Nevvon, a New York headquartered e-learning company, founded by leaders who have over 40 years of provider experience and Selfhelp Community Services who was founded in 1936 and is one of the largest and most respected not-for-profit human service agencies in the New York metropolitan area, with 46 program locations offering services throughout Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx, and Long Island.
“Quality care and caregiver recruitment are two of Home Health Care agencies‘ top priorities in New York state and across the nation,” said James Cohen, CEO of Nevvon.
“Nevvon continues to partner with agencies in New York state and other states to provide high quality hybrid training and is excited to support Selfhelp and its long history of exceptional care.”“We are thrilled to partner with Nevvon to offer a new hybrid model of home health aide training”, said Amy Thomas, Vice President, Home Care. “We believe that this new model will give us flexibility to train as many people as possible, while adhering to our high standards, and safety precautions during the pandemic.”
Nevvon has partnered with a number of agencies to provide training programs for Home Health Aides (HHA’s), Personal Care Assistants (PCA’s), PCA Upgrading and Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) Transitioning for HHAs. “We continue to welcome new opportunities with more home care agencies to successfully submit applications to the Department of Health (DOH),” continued James Cohen.
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Nevvon is a global innovative home care educational technology company that certifies caregivers for the mandatory annual education they earn online. Everything takes place through our simple, intuitive and user-centric app that lets your caregivers easily educate themselves at their pace and on their schedule. Our platform simplifies and streamlines your regulatory requirements in any State so you can focus on what matters most: running a successful business.
About Selfhelp Community Services
Selfhelp provides a broad set of services to more than 20,000 elderly, frail, and vulnerable New Yorkers each year, while remaining the largest provider of comprehensive services to Holocaust survivors in North America. We offer a complete network of home care and community-based services with the overarching goal of helping seniors live with dignity and independence and avoid institutionalization.
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