4 Hour Medication Assistant DEMO
TRY BEFORE YOU BUY! View the first few sections of the 4 Hour Medication Assistance Course for FREE! Many people are skeptical about whether they can really learn medical skills from an online course. This is your chance to find out! This link provides unrestricted access to the first section of lessons from the 4 Hour Medication Assistance course. Give it a try! You don’t need a password or account to access the lessons (but none of your progress will apply to the certification). If you are satisfied with what you see and feel like you can learn from this format, then enroll in the course to complete it! Still have questions? Call our sales department at 352-688-0412 for more information! (We welcome facility bulk orders and can customize a training solution for your specific needs)!
4 Hour Medication Assistance Certification
Obtain certification to assist residents with self-administered medications IN FLORIDA. When residents can no longer manage their own medicatons in Assisted Living Facilities (ALFs) and Home Health settings, they rely on Med Techs to assist them. This training course covers all material necessary to allow you to obtain your certification! Open to everyone (no pre-requisites or experience required). You will have 30 days to complete this course at your own pace – this is designed to be a 4 hour training course. The cost for this program is $65. Home care and residential care is one of the fastest growing industries in Florida. Our online 4 hour Medication Assistance Course will give you the skills and certification to obtain an entry level position in healthcare, allowing you to safely care for residents while they remain in the comfort of their home or a residential facility.
What 4 Hour Medication Assistants Do?
Medication aides help people who are disabled, chronically ill, or cognitively impaired manage their medications. They often help older adults who need assistance. A medication aide often works for an assisted living facility or home care agency.
Medication aides typically do the following:
- Help clients manage their medications by storing, opening, preparing and documenting medications
- Orders refills for regularly scheduled medications
- Monitors for side effects or adverse events
- Communicates observations to healthcare providers
Medication aides, also known as personal care aides, typically work for certified home health agencies or residential facilities (ALFs). They may work under the direct supervision of medical professionals, usually registered nurses. These aides keep records of services performed and of clients’ conditions and progress. They report changes in clients’ conditions to supervisors or case managers. Medication aides also work with other medical staff. Occasionally, they change bandages or dressings, apply ointments or creams, care for skin, or help with other medication needs. Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2014-15 Edition, Personal Care Aides, on the Internet at http://www.bls.gov/ooh/healthcare/personal-care-aides.htm (visited September 15, 2014).