Useful tips for bathing patients as a CNA include checking the patient's mobility status, minimizing embarrassment and letting patients check water temperature.
In this section, you’ll find in-depth articles on different, important aspects of the training and career of a Certified Nursing Assistant. We’ll be updating this section with new articles regularly, so you may want to bookmark this page for quick and easy access later.
CNA Tips for Bathing Patientsread more
Handling Compassion Fatigue as a CNAread more
Some effective ways to handle compassion fatigue include taking time to recuperate, learning to say no, getting plenty of sleep, exercising and eating properly.
Top CNA Schools in San Franciscoread more
Some great CNA schools in the San Francisco area include Mission College, Santa Rosa Junior College, Evergreen Valley College and Modesto Junior College.
Most Common Reasons Patients Push Their Call Buttonsread more
Some of the most common reasons patients push their call buttons are due to pain, discomfort, thirst, hunger, boredom, loneliness and personal hygiene needs.
Top CNA Schools in Detroitread more
Some of the best CNA schools in Detroit include Henry Ford College, Schoolcraft College, Macomb Community College and Washtenaw Community College.
Top CNA Schools in Louisvilleread more
Top CNA schools in Louisville include Somerset Community College, Bluegrass Community and Technical College, and Jefferson Community and Technical College.
Top CNA Schools in Charlotteread more
Some of the top CNA schools in Charlotte include Central Piedmont Community College, Gaston College, Stanly Community College and York Technical College.
What is Visiting Angels for CNAs?read more
Visiting Angels Living Assistance Services is a home healthcare company that hires nurse aides and other caregivers to provide basic healthcare to patients.
Top CNA Schools in San Joseread more
Looking for a CNA school in San Jose? Be sure to check out Mission College, Gurnick Academy of Medical Arts, Central Coast College and Modesto Junior College.
Can I Work Independently as a CNA?read more
To work as an independent CNA, you will need to obtain liability insurance, register as an independent service provider and earn home healthcare certification.