Just Kidding Around in Pediatrics

Workplace Spotlight: Pediatrics Congrats! It takes a special person to work with kids! You are the envy of all your CNA friends! Not everyone has the skill set necessary to thrive in the complex, chaotic and diverse pediatric environment...but you do! Your unique combination of flexibility and desire to work closely with a team makes…

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Life is Full Of Choices…in an ALF!

Workplace Spotlight: Assisted Living Facility (ALF) Independent. Ability to make your own choices. Want to be active and social. No more cooking or cleaning. No laundry or yard work. Sound like the ideal vacation? Nope, it's an Assisted Living Facility (ALF). An ALF is the ideal place for elderly residents that don't want all the…

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Office Work: Keeping it Short and Sweet!

Workplace Spotlight: Urgent Care Centers and Medical Offices You like to keep things short, sweet and focused on the problem. A complex mix of hands-on, clinically focused care, short encounters in a structured setting with the ideal daytime schedule is right up your alley. Having a team on your side, but not really having to…

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Mental Health is still Healthcare!

Workplace Spotlight: Mental Health Struggle no more, for you have found a safe place of healing and hope where a yearning soul is called to care for the soul of others. This call is persistent, and has led you to service in mental health. As a Mental Health CNA, you have that deep understanding that…

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Hospice Heroes are all Heart

Workplace Spotlight: Hospice Overview It's official...you can change your name to ANGEL. because your wings are showing. Straighten up that halo and read on to see why you are the ideal candidate to provide Hospice care to terminally ill patients. All CNAs are special, but it takes a SPECIAL kind of special to be able…

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The FASTEST growing segment of Healthcare is…

Workplace Spotlight: Home Care Home is where the heart is...and most of the patients! Home care is the FASTEST growing segment of healthcare in America...and for good reason! When you are sick...where do YOU want to be? Yep, home. And your patients do, too. It takes a special person (like YOU) to work in someone…

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Why a Nursing Home might be your DREAM job!

Workplace Spotlight: Nursing Home Oh, those stories! CNAs in a Nursing Home spend months, or even years, with the same residents. Not everyone has the skill set necessary to provide daily care for the same patients in a nursing home environment...but you do! Your unique combination of stability, caring personality and desire to get to…

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Workplace Spotlight: Rehabilitation Center

Workplace Spotlight: Rehabilitation Center You like the best of all worlds, don't you?! Not everyone has the skill set necessary to thrive in a rehabilitation environment...but you do! A little of everything is right up your alley! Variety...check. Routines...check. Clinical skills...check. Personal care skills...check. Helping people physically AND emotionally...check and check. The icing on the…

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So, you want to work in a Hospital?

Workplace Spotlight: Hospital Not everyone has the skill set necessary to thrive in the complex, chaotic and diverse hospital environment...it takes a unique combination of flexibility and desire to work closely with a team to thrive in a hospital setting. Overview As a hospital CNA, you will be caring for the sickest people in the…

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Question of the Day 1

Daily questions with answers texted directly to your cell phone! Sign up here: When taking a blood pressure with an AUTOMATED cuff, the reading was 168/112. What should you do? a. document the blood pressure b. re-check the reading with a manual cuff c. tell the nurse to give the BP meds d. call 911…

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