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$30/Year (less than .10 cents per day)

There are many benefits included in a CNA membership with the National Association of Health Care Assistants (NAHCA).

As a CNA association, we stand together to demonstrate our professional pride, and we are also changing the public perception of health care facilities, such as nursing homes and hospitals. NAHCA has a large number of CNA members nationwide, which has gained the attention of many companies who have partnered with them, to honor its members with discounts on products and services! The work NAHCA does each and every day to improve both the personal and professional lives of our members is very important.

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  • 12 Hours of federally-required in-service education and transcripts
  • The NAHCA “EDGE” electronic newsletter
  • Special recognition in the “Edge”
  • CNA Fest registration discount
  • 10% ProShop discount
  • Members “live” interactive digital meeting
  • Access to “Members Only” website features
  • Text alerts for pertinent information
  • CNA-TV (featuring over 750 video topics)
  • Membership card
  • Membership certificate

A great opportunity for Certified Nursing Assistants, Assisted Living Caregivers, Hospice CNAs and others that care for the frail and elderly in Long Term Care.

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Barbara Harris, Baltimore, Maryland

“I became an CNA member of the National Association of Health Care Assistants because it is the only National CNA association in the world. Being a member of this Caregiver association makes me feel proud and it is an honor to be part of a larger professional community. NAHCA helps build important skills like leadership. The education they offer is second to none. It has improved my self-esteem and appreciation for my profession because of all they do to recognize our compassion and hard work.”

The Centerpiece of Long Term Care

by Celeste Billups

Direct Care Workers – nursing assistants, home health aides, and personal care workers form the centerpiece of the long-term care system. The following are a few things that I believe contribute to high turnover rate but are varied, things such as low pay,  lack of health insurance, poor or inadequate training, little or no opportunities to advance, poor relationships with supervisors, physical and emotional demands of the job and the sometimes lacking respect by management, residents families and society in general as they refer to us as “butt wipers”.   (Read More…)