Top Certified Nurses' Aide Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Certified Nurses' Aide. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Certified Nurses' Aide resumes they appeared on. For example, 10.3% of Certified Nurses' Aide resumes contained Personal Care as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Certified Nurses' Aide actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Certified Nurses' Aide resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Personal Care

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Here's how Personal Care is used in Certified Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Monitored vital signs and medication, administered bedside and personal care, and provided ambulation and personal hygiene and feeding assistance.
  • Assist in-home bound patients with personal care, and medication administration under the Nurse supervision to facilitate independence and enhance quick recovery
  • Administered bedside or personal care to elderly and disabled individuals.
  • Provided professional personal care to elderly and developmentally disabled clients.
  • Provide personal care to individuals with limited to no mobility
  • Provided personal care to non-verbal disabled in nursing facility.
  • Provided basic personal care for residents
  • Provided personal cares to residents, assisted residents with activities of daily living, and charted on health status of residents.
  • Provided personal care for clients in their homes adhering to basic care and special care guidelines from nurse's aide training.
  • Provided care to elderly individuals in a nursing home setting that included activities of daily living, personal care, and companionship
  • Assist patients with personal care and grooming, including bathing, dressing, toileting, hair, nail, mouth care.
  • Provided essential personal care to elderly residents which included monitoring daily living, observing personal hygiene and serving meals, etc.
  • Provide personal care including bathing, feeding, grooming, hygiene, and dressing, light housekeeping, supervise activities.
  • Provided personal care assistance to residents as directed, which includes: bathing, grooming, feeding, and toileting.
  • Assisted in providing medical treatment and personal care to patients in private home settings and be designated Home Health Aide.
  • Administer personal care, perform housekeeping duties, and assist with activities of daily living for patients in the home.
  • Provided personal care for the multiple needs of residents including hygiene, transferring, assisting with dining and maintaining safety.
  • Care for patients by changing bed linens, fixing laundry, cleaning, and assisting with patients' personal care.
  • Helped patients with personal care, such as bathing and toileting, as well as meal preparation and light housekeeping.
  • Guided client activities to include but not limited to personal care, meal preparation, cleaning, and shopping.

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2. Patient Care

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Here's how Patient Care is used in Certified Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Collaborated with other professionals to ensure effective and efficient patient care delivery and the achievement of desired patient outcomes.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of age-specific patient populations and cultural diversity during the provision of patient care.
  • Managed supplies and restocked inventory as need to ensure optimal availability for patient care.
  • Administered direct patient care of geriatric population in the skilled and assisted living environment.
  • Collaborated with other professional co-workers to ensure effective and efficient patient care.
  • Perform direct patient care under supervision of licensed nursing personnel
  • Received recognition from management regarding exceptional patient care.
  • Promoted independence by establishing patient care goals.
  • Direct responsibility for patient care and activities.
  • Traveled to individual facilities and client's homes to perform duties in their patient care plan, assist with daily activities.
  • Assisted patients with hygienic needs such as bathing, dressing, and grooming in accordance with patient care policies and procedures.
  • Performed direct patient care to a wide variety of surgical and medical patients, and reported to a nurse team leader.
  • Assisted professional nursing staff, performing specific patient care tasks within scope of practice in this 55-bed intermediate care facility.
  • Provided basic patient care, assistance with activities of daily living for the elderly or disabled in a convalescent setting.
  • Assist patient with daily activities (bathing/eating/cleaning room), assessing patient vitals and condition, complete patient care notes.
  • Chart patient care and behavior at the end of the shift and report care and behavior to the oncoming shift.
  • Direct patient care -Experience with patients in ICU -Obtain/chart vital signs -Emergency department and telemetry -Room sterilization -Promote daily living skills
  • Assisted with errands, bookkeeping, cleaning of the home, direct patient care, ambulation and meal preparation.
  • Performed patient care in correspondence to activities of daily living including toileting and incontinence care in a home setting.
  • Assisted staff to ensure optimal patient care and maintained a clean, safe, and attractive environment for patients.

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3. ADL

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Here's how ADL is used in Certified Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Provided designated care for residents including distribution of medication, personal hygiene assistance and ADL care
  • Assisted clients with activities of daily living (ADL) * Provided emotional support and companionship * Worked with a diverse population
  • Provided care for residents, assisted with ADL's, medical charting duties, vitals, height, weight.
  • Assisted residents with activities of daily living (ADL) and conducted range of motion exercise and mobility assistance.
  • Performed ADL care, documentation of tasks, and patients status' including vital signs and skin condition.
  • Assist in Daily ADL Care for residents which include Bathing, Toileting, Oral Care, & Feeding.
  • Take vital signs - Meal Planning - Medication Management - Assist with all ADL's - Transport to appointments
  • Helped residents with the therapy and ADL's as well to have them more productive in their life.
  • Assisted patients with ADL's, monitored vital signs and reported any health issues to the case manager.
  • Home health care of patients which provides help with ADL's, cooking, errands/outings, and cleaning.
  • Assist clients with ADL's, self administration of medication, and complete vital signs as needed.
  • Performed patient care activities along with ADL's including personal hygiene, toileting, and oral feeding.
  • Assisted residents with ADL, s including; oral hygiene, incontinent care, dressing and feeding.
  • Assist 10-12 patients in activities of daily care and to perform various general ADL'S per shift.
  • Observed the patient and supported emotional needs Charting ADL's and treatments in book form and computer input
  • Provide assistance with ambulation, daily ROM exercises, ADL skills in long-term and acute care settings.
  • Provided ADL's to residents whether it was in the nursing home or providing home health.
  • Assist with Activities of Daily Living (ADL's) by encouraging residents to be self-reliant.
  • Care for elderly by helping with ADL's showering, tidying up, and serving meals.
  • Provided care for individuals who needed various levels of assistance with ADL's, medication reminders.

