Meeting the needs of Ohio’s
Long-term Care Professionals since 1946

Certified Executive for Home Care and Hospice

A Certification for the Elite in Home Care and Hospice Management

Is CEHCH Right For You?

Ohio CEHCH is a comprehensive certification program designed to elevate the skilles and professionalism of assisted living administrators in Ohio by combining national competency standards along with Ohio's most comprehensive state specific training.

While the state of Ohio does not require certification or license to be an administrator of a Home Health or Hospice agency, many states are moving to a Health Service Executive (HSE) qualification, which includes a Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) certification through the National Association of Long Term Care Administrator Boards (NAB).  
NAB Examinations have been offered across the country and are the required examination in many states for licensure. Hundreds of candidates sit for the national exam, both from states that require the HCBS as a condition of licensure and from voluntary candidates seeking to enhance their employment opportunities and showcase their dedication and knowledge of home & community based services.

Within 30 days of completing the CEHCH training, candidates will be required to register for the NAB Home & Community Based Services (HCBS) exam. The Ohio CEHCH will be awarded to candidates based on 100% class participation including completion of the open-book and in-class quizzes as well as successful passage of the NAB HCBS examination.

Obtaining the Ohio CEHCH will empower you to excel in the profession you love, and it will enhance your distinction within Ohio's growing and competitve home care and hospice marketplaces.

Safety Grants - Employers Working with Persons with Developmental Disabilities 

The Ohio Bureau of Workers Compensation offers the Employers Working with Persons with Developmental Disabilities (EWPDD) Grant Program to assist Ohio employers with ensuring the safety of their staff when carrying out the services they provide to developmentally disabled children and adults. The program is available to eligible Ohio employers who wish to purchase training and/or equipment to substantially reduce or eliminate injuries or illnesses associated with working with developmentally disabled children and adults. 

As part of the Safety Intervention Grant Program, the EWPDD Grant Program is available only to Ohio employers working with the developmentally disabled population.  To learn more about the program, please watch the video below to learn more.

For more information, please use the links below:

Safety Grant for ID/DD Providers