All providers listed on this website have implemented comprehensive and formal caregiver training programs and completion has been verified by the Institute for Professional Care Education.
Companies displaying badges have gone above and beyond by seeing their care teams through additional certification programs.
Caregiver Core Certification
The Caregiver Core certification provides foundational training for entry into the caregiving field. This 12 hour program covers essential areas such as communication, HIPAA and infection control. Prepares new caregivers for a role as homemaker companion or basic caregiver.
Dementia Care Certification
Alzheimer's disease and dementia are the fastest growing challenges affecting older Americans. This 23 hour program teaches caregivers how to provide compassionate, person-centered care.
Diabetes Care Certification
Providing quality care to individuals with diabetes means more than simply understanding the diagnosis. This 6 hour program helps caregivers understand the risks that come from infection or wounds and teaches how to manage their clients activity and dietary needs.
Parkinson's Care Certification
Individuals with Parkinson’s disease have a wide range of abilities and challenges. This 12 hour program teaches caregivers how to help clients maintain their independence and mobility as long as possible while understanding some of the special needs of the person in their care.
Developmental Disabilities Certification
Providing care for adults who are differently abled requires understanding abilities and how to support the person in their independence and self-care to the greatest extent possible.
Post Hospital Care Certification
Understanding the needs of individuals with post-acute conditions is vital to preventing rehospitalization. This 17 hour program teaches caregivers what to watch for and when to communicate concerns about conditions that need rapid intervention to avoid a medical emergency.
End of Life Care Certification
Caring for individuals at the end of their lives requires a special understanding of needs, grieving, and loss. This 8 hour program helps caregivers develop a deeper understanding self-care and an understanding of hospice and palliative care.
Personal Care Aide Certification
Personal Care Aide certification consists of a robust, 43 hour training program for individuals providing non-medical care in a client's home.
Home Health Aide Certification
This certification meets the federal Medicaid and Medicare requirements for working as a Home Health Aide. Completion of this program requires demonstration of both knowledge and of basic caregiving skills.