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Roselyn Carter Quote:
"There are only four kinds of people in the world; those who have been caregivers, those who are currently caregivers, those who will be caregivers, and those who will need caregivers".
California Eldercare Academy changed its name to California Caregiver Academy in 2017.
We had been training and educating Caregivers since our inception in 2004 before the Home Care Services Consumer Protection Act was passed in 2013 and became effective January 1, 2016.
Our paramount goal and primary focus is building the lives of all Caregivers through our Training, Mentoring/Coaching, and Personal Development Programs.
Whether you are looking to start a new career in elderly care services, or already working and do not have a formal training in care giving, our caregiver home care aide basic training, and personal development coaching is a good start for you.
California Caregiver Academy is a Sacramento-based Training Academy for Caregivers that had been in business since 2004.
We firmly believe that everyone caring for our senior population, should have a formal training and education on the basics of caregiving. We trained our caregivers before we placed them with any of our clients.
When we send our caregiver out to any assignment, we are rest assured that our clients will be satisfied with our services provided by our caregivers who are knowledgeable, competent, and well trained.
All trained and certified caregiver knows their role very well. They are knowledgeable and can communicate effectively with clients, their families, and the health care team.
There are a large number of caregivers who had been working and caring for seniors but do not have any formal training.
After working as a caregiver for many years without a formal education, I was only gaining experience and knowledge, but that was inadequate. It was an eye opening for me when I studied Gerontology.
So I had the vision to help caregivers through a curriculum I designed that will enhanced their knowledge, build their confidence, boost their self-esteem to know that they are not just a caregiver, but accepting a noble profession and can have an education as well.