0

Promoting Hospice in the African American Community

Untitled design-19

Culture is often a factor in non-acceptance of hospice. Taking care of family members is a way to express respect, gratitude, and dignity. And family members are trusted to make the best end-of-life c...

1

Learning from Each Other

Celeste's blog post

I entered a long-term care community, showed my badge, and told the receptionist who I was there to see, as I walked toward my patient’s room. I could feel the glare of eyes that said “who are you and...

2

Celebrating CNA Week June 17-24!

CNA’s help maintain care in some of the nation’s most difficult environments. During the COVID 19 crisis, CNA’s were deemed as having the most dangerous in America. We should celebrate these men and w...

3

The Centerpiece of Long Term Care

by Celeste Billups, NAHCA Contributor Direct Care Workers – nursing assistants, home health aides, and personal care workers form the centerpiece of the long-term care system. The following are ...