Affordable Home Health Aide online training
It takes a lot of compassion to care for the elderly, people with disabilities, and individuals with chronic illnesses. If you have that in spades, our Home Health Aide (HHA) online training could be a huge step toward a rewarding career helping others maintain their quality of life and independence at home.
Our program is designed to provide you with the skills and knowledge you need to be confident in your ability to take care of patients in their homes. When you choose Ashworth College’s HHA training online, there are no prerequisites to enroll—so you can get started right away and graduate in as few as four months.
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Learn how you can:
- Easily afford this API Program Name program with 0% interest monthly payment options
- Fit study around your life with our flexible online study model
- Upgrade your career prospects and achieve your goals
What you get
- eBook: Being a Caregiver in a Home Setting
- Binder™ mobile app for taking your learning materials on-the-go
- Student Portal dashboard for instant access to lessons and support
- Learning Resource Center online libraries and labs
- ProQuest® digital access to thousands of sources for research
- An active online community of fellow students, staff, and grads
As the baby boomer population ages, there will be more and more demand for qualified home health aides who can support elderly and ill patients in their homes. In fact, the U.S. Department of Labor predicts an astonishing 40% growth rate in home health and personal care aide roles by 2026*. That's more than four times the average growth rate for all occupations.
Spend your days helping people maintain their independence and feel safe in their homes.
Monitor vital signs, collect specimens for testing, assist with dietary and mobility restrictions, and more.
With HHA training online, you can complete classwork from home, whenever works for you.
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"Being at Ashworth College made me feel a part of something and I really would recommend it for anybody. There is no reason not to go to school, especially with a place like Ashworth, because it’s giving you the opportunity to better yourself and gain a sense of accomplishment."
Frequently asked questions
You may be taking your first steps into higher education. Or you may be considering online study for the first time. Whatever your situation, we're here to guide you through the process and answer any questions you have.
The specialized skills you will learn in our HHA training online program are in high demand across America. Tens of thousands of people require home health aides—such as people with disabilities, the elderly, and patients who are recovering from illness and injuries. Home health aides work for home health organizations, rehabilitation centers, and home care placement services.
All graduates keep access to their accounts on the Ashworth EDGE, an online toolkit that provides step-by-step guidance through resume templates, cover letters, thank you letters, and more. As a student, you will interact with the Ashworth EDGE throughout your lessons to make you comfortable with the tools and prepare you to make a good impression on potential employers once you've graduated!
We allow you up to one year from the date of your enrollment to complete your Home Health Aide online training. A self-paced, flexible study schedule is one of the many benefits of pursuing your education at Ashworth College.
In addition to our HHA training program, we have a number of other programs in healthcare you might benefit from, including:
A career in this field may require you to meet certain licensing, training, and other requirements that can vary by vocation and state. You should check with your state, local government, and/or licensing board to find out which requirements may be applicable in your state. Click here for contact information on state licensing/regulatory boards and certain professional licensing information.
This is particularly important for the residents of California, Indiana, Mississippi, New Jersey, New York, and Washington D.C.