The second-highest complaint from home care clients in 2018 was about caregivers not being appropriately trained.
Millions of non-medical home care workers across the U.S. provide personal care (bathing, feeding, dressing, grooming), companionship, housekeeping and transportation to our nation’s most vulnerable citizens, the elderly, disabled, and frail. And they do it all with little or NO training.
In fact, according to the experts at Home Care Pulse, the second-highest complaint from home care clients in 2018 was about caregivers not being appropriately trained.
It can be confusing.
If you live in a state with strict requirements, you simply follow those requirements. Or maybe you have an accrediting body that dictates your training needs. If you receive any funds from Medicare or Medicaid, you’re obligated to fulfill their regulations.
But, what if none of those situations apply?
How do you even begin to design a training program that meets the needs of your caregivers and the clients they care for? It’s a common question without an easy answer.
We have your solution!
We teamed up with the home care experts at Home Care Pulse to develop The Caregiver Learning Ladder. It’s a reliable roadmap that will help you tailor your training program to meet the needs of your caregivers and your unique client population.
Download this free, comprehensive tool today to learn exactly what training your caregivers need:
- Upon hire,
- At ninety days,
- At six months, and
- At one year.