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4. Vital Signs

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Here's how Vital Signs is used in Certified Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Provided vital signs independently while documenting and reporting to a Registered Nurse.
  • Provided direct patient care, monitored vital signs, administered medications.
  • Obtained vital signs before and after administration of medications.
  • Monitored vital signs and medications.
  • Assisted the elderly in their daily living, charting, vital signs, feeding, incontinent care, and hydration assistance.
  • Assisted with conducting medical screenings at corporate wellness fairs by conducting vital signs, EKG's/ECG's, and body fat analysis.
  • Perform and assist with range of motion, vital signs, Foley catheters, and measure intake and output per shift.
  • Assisted clients by acquiring and charting vital signs, fed and bathed clients as well as assisted them in day-to-day activities.
  • Monitored vital signs, patient pain levels, 02 saturation, heart rhythms, blood glucose and intake and output.
  • Assisted disabled patients with vital signs and necessary daily duties as such as bathing, clothing, and meal preparation.
  • Provided high-quality patient care and safety to several residents, bathing, dressing, grooming, transportation, vital signs monitoring
  • Obtained and recorded vital signs, assisted with getting in and out of the shower, toileting activities and ambulation.
  • Take vital signs, observing for changes in patients, assist with delivering, setting up trays and feeding patients.
  • Skilled care nursing community- assisted patients with feeding, range of motion, vital signs, charting, and toileting.
  • Answered patients' calls for help; took vital signs, monitored behavior and physical condition for progress or deterioration.
  • Assisted with basic nursing skills such as bathing, feeding, vital signs, intake and output, and computer documentation
  • Reported directly to the nursing staff of all abnormal vital signs (including lab results) and altered mental/physical status.
  • Promoted patient dignity during patient care and mastered clinical skills in assessing daily vital signs and providing post-hospital care.
  • Volunteered to take vital signs and assist with feeding homeless men, women and children during free health screening.
  • Carried out hygiene, vital signs, meal preparation, and feeding to ensure quality care for each client.

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5. Blood Pressure

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Here's how Blood Pressure is used in Certified Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Distributed daily vitamins and monitored blood pressure.
  • Take and record vital signs to include, blood pressure, temperature, weight, and record and measure both intake/output.
  • Recorded all required vital sign such as: TPR, blood pressure, weight, intake and output and food consumption.
  • Read and recorded resident's blood pressure, pulse, temperature, respiration's, weight, and blood sugar.
  • Take and record patient s blood pressure, temperature, pulse, respiration, height, weight and glucose levels.
  • Administered self-given medications and take daily vital signs such as temperature, pulse, respiration, and blood pressure.
  • Take and recorded blood pressure, pulse, respiration, temperature, height, weight, intake and output.
  • Collected samples of body fluids of the patient for testing, recording temperature, pulse, blood pressure etc.
  • Provided primary patient care including vital signs, weights, temps, blood pressure, and blood sugars daily.
  • Assist Patient Advocate with gathering resident information * Take resident blood pressure reading; take blood glucose upon request
  • Measure and record body temperature, pulse, respiration and blood pressure for the patient's records.
  • Assisted certified nursing assistant with taking vitals (blood pressure, temperature, intake/output, etc.)
  • Composed residents weight, blood pressure, intake/output and temperature for nursing logs on a daily basis.
  • Light house keeping, helping with showers, feeding, taking blood pressures, and taking temperatures.
  • Communicate any changes in patients' condition pertaining to blood pressure, sugar level and other vitals.
  • Take weekly vital signs including: Blood Pressure, Pulse, respiration, Temperature, and weight.
  • Recorded vital signs, such as temperature, or blood pressure, as directed by medical staff.
  • Take patient vital signs including temperature, blood pressure and promptly documenting information in patient chart.
  • Collect and record vital signs: blood pressure, temperature, oxygen level, and pulse.
  • Assist with taking and recording blood pressures and blood glucose and report levels to visiting nurses.

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6. CNA

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Here's how CNA is used in Certified Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Provided CNA staffing requirement fulfillment for surrounding hospitals in the California Valley.
  • Completed CNA Certification course during employment.
  • Feed people - Dressing people - Other personal hygiene tasks for people - Travel to multiple nursing homes/hospitals that need CNA workers
  • Lift, move, and transport clients, using proper body mechanics or lifting devices * Complete CNA documentation for care provided
  • Distributed medicine to patients while performing the regular duties of the CNA: Read and recorded temperature, pulse and respiration.
  • Certified Nurse's Aide (CNA) includes bathing and washing patients as well as helping them to shower if needed.
  • Cared for 13 to 20 resident and filled in as substitute CNA for other assignments, with specialty in hospice care.
  • Trained/certified as a CNA, helped residents with daily activities, provided residents with respect and dignity while administering care.
  • Certified Nurse AidePerform CNA duties under the direction of the nursing staff, answer call lights to determine resident needs.
  • Provide high quality patient care as a CNA within surgical, acute care, rehabilitation, and nursing home requirements.
  • Work at a variety of facilities performing CNA duties to include bathing, dressing, hygienic care, etc.
  • Worked Full-Time as a CNA in Nursing Home serving residents with serious medical, mental health and behavior issues.
  • Teach CNA courses in accordance with the Federal, State and College guidelines, monitor and track clinical hours.
  • Perform all standard CNA duties while maintaining positive atmosphere and compliance of all standard operating procedures of the facility.
  • Worked Full-Time as a CNA in a Dementia Unit serving residents with severe cognitive loss and behavior problems.
  • Provide high-quality patient care as a CNA within surgical care, acute-care, rehabilitation, and long-term care.
  • Provided optimum patient care as a professional CNA within traumatic brain injury, acute-care, and rehabilitation settings.
  • Direct care night CNA at Maine Medical Center, responsibilities included aiding with staffing needs throughout the hospital.
  • Experience as a 'Lead CNA', with additional responsibilities of leading and supervising the CNA team.
  • Assisted residents with activity of daily living Chart and report the activity with other CNA and Nurses.

