East Bay CNA from Hillendale Home Care is licensed by the State of California to provide Certified Nursing training courses for Contra Costa and Alameda Counties.

Certified Nurse’s Aides in Walnut Creek, CA- Helping With Recovery

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Certified nurse’s aides are trained to provide help with simple daily activities and also keep a close eye on a patient’s health. When a patient is in recovery they not only need help with meals and bathing, they also need to be monitored and given therapy for the best chances in a full recovery. Because nurse’s aides are experienced in so many different aspects of care, they are able to provide all the assistance a patient needs for recovery, and with most of the recovery assistance being given primarily by one person, patients are able to be cared for more efficiently.

When a patient is in recovery the nurse’s aide is responsible for keeping a close eye on the daily changes in their health. The slightest changes in health can determine whether a patient needs a change in medication, if they are having positive or negative results, and if their routine needs to be altered. To keep a close eye on the signs, the recovery team must be experienced and well trained. Nurse’s aides are highly trained in all aspects of care. They can provide everything from bathing assistance to therapy. In everything they do, nurse’s aides keep the patients recovery needs in mind.

Nurse’s aides provide patents with the daily meals, helping feed them if they are unable to do so themselves. They also provide patients with their required medication and are able to keep a watchful eye on a patient’s reactions, positive or negative, to the medication they are taking for their recovery. Because nurse’s aides get to know their patients well from one on one interaction, they can be quick to report subtle changes to their superiors to help determine changes in medication needs. Because of this close eye on recovering patients, the recovery process can be aided with much more precision.

Therapy is an important part of recovery. Certified nurse’s aides provide hands on therapy care for recovering seniors. They are trained to understand what each patient needs to experience a full recovery. They know what a patient can handle. Because each patient’s recovery needs are different; for example: an open heart patient versus a hip replacement patient; nurse’s aides must take into account their personal recovery process, focusing on their limitations. Helping a patient through therapy means helping them through a routine that strengthens their bodies while being careful not to overwork them and cause more harm than good.

Certified nurse’s aides, with the help of their superiors, have the training to make educated medical decisions that aid in a patient’s recovery. When a nurse’s aide sees improvement and reports it accordingly they can set new routines into place that help the recovery process advance so that the patient continues to see results. A patent’s safety and comfort are top priority, but for optimal recovery they must also get the daily hands on care from a professional. Nurse’s aides are not only trained in bedside manner, but also apart of skilled medical teams.

If you would like to start a rewarding career in the home care services field, contact Hillendale Home Care today and inquire about their CNA classes and CEU offerings.

Hillendale CNA and HHA School. Hillendale Home Care is licensed by the State of California to provide Certified Nursing training courses for Contra Costa and Alameda Counties.

About Bridget Waller

Bridget Waller, RN is the owner and Executive Director of Hillendale Home Care. Bridget received her nursing training at Charing Cross Teaching Hospital in London, England.

After moving to the USA she received her California nursing license and began her California nursing career in various Bay Area hospitals. Bridget eventually moved from the CCU/ICU/ER hospital environment into Home Health Care.

During her work experience in California, she has established supervisory and high-level management roles for a number of Bay area Home Health Care Agencies before opening Hillendale Home Care in 2002.

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