Mississippi HHA Requirements
How To Become a HHA in Mississippi
Mississippi does not require more than the minimum federal training standards to be employed as a home health aide (HHA) by a Medicare-certified home health agency.
Mississippi HHA training programs need to be at least 75 hours; read the details below to get a full understanding!
In order to receive your home health aide certificate in Mississippi you need to follow the minimum [federal] home health aide education requirements.
Mississippi HHA training programs must consist of:
- at least seventy-five (75) hours of training
- which needs to include at least sixteen (16) hours of clinical training
- plus, there is a requirement to complete twelve (12) hours of continuing education for every twelve (12) months
Home health aides in Mississippi are expected to provide assistance with the following: patient hygiene, dressing and shaving. They may also assist their clients when they eat or ambulate; other tasks for which a home health aide has been trained include helping someone perform range-of motion exercises as well as preparing special diets if needed by an individual’s condition.
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Mississippi HHA Resources
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- Learn how to pass the Mississippi HHA exam.
- NEW: Mississippi food stamp recipients (also called SNAP) can get free HHA training!
- Mississippi Community Eldercare Services offers great resources for those wanting to be a HHA in Mississippi or seeking assistance finding home care services.
Here’s the federal code Section 484.80 Mississippi follows.