Using What You Learn

Our Professional Caregiver Training curriculum serves as the fundamental source of learning for private duty caregivers. This training needs to be completed before starting the role.

Still, while on the job, caregivers might run into a situation where they need a refresher, something to jog their memory. Our “Just In Time” videos are easier to search when needed.


  • Patient Rights
  • Fire Safety
  • Assist With Dressing
  • Oral Hygiene
  • Gloves: Putting On, Removing and Disposing
  • Falls: Normal Aging
  • Preparing Food
  • Shampooing Hair
  • Specific Diseases and Conditions

Important: You may only perform tasks for which you have been trained, which have been approved by your supervisor, and which are listed in the person’s Plan of Care, as defined by state law.

Achieve Caregiver Training Success With Learn2Care

Flexible Learning

Tailor a learning plan that fits your busy life. Learn at your own pace and reach your personal goals on the schedule that works best for you.

User Friendly Access

Use whichever device you prefer: computer, tablet, or smartphone. All you need is an Internet and your secure personal login, anytime and anywhere.

Content That Matters

Adults learn best when they know it matters. Learn2Care teaches more than just tasks you do. You will learn how to give great care.

Robust Reporting

Cut time and costs by tracking and reporting learning activities in real-time in many ways. Use your time where it matters most: giving care.


Adults learn best when it matters the most. Just In Time Review Videos are crash courses that give caregivers a quick solution to problems they face on the job. Each video is only 1-4 minutes long and is straight from Learn2Care's "Professional Caregiver Training" courses.

Using the short review videos from Just In Time Review Training is a good refresher for caregivers on the job. However, Professional Caregiver Training is the source of primary learning here.

Caregivers can easily take Learn2Care's short training videos on a device of their choice - phone, tablet, or computer - from anywhere at any time.

Caregivers are only permitted to perform tasks for which they have been trained on, approved by their supervisor, and identified in the person’s Plan of Care, as defined by state law.

Why Wait?

Explore Our Just In Time Review Videos

What are the common person-centered, on-the-job details the caregiver might need to review in fast and easy ways? How does Learn2Care compare with your current caregiver resources?