Who knew how diverse caregiver roles can be? A big part of any caregiver duty is planning activities for seniors. But we all know this can be a difficult, daunting task at times. We posted a few caregiver activity ideas on myCNAjobs blog, but we would love to hear your ideas. Leave a comment below and let us know!
Caregiver jobs often require a large measure of sensitivity and respect for the client. For today’s Caregiver Training Tip, that’s especially true. Assisting with toileting can be an extremely delicate matter. The client is prone to feel vulnerable and uncomfortably dependent. It’s important for the caregiver to know how to reassure the client and make… Read more »
Sometimes being a CNA and HHA can be difficult and caregiver duties may go unnoticed. But myCNAjobs notices and appreciate all your hard work! May this quote encourage you today…
We don’t often post about specific CNA job opportunities, but when we do, it’s because it’s a BIG DEAL! Right at Home Senior Care, rated on of the top-ten best homecare agencies to work for in 2014 by YOU, is offering an exciting job opportunity for caregivers, CNAs, and HHAs living in the El Paso… Read more »
Last week, we started our blog posts on state-specific caregiver training, and what you need to know about caregiver training in the state you live! This week, we’re on to Alaska caregiver training. Remember that caregiver training can be useful not only for those seeking professional caregiver jobs, but also for those already in the… Read more »
Can you take the heat of being a CNA? Here are four qualities every good CNA should have . . . 1. A Certified Nursing Assistant must be able to handle stress well. Or at least better than this . . . 2. Have great time management skills. A CNA can’t leave important… Read more »
According to Scrubs Magazine, there are several fashion blunders that can happen in scrubs, but our fashion forward list will prevent those blunders this Spring. These scrubs are perfect for CNAs, caregiver, and nurses. You can download a digital copy here or embed this graphic to share on your own website using the embed code below…. Read more »
You can choose your friends, but you can’t always choose your co-workers. Teamwork is often times a huge part of working a caregiver job. However, you don’t get the luxury of hand-selecting your co-workers, and occasionally you might run into relational difficulties with one of them. It could be a difference in personality, a problem… Read more »
The Washington Post recently wrote an article entitled “Heading Toward the Caregiving Cliff,” which explained the challenges that face this nation as the elderly population grows and those with disabilities require regular care. The article tells the story of Sgt. First Class Cory Remsburg, who was severely injured in Afghanistan and now requires round-the-clock care… Read more »
Thanks for your response caregivers! You spoke and we listened – below is a summary of our latest 4th Quarter Caregiver Trend Report. Feel free to share it with others – Facebook it, Pin it, Tweet it – shout it out!