People with b typically work in hospitals, nursing homes, doctor’s offices or provide home care. Duties for the CNA would include monitoring the overall health and reporting on any changes, medication reminders, and helping patients (and their spaces) stay clean.
Part of being a CNA is staying a CNA, which means you need to keep your CEUs up to date through continued training.
If you’ve decided that you want to become a CNA, you’ll need to attend CNA school. To apply for CNA scholarships or to learn more about what a CNA does, check out the resources listed on http://www.mycnajobs.com Later guys!