Pros: great scheduleing
Cons: limited material
A typical day at work consist of coming in as greeting by the staff and residents with a smile. Organizing my day according to the shower schedule of the day. Reporting to my assigned residents and informing them I was their CNA and will provide care for them during his hours. After the early showers were done and everyone received their breakfast, I will dress the remainders who typically doesn't go out of room to eat. Clean and maintenance their rooms, which included making beds, emptying trash cans, and so forth. After all rooms were decent, I would perform my last diaper changes and end my day with charting vital signs and any changes to healthcare or conditions.
I learn who to be more passionate with residents. I learned how to change colostomy bags and insert cathiters.
Management was changing often so I didn't develop any perception on them.
Coworkers were great and very reliable
The hardest part of the job was having to search for material such as towels and diapers and socks for resident who needed them.
The most enjoyable part of the job was getting the residents ready for the day, especially if their family or friends were coming to visit.