Our in-person Nursing Assistant practice labs are named in honor of caregivers who broke barriers, cared for others despite grave danger to themselves, fought for equity and shaped the future of caregiving.
We asked our experienced CNA mentors which tools they can’t live without — so our new graduates know exactly what to pack for the first day of their exciting new CNA careers!
You probably know compassion and empathy are a big part of caregiving, but did you know CNAs also need great problem-solving skills and a sense of humor?
Caregiving is a rewarding career in its own right and a potential launchpad into other health care roles.
Becoming a Certified Nursing Assistant can change your life and the lives of those you provide care to daily. CNA Meaghen Green shares four important lessons she’s learned on the job.
Curious if a career as a Certified Nursing Assistant, or CNA, is right for you but not sure exactly what the job requires? Read on to find out what a CNA is, how to become one, and what a typical day on the job looks like.
Self-care is essential for CNAs and other health care professionals, particularly during pandemic times.
NextStep’s National COVID-Ready Caregiver Certification gives caregivers the skills they need to keep themselves and those they care for safe and healthy.