Students, potential caregivers, and volunteers seeking work as caregivers can now take an online, self-paced program that results in a Certificate of Completion — all at no cost to the user. Developed by ARCH National Respite Network and Resource Center, the course builds the knowledge and skills required for becoming a paid or volunteer respite caregiver in New Mexico. Training includes specific instructions for locating respite care opportunities within our state. This 7-hour course focuses heavily on care for service to persons with developmental abilities.
Go directly to New Mexico’s Respite Care Training portal
What is ARCH? Visit the ARCH National Respite Network and Resource Center website here
Review the ARCH nationwide core competencies here
Why did ARCH develop this portal for New Mexico? ARCH selected New Mexico Caregivers Coalition to host the training portal because of stakeholder sessions NMCC held in 2016-17, and because of NMCC’s advocacy in encouraging a respite care system for New Mexico.
Read more about the Respite Provider Training and Recruitment Pilot here
Questions? Write email@example.com or call 505-867-6046