The Caregiver Workforce & the Digital Divide

Technology innovation can be both exciting and intimidating for caregivers such as geriatric nursing assistants (GNA), certified nursing assistants (CNA), and home health aides (HHA). This article reviews the impact of the digital divide on the caregivers working on the front lines of senior care as they deal with technology innovation.

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How to transfer your CNA license to New York through reciprocity

When moving to New York as a CNA, you can transfer your license. Thanks to reciprocity,  you can transfer your license without additional CNA training. Several states don't offer this option.

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Maryland experts reveal the top 5 CNA interview mistakes

Maryland experts weigh in on the top 5 CNA interview mistakes. It's natural to feel nervous about your CNA interview. Avoid mistakes by being on-time, making eye contact, ignoring your phone, and being prepared.

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Caregiver Duties - 5 reasons why caregiving is more than just a job

Caregiver duties have evolved from being “just a job” to become a vocation that calls for a deep dedication to helping those in need. There is a growing demand for competent, dedicated, and compassionate caregivers, including certified nurse’s aides, home health aides, personal care aides, and more.

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The top 7 caregiver job interview tips for success

This guide shares 7 caregiver job interview tips from an expert -- things that you can do to stand out from other job applicants. Keep track of your interview, smile, be on time, dress well, know the name of your interviewer, share your personality, and be able to explain why you want a caregiver job.

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