HHA Gear

When you decide to become a home health aide, you need to be prepared with the appropriate equipment for this job.

A home health aide must possess all the supplies he/she needs to successfully perform his/her job at all times.

We will provide you with the items you must possess, which will prove to your clients that you are a really professional HHA.


The first thing we would like to mention is that a professional HHA always wears a uniform such as a scrub when he/she visits his/her clients.

Scrubs that HHA wears are short-sleeved shirts and drawstring pants.

They are produced of cotton material, making them comfortable and cost-effective.

When scrubs were first introduced, they were green color and this was the only color they were available in.

Nowadays scrubs are offered in a wide variety of styles, colors, and patterns.

Medical Equipment

What you wear to work has to be followed by what you bring with you on the job so as to make you look professional.

It is worth mentioning that you must have a stock of personal protective equipment, including latex gloves and alcohol wipes for sterilization, even though your clients may already have these.

You can use their supply, but we always suggest that a good HHA has to have his/her own supply as the client may not have them available.

Furthermore, you will need to have medical equipment for measuring the client’s vital signs, involving a stethoscope, blood pressure cuff, and a digital thermometer.

HHA Books

No matter which profession you are in, being up to date with the latest advancements and achievements in the field is always a good idea.

To manage this in your chosen field of work, you can read books and there is a variety of HHA books to choose from.

Plus, these books are a great way to help you study for your HHA exam.

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