This is the third of a 4-part series of courses designed to introduce the HME/DME provider, home remodelers and other dedicated and interested parties to the concept of home accessibility remodeling for independent living, in-home assisted living and aging in place. This course reviews five different levels of home accessibility products and services and looks at some of the more common types of modifications that could be used in specific areas of a client’s home. Learning objectives: 1. Identify examples of five levels of home accessibility remodeling products and services; 2. Explain the advantages of at least five types of modifications that can be made to entryways to a client's home; 3. Describe at least five relatively inexpensive modifications that can be made to the inside of a client's home; 4. Describe at least six modifications that can be made to a client's bathroom in order to make the room safer; 5. Describe at least four modifications that can be made to a client's kitchen. To successfully complete this course, you must attain a minimum score of 80% on the final exam and complete the course training survey. Continuing education: VGM Education is authorized by IACET to offer 0.1 CEUs for this program. RESNA and NRRTS will accept the credit on any course that is AT-related. For questions concerning if a specific course is approved, please contact RESNA and NRTTS directly.
- Additional Information