOR OTHER LOCATIONS, PLEASE CALL: …….
Thank you for completing an application. Now you are one step away from becoming a caregiver! Our representative will call you to schedule your class, AND COLLECT THE FOLLOWING:
- One valid photo ID (Driver License, Non-drive license, Passport, Permanent Resident Card, or Employment Authorization Card.) And Social Security Card
- High school diploma or GED
- Current Pre-employment physical
- Drug screen lab report
- Rubella -with titers
- Rubeola-with titers
- MMR-with titers
- Negative TB test (Negative PPD/QuantiFERON test or Chest X-Ray)
- Two letters of recommendation
Recent negative COVID-19 test (3-5 days old) or a record of vaccination is required before the start of the class.
Physical form: (ability to print)
Reference Letter: (ability to Print)
Training Rights Form (a signed copy should be returned to user via email)
Covid Wavier Form (a signed copy should be returned to user via email)
- Qualifying individual are PCAs, who have been trained and approved personal care activities. Have a certificate from a NYSDOH or NYSED approved training program, which must offer a minimum of 40 hours of training.
- PCAs must have experience providing personal care services to patients in their homes. A trainee may not move directly from a Personal Care Aide training program to a Personal Care Aide Upgrading program for purposes of completing the requirements to become a Home Health Aide (HHA).
Certified Nurse Aides (CNA) transition into HHA must be:
- CNA must have experience in Residential Health Care Facilities (RHCF) and is required to be certified in accordance with the provisions of Section 415.26 of Title 10 of NYCRR.
- An individual must successfully complete a State-approved RHCF nurse aide training program, which is a minimum of 100 hours in duration, and pass the State-authorized competency examination.
A CNA who is registered in the New York State Nurse Aide Registry is not required to repeat Aides at Home training program. However, Aides at Home training program, will assure that the CNA is competent in such skills prior to providing additional training and issuing a Home Health Aide certificate by giving a competency exam.
For those that had received their certification in the state other than New York, they must complete the modules presented below either remote or in-person as per approved itinerary:
- Assistance with medications; PCA- (Module XII: Personal Care)
- Handling the patient’s money; (Module IX: Family Spending and Budgeting)
- Maintaining a clean, safe home environment; (Module X: Care of Home Care and Personal Belongings)
- Safety, accident prevention and responses to emergencies in the home; (Module X: Care of Home Care AND MODULE XI Safety and Injury Prevention)
- Taking of blood pressure (Unit B: Performing Simple Measurement and Test)
- Measurement and Test Observing, recording, and reporting in the home care setting (Unit B: Performing Simple Measurement and Test)