Nursing Assistants spend more with residents than other health members of the care team. They act as the "eyes and ears" of the healthcare team. Observing and reporting changes in the resident's condition or abilities is a very important role of the NA.
Home health aides (HHAs) provide assistance to the chronically ill, the elderly, and family caregivers who need relief from the stress of caregiving. Learn the essential knowledge and skills in caring for people who are ill in a home setting.
The RNA is an advanced care provider. He or she has received additional training in rehabilitation and restorative care. Becoming an RNA is something to be proud of, and is a step up the career ladder!
As approved by the American Hearth Association, this training provides critical knowledge and skills essential in saving a life for adult, child, and infant with incorporation of AED and choking. E-cards issued same day.
Need to renew your license or just need to update your skills and knowledge regarding your scope of practice and role and responsibility in your chosen discipline? Attend our convenient class schedule for your CEU.
The course includes the theory and practice of the administration of intravenous fluids with emphasis on fluid and electrolyte balance, indications for the use of intravenous therapy, use of equipment, blood withdrawal and venipuncture. The course is approved by the Board of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technicians and is suitable for continuing education hours for LVN’s only.