A listing of all approved training programs for providing medication aide courses.
Learn about the two types of caregiver background checks required by regulated facilities/entities.
The Registry is a record of the names of nurse aides and other noncredentialed caregivers with a substantiated finding of caregiver misconduct.
All entities regulated by the Division of Quality Assurance must submit all caregiver misconduct incident reports, regardless of perpetrator.
Wisconsin's Caregiver Law requires background and criminal history checks of certain caregivers.
The purpose of the feeding assistant is to supplement nurse aides and licensed nursing staff in long term care facilities.
DHS provides regulatory oversight of nursing home personnel who are able to administer medication to nursing home residents.
Information for becoming a nurse aide or nurse aide training program.
In an effort to attract and retain more nursing home caregivers, WisCaregiver Careers is designed to add an extra 3,000 nurse aides to the workforce.
Last Revised: May 19, 2017