Course Design: This course is based on the theory elements of the USA HHA (Home Health Assistant) standards. Course Purpose: To assist health care workers of all levels (Aids, Nurses, Physicians) to become familiar with the use of English Language Health care terms. Prerequisites: English level at 5.5 (IELTS) or equivalent. Lower abilities should have access to at least occasional tutoring. Modules include:Introduction to Care (An introduction to both the format of the modules and the area of applied health care.)Role of the Caregiver (Overview of what the primary caregiver may or may not do. Recognizes that rules and circumstance vary widely.)Introduction to Gerontology (Overview of Gerontology and aging using Western terms and theories of health.)Learning and Test Taking (For those that have not studied for a few years, this module provides some information to assist the student in becoming a better learner.)Infections and Infection Control (A generic approach to preventing and limiting infections.)Psychological Aspects of Health (Application of principally Maslow's motivational principles to applied care.)Introduction to Communications (Several theories and applications are presented. Selection of videos and approaches is based on exposing students to a variety of English language terms and views.)Appropriate for:Caregivers at any level whose first language is not English.Caregivers or potential caregivers who plan (hope) to study in English Language colleges or universities and who may need to improve their chances of admission through English Language skills or Health Care knowledge.Caregivers at any level who care for English Language persons in a non-English environment.