Recruit CNAs With Social Media

by Raymond Beavers, NAHCA Contributor There are several ways for you to recruit and retain quality CNAs for NAHCA, one of the biggest ways to recruit new CNAs to join NAHCA is social media. I believe that a great CNA that shares posts, creates new posts and shares...

CNAs Must Work Together

by Gwenell Hill, NAHCA Contributor The numbers we need are outstanding, especially considering the turnover rate we have now. No matter how big the numbers are, we must reach them to give our elders the care they need and deserve. The main way to do this is recruit...

Warriors of Long Term Care

by Drake Taylor, NAHCA Contributor The healthcare field as a whole is rapidly growing and CNA’s are the army/warriors to our team. Working as a Certified Nurse’s Assistant is not just a job, it is truly a passion. As front-line staff, we are the eyes and ears for both...

My Story

by Jamie Muse Brown, NAHCA Contributor I didn’t grow up like any other ordinary child. I have been through heartache after heartache and I could go on and list all of them, but there is one story I have to tell. This story shaped who I am as a person and hopefully it...

A CNA Wants To Be Paid

by Terrisita Stewart, NAHCA Contributor As with any profession, the way to attract job recruits and increase retention is mostly achieved through monetary value. CNAs want to be paid for all the hard work they do. CNAs should be receiving more than minimum wage since...

Anyone Can Become A CNA, But We Want The Best.

It is a very difficult task to retain and recruit quality CNAs. Everyone knows someone so sharing the positive encounters with family and friends can help spread the word. When you share with others how you make a difference in the lives of others maybe they too will...