If your NJ CHHA license is expired or the New Jersey Board of Nursing records reveal that your Homemaker-Home Health Aide certification has been expired, then you’ll have to reinstate your expired license.
To return to active status as a Homemaker-Home Health Aide on the New Jersey CHHA registry, you must indeed retake the Home Health Aide exam and submit a Homemaker Home Health Aide Reinstatement Application. And you can always do that through one of New Jersey’s regulated Home Health Aide agencies like E&S Home Care Solutions
If your Homemaker-Home Health Aide certification has been expired for more than five years. For this reason, you must repeat the 76-hour Homemaker-Home Health Aide Training Program or a 16-hour Certified Nurse Assistant conversion course (only if you have a current active New Jersey Certified Nurse Assistant license) and submit documented proof from an agency or school that you successfully completed the mandatory training.
Make sure you complete the entire form and submit any copies of required documents. You may also seek assistance and schedule the exam at one of NJ’s regulated and approved agencies like E&S Home Care Solutions 9'0'8'2'2'2'8'4'9'4'that's authorized to administer the Home Health Aide examination and reinstatement submission in New Jersey.