Paid training for Personal Assistants: Take this survey to help develop our curriculum!

By standing together in our Union, Personal Assistants have won real victories, including raises and first-time healthcare. We also fought very hard in Springfield to protect vital state funding and stop budget cuts to homecare for seniors and people with disabilities. We also won $2 million for PA training in our Union contract, starting later this year–for the first time ever, PAs will be paid to attend voluntary training workshops.

Our Union is looking for YOUR input so that we can set up a training program that meets your needs and improves the quality of care we provide. Please take a minute to fill out this short survey to let us know what kind of training skills PAs in SEIU Healthcare Illinois & Indiana can use.

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2 Responses to “Paid training for Personal Assistants: Take this survey to help develop our curriculum!”

  1. I have never been trained to do my job. I, Timeka Washington am interested in the training workshop, and I would also like to be trained to become a ”Peer Mentor” to other PAs! Thank You.

  2. Arnesha Davis says:

    Please offer more training classes with different topics such as caring for clients with hypertension, stroke, diabetes etc. I really like the classes and find that these classes help me to take care of my client better. Also. Please offer more hours to help provide care for consumers. Providing more hours will help PA’s provide the adequate care that consumers need. 3-4hrs a day is not enough time to care for consumers. Less time to care for my consumer. Being a PA is a real job and it deserves to be treated as such. Please continue the home services program.


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