Caregiver Training and Practice Tests

Caring for seniors presents many challenges.  Age-related diseases develop at different rates and each senior must deal with the process of aging which includes coping with the death of loved ones.  My sister and I have noticed that attending visitation services have become a weekly social outing for our parents.  They make the best of it and it really is quite often that we will call them on their cell phones and they will be on their way to or from a funeral service or visitation.

Some seniors age better than others and senior caregivers must be able to assist them professionally each day, regardless of their emotional disposition.  You may secure a 10-hour onlinecaregiver training course, which is convenient to complete on your own time - you just need to pass at 80% - and then you receive a certificate of completion.

The best caregivers, who continue to provide quality care, keep sharpening their skills.  Check out the Sample Nursing Aide test and take the Practice Nursing Aide exam - it will help you learn more about how to approach care and feel more confident in your ability to handle whatever care challenges come your way.

If you are interviewing for a new caregiving position, taking a practice test will give you an additional training item to add to your resume and you can talk about the concepts you learned in your caregiving job interview.


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Comments (3) -

  • soheyla talebzadeh

    11/13/2010 6:20:07 AM | Reply

    hi i am caregiver  i got certificate CPR frist AID finger print TBtest  before i am living meryland i had 3 years expereince right now i am living orange county 5 mounths is here expereience  

  • Julie

    11/13/2010 5:38:53 PM | Reply

    Your experience sounds terrific - you may apply for a job as a senior caregiver in your area on Caregiverlist.com - you indicate the mile radius you are willing to work from your home address as some positions are in senior's homes.

  • traci

    12/6/2010 7:31:32 PM | Reply

    looking for info on caregiving certificate classes already CNA/HHA...looked everywhere

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