I’m Vanessa , a 40yo RN / Geriatric nurse ( specialized in Alzheimer’s/ Dementia and numerous other areas in medical field . I was born and raised in Germany and moved to TN 13 years ago . All together I have 8 years of medical school ( all in Germany ) moving to the states I realized I had to do schooling all over again . And this time I have used all my savings for the big move and application for my greencard . So started out cleaning houses . After that I started taking care of elderly people mainly w/ Alzheimer’s dementia but can work in all directions in this field . Bed wound care , upper respiratory ( changing Tubus/ trachs - breathing machines etc ) I have been self employed for the past 5 years. I am fluent in English and German . Also open for translating jobs , teaching etc #translater #caregiver #nurse #geriatricnurse
Yes, you can. You may need some education in CNA training. Does not take long, I think a few months here in Texas. I'm not sure about certification elsewhere. Wishing you the best of luck.
Yes you can,but each State pay is not the same, just don't come to Florida to work as a CNA you will be over work and under pay, because they don't appreciate CNA and the hard work we do in this State.
It varies by state I'm sure but I have worked for 4 different companies as a caregiver in Ne. The only training I had other then what the employer provided of how they want things done was family experiences. That is the big difference between a CNA and a caregiver, lower pay and not schooling required.
U can go to a agency like help at home