Pros: i got the chance to meet new people and experience different things
Cons: unpredictable schedule
A typical day at work was to assist the residents with their Active Daily living skills.
I learned a lot about flexibility and how care is different for every individual.
The management was good. They kept in touch with everything and made sure things were ran as they were suppose to.
My co-workers were amazing. Everything went smoothly due to team work.
The hardest part of being a CNA is to not get attached to the people that you not only watched but help them get better.
The most enjoyable part of being a CNA is that I got the chance to help my residents get better, stronger, and comfortable with the position they are in.