Home Health Aide Regulations in Utah Home health care agencies operating in the state must be licensed by the Utah Department of Health. There are distinctions between what is considered a home health agency and a personal care agency, and separate legislation governing each. Home Health Agencies Home health agencies are governed by Utah Admin [...]

Home health aides provide in-home personal care to the sick, elderly and disabled. They help patients with prescribed exercises, give them medications and carry out other medical instructions. Often they assist with daily activities like personal hygiene, getting dressed, preparing meals and performing household chores. DIA's Health Facilities Division is responsible for surveying and licensing [...]

The Mississippi State Department of Health, Health Facilities Licensure and Certification Office is responsible for overseeing the standards for Home Health Agencies in Mississippi. In Mississippi, Home Health Aides provide personal care services for a person in the home, under the supervision of a registered nurse or therapist of the agency they are employed with. [...]

Vermont Home Health Agencies provide nursing services including but not limited to routine personal healthcare, physical therapy and daily maintenance. Home Health Aides have a variety of titles, including caregiver, Certified Home Health Aide and Direct Care Counselor. The Vermont Assembly of  Home Health and Hospice Agencies is the professional association for the not-for-profit home [...]

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