Archive for September, 2014

6 Things you Weren’t Told in CNA Training

Monday, September 8th, 2014

CNA Training Have you ever heard the phrase, “Some things can’t be taught?” After CNA training, you’ll discover this is not only true, but some of that things that can be taught, just aren’t. That’s okay, though. It’s those little discoveries and learning experiences after CNA training that help you become certain of the future […]

After CNA Training: When You’re Stuck With the Bully

Saturday, September 6th, 2014

CNA Training I’ve told you before that after I finished CNA training, I worked in a nursing home. It was some of the most challenging work I’d every done, but the smiles of every patient I cared for made all of the long hours and the hard work worth it. My colleagues made it worthwhile […]

After CNA Training: Blogging About Patients

Thursday, September 4th, 2014

CNA Training So, you’ve started your own blog, and you want to share your experiences after CNA training. That sounds like a great idea! Blogging about your work after CNA training is a way to help others learn from your experiences. But, do you know what you can and cannot share about the patients you […]

Coping With PCOS After CNA Training

Tuesday, September 2nd, 2014

CNA Training Dealing with a illness like PCOS after CNA training can be difficult for CNAs. After your training ends, you’ll probably work long hours, lack regular sleep, and sometimes you won’t exactly feel like eating the healthiest of meals (who thinks a kale salad sounds good at seven o’clock in the morning?) When you […]