Review the information and testing policies for medication testing. Log on to the N.C. Adult Care Medication Testing website to obtain additional information on medication aides in adult care homes, updates on testing, forms, copy of the Medication Administration Clinical Checklist and results for medication testing. Loading Loading.
Before allowing a medication aide to work, an adult care home facility must do the following: Verify that the person is listed on the N.C. Medication Aide Registry for Adult Care Homes. Keep a record of accessing the listing on the above registry. The Medication Study Guide for Unlicensed Personnel in Adult Care Homes is available on the Medication Testing website. A study guide may also be picked up at the Adult Care Licensure Section located in Raleigh. Medication Study Guide for Unlicensed Personnel in Adult Care .
Effective December 13, 2017 paper applications will no longer be accepted for test registration. All new candidates who have completed an approved North Carolina Medication Aide program for listing on the North Carolina Medication Registry for employment in a skilled nursing facility must have their approved training program upload their record.