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Subject Area Description
Ambulation and TransfersSafely assist patients to walk and transfer, using assistance devices and proper techniques to avoid falls
Basic Skills DocumentationProper documentation is a legal responsibility, with specific terminology and standards.
Basic Skills GeneralAn introduction to a range of healthcare topics, and skills needed, for a CNA or new care provider
Basic Skills Infection ControlInfection control is an important CNA responsibility. Learn the definitions, precautions, and how infection is spread
Basic Skills ObservationObservation is one of the most important skills for a CNA. Learn to use it to improve patient care.
Behavior and Mental HealthKnowledge about behavior, communication, and all aspects of mental health is an essential part of providing health care
Bowel and BladderBowel and bladder habits are among the most important body functions. Learn how they affect your patients’ health.
Clinical SkillsCourses to teach CNA clinical skills including catheter care, contracture treatment, and care of pressure sores.
Emergency Training ScenariosEvery CNA should be trained and prepared for emergencies. Learn what to do in common medical situations.
Clinical Skills Equipment MonitoringEvery CNA works with a variety of equipment designed to monitor the patient’s condition. Become familiar with equipment by taking these courses.
Clinical Skills Laboratory CollectionOne of the important responsibilities for a CNA is to obtain a clean catch urine specimen for a urinalysis. Learn the proper technique with this course.
Clinical Skills Vital SignsAccurate vital signs are the most important patient assessment tool. These courses will teach you to take and document all vital signs.
Healthcare CareersAs a healthcare professional, the CNA has many career options. Take these courses to learn about exciting opportunities.
CommunicationsExcellent patient care depends on communication among all care providers, the patient, and the family. These courses will strengthen your skills.
Cultural DiversityIn order to care for all patients, healthcare professionals must learn to appreciate patient diversity and develop cultural competence.
ADL Bathing and Dressing and GroomingHelping or providing care with daily bathing, dressing, and grooming are fundamental responsibilities of a CNA
ADL Eating and Nutrition and HydrationProper nutrition is essential for a patient’s health and healing. Special diets and feeding methods may be necessary.
Disease ConsiderationsA comprehensive list of courses to teach you about aging, chronic illnesses, and brain disorders.
GeneralThese courses cover several areas of CNA practice including medical terminology and CNA career information.
IADL Instrumental Activities of Daily LivingCourses covering activities related to independent living activities for elderly and ill patients and clients.
Legal and Ethical IssuesCourses to help the CNA learn about the laws and reasons for protecting patient rights.
Workplace HazardsEssential information on safety topics that the CNA may encounter. Learn how to respond to emergencies in the workplace.
Respite CenterRespite Center Specific Caregiver Courses
Home HealthCourses for the professional Home Health Aides
Physical TherapyPhysical Therapy to improve Patient/Client body and mind