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7. Fluid Intake

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Here's how Fluid Intake is used in Certified Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Assist nursing staff by obtaining resident vital signs, weights, bandage changes, and monitoring fluid intake and output.
  • Provide adequate nutrition and fluid intakes, planned prepared and serve meals and snacks according to prescribed diet's.
  • Assist with ADL's, established care plans and measure and record resident's fluid intake and output.
  • Monitor and record fluid intake and output, vital signs, general changes in mood or appearance.
  • Monitored patient vitals, fluid intake/output and assisted with personal care bathing, dressing and feeding
  • Changed bed linens, charting food and fluid intake/ output as directed by nurse supervisors.
  • Set up of meal trays, and documenting food / fluid intake, Feed residents.
  • Monitored and recorded vital signs as well as food and fluid intake / output.
  • Measure and record patient's fluid intake and output; gave enemas when needed.
  • Take and record vital signs, Measure and record pt fluid intake and output.
  • Assisted with bathing, dressing and undressing, help with food and fluid intake.
  • Assisted patients with daily functions, and monitored fluid intake and output levels.
  • Recorded and documented fluid intake, urine and stool output, and ambulation.
  • Monitored and recorded vital signs, weights and fluid intake and output.
  • Recorded temperature, food, fluid intake, and output as directed.
  • Measured and recorded fluid intake and output; totals at shift end.
  • Assist with adequate nutrition and fluid intake, to include G-tube/bolus feedings.
  • Bed making daily, measuring and recording fluid intake and fluid output.
  • Encourage daily fluid intake which is essential to diet and hydration.
  • Assist with adequate food and fluid intake and document the intakes.

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8. Daily Living Activities

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Here's how Daily Living Activities is used in Certified Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Assist patients with daily living activities* Maintain patient stability by checking patient vitals* Assist patients with mobility
  • Provided assistance for disabled patients through daily living activities to enable the highest level of patient independence
  • Assisted elderly or disabled adults with daily living activities in a residential facility.
  • Helped physically and mentally disabled children and adults with daily living activities.
  • Assisted in daily living activities including personal hygiene and nourishment.
  • Assisted with daily living activities for residents throughout facility.
  • Assisted patients with daily living activities and administered daily medication
  • Assist residents with daily living activities also medication administration
  • Assisted facility patients with daily living activities.
  • Provided help with overall daily living activities including but not limited to: supporting patients with baths, cooking, and cleaning
  • Assist elderly and/ or disabled adults with daily living activities at the resident home or in a daytime non- residential facility.
  • Assist patients with daily living activities including feeding, bathing, dressing, ambulating, grooming, hygiene and light housekeeping.
  • Provided aide to patients in daily living activities such as eating, bathing, dressing, and using the restroom.
  • Assist patients as required in all daily living activities such as eating, brushing teeth, dressing, and undressing.
  • Provided senior and disabled patients with customized care and assisting them with daily living activities such as grooming and feeding.
  • Help patients with getting in and out of bed, bathing, getting dressed, and other daily living activities.
  • Worked in the patient's home, performing daily living activities, such as feeding, bathing, and dressing.
  • Assisted patients of all ages with daily living activities which included bathing, taking vital signs, and changing beds sheets
  • Job Description: Providing long term care to residents by assisting with daily living activities based on their specific care plan
  • Certified Nursing Assistant with experience serving chronically ill patients, including assisting with daily living activities and household tasks.

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9. Nurse Aide

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Here's how Nurse Aide is used in Certified Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Obtained certification as a nurse aide and became certified in cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
  • Certified Nurse Aide/ Patient Psychiatry Technician, Brazos Presbyterian Nursing Homes
  • Trained and supervised new nurse aides References available upon request
  • Certified Nurse Aide, Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses
  • Attended all mandatory company and nurse aide meetings/seminars.
  • Certified Nurse Aide assisting residents with daily personal care such as feeding, clothing, bathing, and providing recreational activities.
  • Assisted patients with ambulation, feeding, bathing, exercises and other basic needs as directed by the nurse aide coordinator.
  • Worked as a Certified Nurse Aide and Rehabilitation Aide in a Skilled Nursing setting with a variety of conditions and individuals.
  • Certified Nurse Aide - assisting patients with ADL's, vital signs, recording input/output, super user for lifts.
  • Trained other nurse aides when they were hired and lead exercises at various assisted living facilities for their residents.
  • Board Certified Registered Nurse BLS/ACLS Certification ALA Certification Volunteer for Visiting Nurse Service (Hospice Care) Certified Nurse Aide
  • Performed duties as a Certified Nurse Aide, Medication Aide and other duties as assigned by the administrator.
  • Perform other procedures as delegated by the licensed nurse and within the scope of nurse aide responsibilities.
  • Nurse Aide on a cardiac floor, responsible for daily weights, EKG's and vital signs.
  • Nurse Aide to assigned long-term and rehabilitation residents under the supervision of a RN or LPN.
  • Worked on the 3rd floor Orthopedics and Urology as the night nurse aide to 40+ patients.
  • Nurse Aide/Home Health Aide I checked vital signs and made accurate and proficient daily reports.
  • Certified Nurse Aide is responsible for any direct care of the residents of this facility.
  • Certified Nurse Aides take care of daily chores, doctors visits and many social activities.
  • Worked in other units and helped other nurse aides to get work done when needed.

