Hospice Aide On-the-Go In-service, Volume 2

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Hospice Aide On-the-Go In-service, Volume 2

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Hospice Aide On-the-Go In-service, Volume 2

Flexible training for the classroom or self-study

Every year, hospice aides must satisfy 12 hours of in-service training. Beacon Health’s new “Hospice Aide On-the-Go™ In-service,” Volume 2, delivers the training they need. Each lesson focuses on care for the terminally ill hospice patient.

The 12-lesson volume fulfills one year of Medicare’s annual requirement of 12 in-service hours. Train your staff for an entire year for just $360.

Developed from our widely popular series for home health, this new collection of lessons for hospice aides provides authoritative, comprehensive, yet easy-to-understand training for self-study or the classroom. Simply copy the pages from each lesson as needed—the only restriction is that aides receiving training must work from your office location. Each lesson provides one-hour of study on a hospice specific topic. This 12-lesson volume fulfills one year of Medicare’s annual requirement of 12 in-service hours.

Each lesson includes:

  • A clearly written fact sheet about a timely, hospice-specific topic
  • A 10-question post-test to measure understanding of the subject matter
  • An answer sheet with a place for the instructor’s comments and signature
  • An illustrative, hospice-specific case study
  • Suggested supplemental learning activities
  • An attendance log and certificate of completion


Your Volume 2 lessons:

  • Falls Prevention
  • Hand Hygiene
  • Communicating with Hospice Patients
  • The Patient with Alzheimer's Disease
  • Privacy, Confidentiality and HIPAA
  • Depression
  • Nutrition: Self and Assisted
  • Abuse and Neglect
  • Bathing the Ambulatory Patient
  • Proper Bed Pan Usage
  • Choking
  • Dementia