CNA Classes Worcester, MA

Certified nursing assistants work closely with residents and usually provide most of the hands-on care. Their role in health places them in a position where they have the greatest influence on residents’ well-being and physical health. The profession is among the fastest growing, and job opportunities are expected to increase by at least 22 percent in the next decade.… Read the rest

CNA Classes Boston, MA

Certified Nurse Assistants play an integral role in the area of long-term care by providing an invaluable service to the senior and disabled population. They care for patients, attending to their vital hygiene and daily living functions. CNA training programs help students develop the skills needed to position and transport patients, measure and record vital signs, monitor patients’ overall health, and maintain a clean and safe living environment for the people they serve.… Read the rest

CNA Classes New Bedford, MA

Nursing homes in the United States bear the burden of staffing shortages as government studies reveal that more than 50% of homes do not have sufficient CNAs to provide direct care. While the figures bring to question the standard of care provided when there is a lack of staff, there’s a glimmer of hope for prospective CNAs.… Read the rest

CNA Classes Lowell, MA

Certified Nursing Assistants participate in the care of patients under the direction and supervision of Registered Nurses (RNs) and Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) and other medical staff. CNAs spend a great deal of time with patients and assist them with personal care tasks, such as bathing, dressing and feeding.… Read the rest

CNA Classes Fall River, MA

Approximately 30% of the United States’ population, equivalent to 78 million Americans, will require assisted or long term care in the next 20 years. With approximately 1.4 million CNAs employed in 2014, the demand is expected to explode as the rising needs of the senior population place greater demands on the health care industry.… Read the rest