24 Essential Inservices for Home Health: Lesson Plans and Self-Study Guides for Aides and Nurses
Home health aide inservice training is vital to quality patient care and is mandated by your state. How can you be sure you’re providing the best training possible without spending hours of preparation time?
The solution is here.
24 Essential Inservices for Home Health includes everything you need to provide 24 complete inservices on the most important topics—at the very low cost of just $6 per lesson.
A comprehensive training tool
For each topic, you’ll receive a comprehensive inservice that can be used as a group lessons or for self-study by individual aides and nurses. Each inservice includes
- an in-depth lesson plan
- a post-test to document the training, and
- a certificate of completion for staff.
The companion CD-ROM makes the lessons easy-to-customize
All materials are in the manual AND on the included CD-ROM—enabling you to modify the lessons to meet the particular needs of your agency or the requirements of your state. Use the inservices over and over again—just print out the materials from the CD-ROM as necessary!
You’ll get everything you need to provide an information-packed 30-minute inservice on any of the 24 essential topics. If you prefer, add your own agency-specific information, demonstrations, and discussion time to extend the training to 60 minutes or more!
The best value on the market
For about $6 per lesson, you’ll receive everything necessary to provide CMS-compliant home health aide education on the following 24 topics:
- Alzheimer's Disease
- Basic Nutrition: Guidelines for Balanced Meals and Special Diets
- Behavior Management
- Bloodborne Pathogens and Standard Precautions
- Care of the Skin: Guidelines for Ensuring Skin Integrity
- Caring for Residents with Dementia
- Depression and Anxiety
- Elder Abuse and Neglect: Preventing, Recognizing, and Reporting
- End-of-Life Care
- Guidelines for Providing Personal Care
- Heart Disease
- Incontinence and Constipation
- Infection Control Guidelines: Standard Precautions & Additional Precautions
- Lifting and Transferring
- Malnutrition and Dehydration
- Mental Illness
- Oxygen Training
- Psychosocial Care
- Range of Motion and Positioning
- Respiratory Disorders
- Understanding Pain
- Vital Signs: Guidelines for Measuring Vital Signs and Weight
- Seizures and Strokes
Published: May 2006