The CertifiedCare Special Needs Caregiver certification module covers:
- How to create a care plan (required for Medicaid reimbursement)
- How to identify common causes of disabilities
- How to identify social and emotional needs of persons suffering from various disabilities
- How to manage the care of persons suffering from developmental disabilities and chronic conditions
- How to create a custom, personalized care plan for persons living with Special Needs
- How to execute care plans for this client population
- Behavioral intervention strategies
- Person centered daily activities
- Quality of life improvement strategies
Read the e-text, pass the exam (instantly see your score and receive your certificate) and all other items are mailed within 10 business days of program completion. You will automatically be included in the CertifiedCare Registry which can be accessed online, 24/7 by anyone.
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CertifiedCare Certification Programs:
- Provide a comprehensive, online solution to affordable, convenient, high quality caregiver credentials.
- Are ideal for those wishing to begin, expand and/or supplement their caregiving training.
- Are designed to meet the needs of caregivers in any longterm care industry throughout the United States and in 193 other countries.
- Meet the federal regulations pertaining to Home Health Aides and Personal Care Attendants as prescribed by law in Title 42 CFR §484.36 et seq. and Title 42 CFR §440.170 et seq.
- Meet or exceed state requirements in most states in the USA.
- Are used worldwide.
An estimated 800,000 individuals with Alzheimer’s live alone. Of those who have Alzheimer’s and live alone, up to half of them do not have an identifiable caregiver.
There is a growing demand for professional caregivers who know how to care for persons suffering from Alzheimer's Disease and other dementias.
- 5.4 million Americans are living with Alzheimer's disease.
- One in eight older Americans has Alzheimer's disease.
- Over 15 million americans provide unpaid care for a person with alzheimer’s or other dementias.
- 3.5 million health care providers are needed just to maintain the current ratio of health care workers to the population as forcasted to 2030.