Hillendale Home Care is licensed by the State of California to provide Certified Nursing training courses for Contra Costa and Alameda Counties.

Hillendale Home Care CNA School- Offering the Best Training and the Best Caregivers in the Walnut Creek Area

(November 21, 2013) Walnut Creek, California — Hillendale Home Care, located in Walnut Creek, CA, offers regular CNA and HHA Classes. They are licensed by the State of Hillendale Home Care CNA School- Offering the Best Training and the Best Caregivers in the Walnut Creek AreaCalifornia to provide Certified Nursing training courses for Contra Costa and Alameda Counties.

They also provide home care services for seniors and families in Walnut Creek, Lafayette, San Ramon, Danville, Pleasant Hill, Alamo, Concord, Moraga, Antioch, Clayton, and East Bay Area.

The next CNA classes will be held January 6 – February 20, 2014.

 

The goals of Hillendale Home Care CNA training program are:

  • To prepare a student to take the California State CNA Certification Test following 7 weeks of instruction in theory and clinical training.
  • To prepare CNA trainees with the knowledge, skills and judgement to provide care under the direction of a RN, LVN and/or a licensed Physician.
  • To expand and enhance the educational career ladder opportunities in the field of nursing.
  • To instill a commitment to provide rehabilitation, restoration and maintenance of health.

Their 28-Day CNA Training Program includes classroom theory training (60 hours), clinical training (100 hours total), with a curriculum that includes the following:

 

  • In compliance with OBRA & Title 22 regulations to include in the curriculum
  • Introduction to Nursing Assistant
  • Patients’ Rights
  • Communication & Interpersonal Skill
  • Body Mechanics
  • Medical & Surgical Asepsis
  • Weights & Measures
  • Patient Care Skills
  • Patient Care Procedures
  • Vital Signs
  • Nutrition
  • Emergency Procedures & Safety
  • Care of the Long-Term Resident
  • Rehabilitative Nursing
  • Observation & Charting
  • Death & Dying

Registration Requirements:

  • All students will be required to complete FBI fingerprints within the first week of the program.
  • Social Security Card
  • Valid Identification with Recent Picture (California Driver’s License, Military ID, Current Passport, etc.)
  • Physical Exam
  • Current T.B. Test
  • Non-Refundable Registration Fee: $200.00 (visit our site for a coupon for $200 off the registration fee!)
Here’s what one student said about Hillendale Home Care and their CNA Classes:
“I received my CNA & HHA training from Hillendale. My instructors, Rhonda & Leslie, both RNs for many years are in my opinion, the best of the best. Both of them were my CNA instructors & Rhonda was my HHA instructor. Their passion, compassion, expertise & experience are evident from the very first class. When I sat for my California exam & clinical, it was very plain to see the difference of our training versus others. We were truly prepared capable & very professional. I spoke with various people about their experience at other training sites, I discovered that I had lucked out by getting some of the best class room & clinical training at the best price! The saying you get what you pay for, was totally untrue in this case. I am now a CNA & HHA & am looking forward to a career in helping provide care to seniors. I would recommend Hillendale if you are looking for training to become a CNA.” -Karen I
By teaching and certifying nurses aides through their programs, Hillendale Home Care in Walnut Creek CA has the opportunity to choose the best caregivers to be their employees.
Families looking for senior care or elder care services in the Walnut Creek area should contact Hillendale Home Care for the best services and the most compassionate caregivers. Contact them at 925-948-8280.
About Bridget Waller

Bridget Waller, RN is the owner and Executive Director of Hillendale Home Care. Bridget received her nursing training at Charing Cross Teaching Hospital in London, England.

After moving to the USA she received her California nursing license and began her California nursing career in various Bay Area hospitals. Bridget eventually moved from the CCU/ICU/ER hospital environment into Home Health Care.

During her work experience in California, she has established supervisory and high-level management roles for a number of Bay area Home Health Care Agencies before opening Hillendale Home Care in 2002.

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