A typical day at work would consist of counting and passing medications. Charting on each patient, ordering meds, communicating with residents and their families. It also consisted of helping with ADL's (activities of daily living). Making sure that everything on that shift was running smoothly and correctly and that the CNA's were doing their jobs correct.
The hardest part of this job was losing a resident. You get very attached to them because you are with them everyday, They become like family. The most enjoyable part of the job is helping the one that need it and communicating with them, learning about their childhoods and families.
Helping people, making a difference in their lives.
Pay and dealing with the loss of people.