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10. Dementia

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Here's how Dementia is used in Certified Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Provided specialized care for residents with dementia and combative behaviors-Mediated family member requests and concerns for palliative care
  • Provided quality care to dementia residents by assisting with orientation and maintaining eye contact with disoriented patients.
  • Provided skilled nursing care to long-term care and dementia residents at a physical rehabilitation and long-term care facility
  • Provided quality care for multiple patients in a diverse environment including specialized dementia units.
  • Provided nursing assistance to residents in a long-term-care facility of dementia patients.
  • Applied practical intervention procedures for dementia or behavioral problems.
  • Care for residents in assisted living facilities diagnosed with dementia
  • Worked closely with Geriatric and Dementia population.
  • Worked 2 years in dementia/ memory care with long-term residents, doing more focused care with 12-15 patients on average.
  • Provide acute care by helping with vent patient, dementia residents, short term rehab and long term.
  • Shift * Assisting Residents with disabilities - specialty in Dementia - activities of daily living * Train New Hire
  • Provided care to hospice, rehabilitation, long-term, and dementia patients in a skilled nursing facility.
  • Provide essential care for elderly residents, in both, general population and the dementia unit.
  • Aided in Ambulation, Nutrition, & Hygiene of elderly and residents with and without dementia.
  • Job Description: Complete of care of residents on the senile/dementia unit of a nursing home.
  • Floated to different units of the facility including Psychiatric, Acute Care, Dementia, and Rehabilitation
  • Obtained experience with residents with dementia by working on the Memory Care section of the facility.
  • Assisted and cared for residents with a variety of disabilities including mild to severe dementia.
  • Provided one on one with dementia; stroke patients to improve memory and physical functions.
  • Provide unbiased care to a widely diverse group of residents; specializing in Dementia.

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11. Alzheimer

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Here's how Alzheimer is used in Certified Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Specialized in providing behavioral/emotional support and supervision for those with dementia and Alzheimer's.
  • Encouraged and worked with individuals on the Alzheimer's/dementia unit on personal care management.
  • Collaborated with team leaders to provide therapeutic activities for the Alzheimer population.
  • Provided behavioral/emotional support and supervision for this with Dementia and Alzheimer's.
  • Helped to engage Alzheimer/dementia clients in activities that stimulate brain activity.
  • Provide aid for Alzheimer residence with everyday living requirements.
  • Completed company training program for Alzheimer and Dementia Care
  • Experienced and worked with Alzheimer's/Dementia patients.
  • Assisted a variety of different residents with activities of daily living including rehabilitation, long term care, and Alzheimer's/Dementia care.
  • Provided safe and effective care to elderly clients with various physical and psychological disorders such as CVA and Alzheimer's Disease.
  • Assist residents with bedpan, urinal, commode or incontinent care, and monitor the safety of continent and Alzheimer residents.
  • Provide high-quality patient care, supervision, and assistance to Alzheimer's patients per the policies and procedures of the facility.
  • Worked with clients with Mental and Psychiatric disabilities, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, Paraplegia, and many other disabilities.
  • Worked on Alzheimer's locked down unit, young adult unit, skilled unit (intensive care), and others.
  • Work was done in a secure memory care unit, which involved extensive interaction with Alzheimer's and dementia patients.
  • Assist nursing staff with patient care, check vital signs and perform safety checks, assisted living and Alzheimer's care
  • Worked on a 120-bed facility that consisted of an assisted living, Alzheimer's, and skilled care unit.
  • Assigned to the Memory Care Floor: Specialized in daily living support of patients diagnosed with Alzheimer s and Dementia
  • Provided care to elderly (Alzheimer's unit) Including perennial care, bed turning, Hair Care, Companionship
  • Experience working on all units as a Float; Alzheimer's, long term care, and rehab units.

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12. Charge Nurse

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Here's how Charge Nurse is used in Certified Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Administered medications to elderly in long-term care Documented appropriately on medications given Communicated with the charge nurse of resident concerns
  • Communicated information concerning patients as needed to the charge nurse
  • Provided basic care to medically fragile residents, monitored resident vital signs and reported any fluctuation to the charge nurse immediately.
  • Monitored resident's condition and report changes in attitude, appearance, behavior and/or physical ability to the on-duty charge nurse.
  • Assist residents with activities of daily living, provide bedside care, and report observations to charge nurse about residents condition.
  • Completed documentations such as reports required by charge nurse, staff and psychologists on a daily, weekly, monthly basis.
  • Complete daily logs documenting patient condition, vital signs, and activities; report change in condition to charge nurse.
  • Communicated with charge nurse, care plan manager, occupational and physical therapists and other health care providers as needed.
  • Maintain records of patient care, condition, progress, or problems to report and discuss observations with charge nurse.
  • Monitor and observe residents' physical, mental, and emotional status and report changes and incidents to Charge Nurse.
  • Document on patients and report to charge nurse any changes in patient physical, mental, emotional, behavior.
  • Monitor and document changes in residents' status in records and report status change to Charge nurse and/or doctor.
  • Monitor patients to ensure physical and mental well-being; inform charge nurse on supervision of change in patient status.
  • Evaluate any significant differences in the resident's mental and physical health and report to charge nurse as appropriate.
  • Reported any changes with the residents to the charge nurse and performed safety awareness, and postmortem care.
  • Recounted all observed or allegations of resident abuse to the Charge Nurse immediately consistent with policy and procedure.
  • Reported to charge nurse immediately if there was an emergency or problem with a resident or residents belongings.
  • Worked closely with a team of CNA's and supervising Charge Nurse on 11pm-7am shift providing elder care.
  • Work under Charge Nurse, provide resident with safety comfort and practice universal precaution, proper lift techniques.
  • Coordinated with case manager and charge nurse of admissions, discharges, and transfers to the medical/surgical unit.

