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Caring4Cal: Registration

Thank you for your interest in Nevvon’s training. We at Nevvon, along with our project partner – the National Minority Health Association – are thrilled to be included in the Caring4Cal initiative, which is designed to increase caregiving capacity in home and community-based care settings (HCBS).

By completing this form, you can register for up to 30 hours of Nevvon caregiver training … at no cost to you!

And, even better, through the Caring4Cal initiative, you can earn up to $1,250 in stipends and bonuses for completing your training!


How to Register for your Training: 

Complete this form and select two learning tracks from the list of six available options.


You will subsequently receive an email with instructions on how to access your Nevvon training as well as instructions to follow so that the State of California can pay you the stipends and reward bonuses you earn.


Scroll down to view the learning tracks.

Caring4Cal Learning Tracks

Compliance, Policy, Regulations

Advance Directives
Being a Caregiver
Direct Care Workers – Building an Effective Relationship Between Direct Care Workers and Family Caregivers
Direct Care Workers – Clarifying Roles and Boundaries in the Home
Direct Care Workers – Managing Conflicts in a Shared Caregiving Relationship
Ethics and Client Rights
Etiquette For Caregivers (CDPH Approved)
Emergency Preparedness

HIV: Standard Training
Hepatitis B and C
Family Dynamics for Caregivers
First Aid (CDPH Approved for 60 minutes)
Food Safety
HIPAA – Confidentiality (CDPH Approved)

Household Safety and Fire Prevention (CDPH Approved for 120 minutes)
Person-Centered Care
Professional Conduct and Boundaries for Caregivers
Self-Care for Caregivers
Vital Signs
Workplace Health and Safety
Workplace Violence in Health and Home Care

Mobility & Conditions Affecting Mobility

Brain Injuries: Advanced Training”
Dementia – Intermediate”
Assitive Technology
Blood Pressure and Possible Complications (CDPH Approved)
Body Mechanics and Mobility Assistance – Advanced Training
Chronic Pain
Dealing with Challenging Client Behaviors

Disorientation and Delirium
Hip Fractures in Older People
Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADLs)
Multiple Sclerosis
Parkinson’s Disease

Falls Prevention
Preventing Hospital Readmission
Promoting Client Independence
Range of Motion
Reporting and Documenting Client Status and Care (CDPH Approved)
Stroke (CDPH Approved)
Vision Loss

Common Conditions in HCBS Settings

Allergies Awareness
Bed Bugs
C. difficile
Cardiovascular and Respiratory Diseases (Approved for 60 minutes)
Caring for Clients On Oxygen Therapy
Catheter Use and Care and Urinary Tract Infections (Approved for 60 minutes)
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

Death and Dying
Diabetes – Standard Training
Digestive Disorders
Domestic Violence
Elder Abuse Neglect and Elder Financial Exploitation (CDPH Approved)
Electrolyte Imbalance
Hospice Care Standard (CDPH Approved)
Hyper or Hypothyroidism
Medical Errors
Pressure Ulcers
Sepsis (CDPH Approved)
Supporting Clients with Cancer (CDPH Approved)

Mental Health & Pediatrics

Anxiety Disorder
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Bipolar and Related Disroders
Caring for Veterans
Cerebral Palsy
Child Abuse
Critical incident reporting
Depressive Disorders

Disruptive, Impulse-Control, and Conduct Disorders
Down Syndrome
Eating Disorders
Human Trafficking

Mental Health (CDPH Approved)
Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders
Pediatrics: AdvancedTraining
Personality Disorders
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Responding to Client or Family Complaints (CDPH Approved)
Schizophrenia Spectrum Disorder
Social Isolation and Loneliness
Substance-Related and Addictive Disorders
Sleep Disorders

CDPH Approved Modules

Successful ADL- a Guide to a Safe Living Environment
Aging Sensitivity (CDPH Approved)
Cold, Flu and Pneumonia
Healthy Eating for Older People
Hearing Loss
Infection Control (Advanced) and PPE

Infectious Diseases: Tuberculosis and HIV (Approved for 60 minutes)
Introduction to Communication and Culture, Sensitivity & Awareness (Approved for 60 minutes)
Medication Assistance and Injection Safety

To be eligible: 

  • Caregivers must live in California
  • Caregivers must either work now in an eligible job role, OR be interested in becoming one of the eligible provider types in a home- and community-based setting 
  • Eligible provider types include: HHA, CNA, RN, LVN, home-based CHW, Respiratory or Occupational or Physical or Speech Therapist, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, or other licensed HCBS healthcare professionals. 

Other restrictions may apply

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