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Certified Homemaker-Home Health Aides

Welcome to the Website for Certified Homemaker-Home Health Aides (CHHHAs).

HHHA Employer Verification Tools
(click on a link to access the tool)

  1. HHHA Employment Verification Site

  2. HHHA's Employment Verification Announcements and FAQs

  3. Video Tutorial of the HHHA Employer Verification Process

  4. HHHA Employer Agency/Facility Registration Form

  5. Online Registration for the CHHA Employment Verification System Demonstration

When you or a loved one are recovering after an illness and need assistance at home, it is reassuring to know you can hire a homemaker-home health aide. You should know that the agencies that employ aides are regulated by the Division of Consumer Affairs, and the aides themselves are regulated by the New Jersey Board of Nursing. Links from this page provide information you may find helpful in learning about HHHA's and agencies.

Before purchasing the services of a homemaker-home health aide, you should review with your nurse, doctor or hospital discharge planner the care that needs to be provided. Being informed about homemaker-home health aide services before a healthcare crisis arises will save you time and money, reduce stress and allow you to make an educated decision.

   
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