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13. Physical Symptoms

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Here's how Physical Symptoms is used in Certified Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Recorded the residents' behavior and their physical symptoms to the medical personal in charge.
  • Document any observations of residents' behavior, complaints and physical symptoms.
  • Reported observation of residents' behaviors and physical symptoms to nurses.
  • Operated Mechanical Lifts Documented and reported observations of resident's behaviors, complaints and physical symptoms to nurses.
  • Document or otherwise report observations of patient behavior, complaints, or physical symptoms to nurses.
  • Documented observations of patient behavior, complaints, or physical symptoms using Kiosk.

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14. Daily Care

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Here's how Daily Care is used in Certified Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Assisted them with daily care from showers/dressing/prepare meals/physical rehab treatment/home and laundry cleaning.
  • Assisted elderly and physically disabled individuals with personal daily cares
  • Provide accurate documentation of daily care.
  • Write daily care notes in patient s charts; supervise patients with swallowing and feeding problems, and ambulation of patients.
  • Assisted residents with daily care, bathing, feeding, dressing, oral care, ROM and other care as needed.
  • Supervised confused patients, providing daily care, feedings and monitoring input and outputs, as well as documenting daily activities.
  • Performed various duties daily care of patients, vital signs, physical, examinations, body mechanics, and geriatrics care.
  • Performed daily care for residents which included daily hygiene care, (showers, dressing and all personal hygiene).
  • Performed all nurses' aid responsibilities such as all aspects of daily care, including bathing, feeding and dressing.
  • Provide daily care for a patient with multiple sclerosis including bathing, dressing, grooming, and bowel management program.
  • Assist residents with daily care such as: hygiene, up keep of rooms, as well as eating.
  • Assess up to 12 patients during daily care and notify LPN/RN of clinical changes to maintain proper health care.
  • Worked with Elderly or disables to ensure they got their daily care and daily goals with therapy done.
  • Assisted residents with daily care activities, such as bathing, dressing, skin care, and feeding.
  • Performed all the aspects of daily care, including bathing or showering, feeding, and dressing patients.
  • Provided residents with routine daily cares such as dressing, hygiene, eating, ambulation, and transfers.
  • Preformed daily care procedures, to include but not limited to bathing, grooming, dressing and feeding.
  • Performed all daily cares for numerous residents ranging in age from 22-100 with moderate to severe health concerns.
  • Assisted residents with daily care such as dressing, toileting, bathing, and other assistance as needed.
  • Assist residents with all aspects of daily care, including bathing, feeding, toileting, and dressing.

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15. Emotional Support

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Here's how Emotional Support is used in Certified Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Assisted with basic activities of daily living* Provided emotional support to patients* Monitored and reported vital information
  • Provided behavioral/emotional support and supervision for those with dementia and other illnesses.
  • Communicated with residents for social and emotional support.
  • Provide companionship and emotional support to patients and families
  • Provided emotional support to resident/patient and family members.
  • Provided quality time and emotional support to residents.
  • Provided psychological and emotional support to the elderly.
  • Provided a hospitable environment, and emotional support.
  • Provided patient hygiene and emotional support.
  • Demonstrated excellent social and emotional support.
  • Provide participants with emotional support.
  • Provide residents with emotional support.
  • Provide emotional support to residents.
  • Provided emotional support to patient.
  • Provided encouragement and emotional support.
  • Assisted the elderly with there ADL's, made beds, kept rooms well organized, and also emotional support.
  • Assist residents of local skilled nursing unit with activities of daily living including hygiene care, emotional support, and safety
  • Provide emotional support to residents and try to be a source of socializing for them as much as possible.
  • Interacted with residents by bathing, dressing, grooming, feeding, exercising, and providing emotional support.
  • Provided patients with social and emotional support and also provided vital information on patients' conditions to nurse.

