To find practice quizzes for home health aide certification tests, candidates should first determine the certification requirements for their state and then go to their state's home health care association website to search for practice quizzes. Home health aides can become certified through the National Association for Home Care and Hospice as of 2015 by completing 75 hours of training, having the required skills and passing the exam, notes Study.com. States may have additional requirements and exams.
Use the following steps to determine requirements and find practice quizzes for home health aide certification tests.
- Go to the Paraprofessional Healthcare Institute website
- Go to the state's home health care association website
- View the practice quizzes
Go to the PHI website by entering PHINational.org into a browser. Click on "Training and Credentialing" and then "Training Requirements by State" to view a list of requirements by state. For example, Oregon requires, at minimum, 75 training hours and 16 clinical hours as of 2015, notes OAHC.org.
If minimum requirements have been met, go to the home health care association website to search for practice quizzes. For example, Oregon residents should go to the "Home Health and Hospice Aide Competency Exam and Study Guide" page at OAHC.org.
If the state requires a certification exam, a study guide and practice quizzes may be available on the website. Download the quizzes by clicking on the appropriate link.