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Home Health Aide Training in Long Island with School Overviews

There are two schools near Long Island that offer home health aide training programs. Read an overview of the two schools' programs, requirements, and tuition information to find out which school is the right one for you.

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Home Health Aide Training in Long Island with School Overviews

There are several private agencies offering home health aide training programs approved by the New York Department of Health in Long Island, but there are only two not-for-profit colleges nearby that currently offer programs in this field. Coursework in HHA programs covers patient care and communication, personal hygiene, and professional skills. Clinical experience is included in both programs.

Though Long Island is traditionally comprised of Nassau and Suffolk counties, these two schools, in the Bronx and Queens, are located nearby. These two programs are offered at schools that are part of the City University of New York system and are approved by the New York Department of Education.

Career Requirements

The United States Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that minimal training is needed for a job as a home health aide (HHA). Typically, HHA certification includes more than 80 hours of training and should take about two weeks. Upon completion of a state-approved course, students will receive a certificate and are eligible to be placed on the New York state home health aide registry.

Read about the two schools to offer home health aide training courses near Long Island and weigh the details in the comparison table.

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Comparison of Schools

Take a little time to look over the table below. It has several figures and facts that may help you decide if one of the featured schools suits your needs, including details on costs, acceptance rates, student enrollment and more.

Lehman College Queensborough Community College
School Type 4-year; public 2-year; public
Total Enrollment (2014) 12,398* 16,182*
Campus Setting Large city Large city
Tuition & Fees (2015-2016) $6,760 in-state; $13,870 out-of-state* $5,210 in-state; $8,090 out-of-state*
% of First-Year Students Receiving Any Form of Financial Aid (2013-2014) 81%* 76%*
Acceptance Rate (Fall 2014) 29%* N/A open admission policy%*
Retention Rate (2014) 83% for full-time students* 69% for full-time students*
Graduation Rate (2014) 73%* 18%*

Sources: *National Center for Education Statistics

Lehman College

Lehman College is located in Bronx, New York. There are more than 12,000 degree-seeking students at this school, which also offers a number of low-cost community education courses. The home health aide training course at Lehman College is comprised of 75 hours of in-class training and an additional eight hours of supervised clinical experience with patients. Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) certification is also required as a pre-requisite or co-requisite for HHA certification at this school. This course provides the basic training required by this state for working with patients in home-care settings or assisted living facilities.

Queensborough Community College

Queensborough Community College, a two-year community college, enrolls more than 16,000 students, and it is located in Bayside, New York. This school primarily offers certificates and associate degrees, but also has a comprehensive selection of professional development classes open to the local community. The 85-hour course in home health aide training includes eight hours of clinical experience, and it is offered through the continuing education department at Queensborough. Students will be offered training in how to perform at-home care for chronically ill, disabled, or elderly patients. Pre-requisites for the HHA training course include a high school diploma or GED and U.S. citizenship or legal working permits.

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