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16. Health Care

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Here's how Health Care is used in Certified Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Assess patients emotional and environmental needs and provide effective communication to patient/family, team members and other health care professionals.
  • Attend mandatory in-service training for educational purposes on health care regulations.
  • Created and maintained provider schedules utilizing Composite Health Care System.
  • Provided health care assistance in rehabilitation/occupation therapy ward.
  • Provided health care task, personal hygiene services, housekeeping and other related support essential to the consumers' health.
  • Provided health care tasks, personal hygiene services, housekeeping tasks and other related support services for numerous elderly clients.
  • Completed all course research, testing, and assignments such as Mental health care, and community health care practices.
  • Worked in a rural health family practice providing health care services to a wide patient base covering geriatric health issues.
  • Fort Sam Houston, Texas Provided home health care to HIV patients, assist with daily living to the elderly.
  • Perform and record all necessary duties to provide absolute care within the health care facility's policies and procedures.
  • Worked with the health care team for the provision of development of appropriate care to the patient and families.
  • Ensured proper health care action plans are being carried out to get the resident on a path of recovery.
  • Provided direct patient care, vital signs, collaborated with nurses and other members of the health care team.
  • Worked with other members of the health care team such as Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists and Speech Therapists.
  • Collaborated with a variety of health care professionals including nurses, directors, administrators, and social workers.
  • Provide home health care to clients including but not limited to bathing, preparing meals, and light housekeeping
  • Experienced working in a long-term care facility, in home health care and have hospice many of times.
  • Home health aide providing the highest areas of home health care med passing in a home like environment.
  • Provided basic health care such as: bathing, grooming & dressing under direction of the nursing staff.
  • Provided home health care assistance to senior citizens including ensuring all nutrition and medical needs were being met.

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17. CPR

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Here's how CPR is used in Certified Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Registered mandatory reporter, CPR/First Aid updated
  • Provide patient care, help perform Activities of Daily Living, familiar with CPSI computer training, Basic Life Support/CPR certified.
  • Certified in BLS (Basic Life Support) including CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) and Telemetry monitoring (Heart rhythms).
  • Experienced in basic treatments such as CPR, removing IV access, and administration of medical creams, or powders.
  • Change out linen, updated safety training on usage of (PPE) Personal protective equipment, current CPR card.
  • Assisted in patients Activities of daily living, feeding, changing, dressing, vitals, CPR, first aide,
  • Managed customer facing, and taught swimming lessons (CPR, First Aid and Lifeguard Certified).
  • Lifted, pushed, turned, stretched, and performed CPR as needed on residents.
  • Maintained all certifications including CPR, first aid and mandatory training classes for patient safety.
  • Administer and teach the American Heart Association CPR course to CNA and LPN students Skills.
  • Provided Care for patients, Performed CPR when necessary, Completed charts for patient records
  • Assisted with patient care; vital signs, dressing changes, CPR as needed.
  • Implemented emergency medical aid such as CPR, first aid, and emergency services.
  • Cared for short/long term and total care residents* Certified in First Aid and CPR
  • Certified CPR/First Aide Crisis Response; complete safety plans with suicidal clients.
  • Assisted residents with daily living skills provided care and maintained CPR certification.
  • Trained in CPR, first aid, adult and child abuse reporting
  • Have knowledge of emergency procedures: CPR, blood pressure monitoring.
  • Can perform CPR/First Aid on infant, child, and adult.
  • Initiated two codes, providing CPR once, resulting in positive outcome

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18. Resident Care

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Here's how Resident Care is used in Certified Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Provide daily resident care, patient safety advocate, behavior monitoring, maintain daily private medical documentation.
  • Provide clerical and communication support related to operations of the facility & resident care.
  • Provided and monitored primary resident care and assistance with daily living activities.
  • Follow resident care plans, walking/transfer instructions and restorative program as indicated.
  • Assisted with routine and repetitive resident care activities on the rehabilitation unit.
  • Performed resident care for residents in a skilled and rehabilitation facility.
  • Make recommendations to improve efficiency of resident cares and safety.
  • Maintain confidentiality of all pertinent resident care information.
  • Reviewed resident care plan periodically and consistently.
  • Document resident care consistently and accurately.
  • Total resident care with demented and combative
  • Assist professional nursing staff in providing resident care in accordance with standards, guidelines, and regulations governing long-term care facilities.
  • Maintained accurate records of resident care, condition, progress and concerns, documenting data and routine aspects of resident care.
  • Provided resident care, prepared and assisted residents with meals, provided residents with care upon activities of daily living.
  • Tasked with maintaining environment and resident safety, including handling of blood and body fluid and cleaning resident care areas.
  • Operated the computer software to record and store resident care as a training of learning software program.
  • Ensured the safety and protection of residents rights in accordance with resident care policies and HIPAA.
  • Assisted resident with hygiene, dressing, feeding, ambulation and proper procedures of resident care.
  • Home Health Resident care: bathing, cooking, feeding, cleaning their house, conversing.
  • Delivered daily resident care for hygiene, recording vital signs, and promote healthy eating.

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19. RN

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Here's how RN is used in Certified Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Cared for Hospice patients, monitored over patients overnight, documented any activity that occurred.
  • Experience finding alternative communication methods for non-verbal patients and providing therapeutic care to distressed patients.
  • Learned specialized care techniques for clients with mental disabilities and behavioral issues/concerns.
  • Assisted with range-of-motion exercises, turning and positioning bedridden patients regularly.
  • Learned appropriate tools of communication for unhappy patients.
  • Communicated with family health concerns about their relatives.
  • Maintained and updated accurate records of patient care, personal medical conditions, gradual progress and all concerns expressed by clients.
  • Turn and position patients, transfer patients to wheelchair or stretcher, provide range of motion and assist with ambulation.
  • Reinforce patient teaching previously accomplished by the professional nurse (e.g., turning, coughing, and deep breathing).
  • Received critical feedback, leadership and direction from nursing staff, including RN's and MSN's regarding patient care.
  • Measure and record vital signs and fluids, cleaning of bandages, provide safety and report to RN as necessary.
  • Provided residents with assistance in daily activities, bathing and grooming; work closely with LPN and RN report changing behavior
  • Clean resident equipment & maintain clean resident conditions and report on resident status or family concerns to a licensed nurse.
  • Ensured all patient related concerns are in compliance with the Health Information Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA).
  • Labeled and stored patients' and/or residents' clothes and turns over valuables to person designated by the facility.
  • Know, understand and follow company quality systems, internal policies and procedures as well as safety initiatives.
  • Work with and caring daily for elderly military veterans who call the Western KY Veterans Center their HOME.
  • Train new employees and provide clinical training for nursing students from Meridian Technology Center and Northern Oklahoma College.
  • Experience in taking vitals; checking glucose; turning on time schedule; and dealing with post-op patients.
  • Provided social and emotional support to patients and delivered vital information on patient's conditions to RN's.

