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To work as a Home Health aide in the state of Kentucky, individuals must follow the Federal Code of Regulations: CFR Title 42, Vol.3, 48. The HHAs in Kentucky must have 75 hours Minimum Training Hours, with at least 16 Minimum Clinical Hours.
Students enrolling in classes will learn how to properly transfer, position, dress, and ambulate clients. Some of the common education areas of study include communication with your clients, universal precautions, emergency procedures, the resident's rights, personal care tasks, proper feeding techniques, and skin treatment.
Those who are certified nursing assistants in Kentucky can also work as home health aides. The classes, which upon completion allows the student to sit for the Certification Examination for CNA in the state. The students who pass the examination then will be placed on the Kentucky Certified Nursing Assistant Registry.
The training in Kentucky prepares individuals for a variety of career opportunities in the medical occupations areas. Graduates can find employment anywhere that basic bedside nursing skills are required.
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