NAS 102◊ Introduction to Home Health Nursing Aide
Last Update Effective: 5/30/00
Prepare nursing assistants to provide basic care for patients in the home setting. Included are basic principles and procedures used by nursing assistants in home health care.
Prerequisite: Current CPR card and current CNA certificate or consent of instructor. If completed CNA course more than 12 months ago, and not currently employed as a CNA, need to verify all 21 skills. Must be listed on the Illinois Nurse Aide Registry in good standing. This means under the Uniform Conviction Information Act (UCIA) there are no disqualifying conditions, including findings of abuse, neglect or misappropriation of funds.
Lecture: 1 hour
Laboratory: 2 hours