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20. Bed Linens

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Here's how Bed Linens is used in Certified Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Tested vital signs of patients and perform routine care such as changing bed linens that increases the patient's comfort level.
  • Assist in feeding, bathe, dress, entertained, charting, activities and changed bed linens and proper housekeeping.
  • Cared for patients by changing bed linens, washing and ironing laundry, cleaning, or assisting with their per
  • Certified Nursing Aide Changed bed linens, washed and ironed patients' laundry, and cleaned patients' quarters.
  • Changed bed linens for all patients on every visit to ensure they were kept free of bed sores.
  • Measure vital signs, change bed linens and report changes in patient's condition to medical staff.
  • Changed bed linens or make beds and feed patients or assist patients to eat or drink.
  • Change bed linens and made beds, cleaned rooms, bathrooms, and other areas.
  • Change bed linens, record amount of oral intake, and measure urinary output.
  • Changed bed linens, washed patients' laundry, and cleaned patients' quarters.
  • Change bed linens, make beds and keep rooms clean and orderly.
  • Change bed linens, wash and iron clothes, light housekeeping.
  • Passed and collected bed pans along with changing bed linens.
  • Changed bed linens and kept residents rooms neat and clean.
  • Light housekeeping, changed bed linens, and wash laundry.
  • Bathed, fed and dressed residents, changed bed linens.
  • Changed bed linens, and whatever else that was needed.
  • Take and record vital signs; change bed linens.
  • Changed bed linens as needed or requested by patient.
  • Dusted and changed bed linens on patients' rooms.

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21. Hoyer

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Here's how Hoyer is used in Certified Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Trained and experienced in the proper use of Hoyer lifts, as well as transporting of patients via wheelchairs or beds.
  • Assured essential social and emotional support for patients; Assisted with Hoyer lift when needed; Reported to Head Nurse.
  • Assist self-directing consumers with regular transfers or Hoyer lift and ambulation including use of cane, walker, and wheelchair.
  • Lift and transfer patients as needed (via Hoyer) in consistent alignment with safety regulations and proper body mechanics.
  • Assist patients with ambulatory care with use of transfer gait belts, Hoyer lifts, and a sitting stands.
  • Assisted with transferring residents in and out of wheelchairs and adaptive equipment including using Sara lifts and Hoyer lifts.
  • Cared for patients by feeding, grooming, bathing, assisted with lifting, transferring using Hoyer lift.
  • Utilized a Hoyer lift to assist patients in, and out of beds, chairs, and commodes.
  • Used patient Hoyer lifts to move patients from the bed to wheel chairs and also used manual lift.
  • Used Hoyer lift to assist people with limited mobility into wheel chairs, bed, toilet, and vehicles
  • Trained and fully capable of utilizing the Hoyer and stand-up lift in accordance with resident transfer status.
  • General nursing home duties such as patient care, use of equipment (hoyer) and activities.
  • Utilized Hoyer lift to assist patients on or off of beds, examination tables, or stretchers.
  • Transfer residents safely using gait belt, hoyer and stand lifts, one and two person transfers.
  • Transfer of residents with Hoyer lifts and stands up lifts from their beds to wheel chairs.
  • Assist with transferring using 1 and 2 person transfer, Hoyer lift and Stand up lift.
  • Learned the uses of a hoyer and sit-to-stand when the needed for declining resident's.
  • Assisted in Hoyer transfers, utilized gait belt and other mobility devices to transfer independently.
  • Demonstrated ability to safely operate Hoyer Lifts when transferring patients from bed to chair.
  • Assisted with ambulation, and transferring via a gait belt or a hoyer lift.

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22. Signal Lights

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Here's how Signal Lights is used in Certified Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Answered signal lights, bells, alarms and intercom system to determine residents' needs.
  • Answer signal lights to determine patients' needs.
  • Executed daily operations of ADLS Answered signal lights, bells and intercom system to determine patients' needs.
  • Anwsered signal lights, bells and intercom system to determine patients' needs.
  • Answered signal lights, bells and intercom systemTo determine patients' needs.
  • Answered signal lights and input patients data into Kios machine.
  • Monitored psychiatric patients with meds, ROM * Answered signal lights, bells and intercom system to determine patients needs.

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23. Physical Support

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Here's how Physical Support is used in Certified Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Provided physical support to each patient with relationship to individual ability and hospital policy.
  • Provided physical support with residents to perform daily activities.
  • Provided emotional and physical support to all residents.
  • Provide emotional and physical support for patients.
  • Provide physical support to assist patients to perform daily living activities, personal hygiene, and social activities.
  • Assisted nursing staff and worked as a team Assisted residents with dressing/hygiene/cares Gave emotional and physical support to residents

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24. Bedridden Patients

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Here's how Bedridden Patients is used in Certified Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Bathed, groomed, shaved, dressed turned and re-positioned bedridden patients, alone and with assistance, to prevent bedsores.
  • Turn and position bedridden patients; assist with personal hygiene, mobility, and feeding.
  • Turned or positioned bedridden patients to prevent bedsores and preserve normal range of motion.
  • Turn and re-positioned bedridden patients every two hours to prevent bedsores.
  • Reposition bedridden patients and assist patients in performing daily living activities.
  • Recorded vital signs and intake/output; turned or repositioned bedridden patients.
  • Repositioned bedridden patients and provided physical support.
  • Repositioned bedridden patients to prevent bedsores.
  • Turned and repostioned bedridden patients.
  • Prepare, Serve, AndCollect Food Trays.Turn And Re-position Bedridden Patients, Alone Or With Assistance, ToPrevent Bedsores.
  • Turned with limited assistance, bedridden patients to help prevent bedsores, and change their bedding.
  • Turn and reposition bedridden patients, alone of with assistance, to prevent bed sores.
  • Help to transfer, or reposition bedridden patients to prevent breakdown of their skin.
  • Turned and re positioned patients to prevent bedsores and contractures in bedridden patients.
  • Turn and reposition bedridden patients to ensure comfort and safety.
  • Turned and repositioned bedridden patients in order to prevent bedsores.
  • Turn and reposition bedridden patients to prevent bedsores5.
  • Rotate and reposition bedridden patients as needed.
  • Turn and repostion bedridden patients to prevent breakdown of the skin Follow infectious disease precautions to prevent spread of organisms.
  • Supply, collect, and empty bedpans Turn or reposition bedridden patients.

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25. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Certified Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Enhanced customer service and improved quality of living by providing a positive experience for every patient.
  • Provide excellent customer service to residents and family members*Assist Patients with needs of everyday living.
  • Developed superior customer service while maintaining a relaxing and home like environment.
  • Assist resident families as necessary providing them excellent customer service
  • Answered phones and directed visitors with exemplary customer service.
  • Performed duties of customer service representative when required.
  • Provided exceptional customer service in all work activities.
  • Assist with daily living activities, work as manager on duty as needed, prepare meals, and provide excellent customer service
  • Utilize interpersonal skills, assisting with physical and emotional needs, patient care, maintained patient privacy and customer service.
  • Cited for excellence in interpersonal communications, teamwork, customer service, flexibility, bedside manner, and reliability.
  • Utilized excellent clinical, customer service and communication skills to build trust and developed long term relationships.
  • Provide customer service to residents through assistance with activities of daily living according to individual meets.
  • Provide customer service involving patient relations, basic medical skills, and detection of emergency signs.
  • Handled patient's inquiries complaints and customer service issues by researching and resolving the issue.
  • Received Customer Service Certified Nurse's Aide of the Year 2 years in a row.
  • Provided a high level of customer service to the residents, family and other employees.
  • Serve the public recreational drinks as well as food and providing excellent customer service.
  • Provide personal care, assistance with meals, provide activities and excellent customer service.
  • Generalized Patient Care, Feeding, Toileting, Customer Service, Teamwork, Interpersonal Communication
  • Provided customer service to residents and family members with any issues or concerns.

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26. Oral Hygiene

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Here's how Oral Hygiene is used in Certified Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Provided in home care to elderly and bed ridden patients; assisted with bathing, oral hygiene, and hair maintenance.
  • Assist patients with activities of daily living such as eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and oral hygiene.
  • Helped model proper behavior and approaches to personal grooming, oral hygiene, bathing, feeding and incontinence care.
  • Assured residents were given adequate assistance with personal and oral hygiene needs following facility's policies and procedures.
  • Provided Daily hygienic tasks such as shower, shampooing, shaving, oral hygiene.
  • Aided patients in activities of daily living including feeding, bathing and oral hygiene.
  • Assist patients with oral hygiene, and personal hygiene, assist with bathing.
  • Assist residents with oral hygiene bathing changes in clothing, care of incontinence.
  • Assisted residents with grooming, oral hygiene, bathing, and incontinence care.
  • Provided direct patient care including bathing, dressing, and oral hygiene.
  • Cared for the personal and oral hygiene of the residents.
  • Bathed or assists patient to bathe, provides oral hygiene.
  • Assist patients in bathing, dressing and oral hygiene.
  • Assisted them with oral hygiene.
  • Motivated Pt through her Hospice Assited with bathing, oral hygiene, feeding and support pt through her time by caring
  • Assisted patients with daily living functions Bathing, grooming, oral hygiene, eating, active treatment Performed charting
  • Assist with daily living Dress/provide oral hygiene Make patients bedding Provide safety checks Check medication
  • Provide support and assistance to the eldering with activities of daily living Peri-care Oral Hygiene Ambulation Dressing

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27. Intercom Systems

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Here's how Intercom Systems is used in Certified Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Answered patient call signals, signal lights, bells, or intercom systems to determine patients' needs.
  • Answered signal lights, bells and intercom systems to determine patients' needs.Bathed, dressed and undressed patients.
  • 77573Answered call signal lights bells and intercom systems to determaine patient's need in a timely and efficent manner,
  • Provided care for patients by answering patient call signals, or intercom systems to determine patients' needs.
  • Answer patient call signals, signal lights bell, or intercom systems to determine patients needs.
  • Answered calls or intercom systems for the nurse's office.

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28. Infection Control

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Here's how Infection Control is used in Certified Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Maintained departmental policies and procedures, objectives, quality assurance program, safety, environmental and infection control standards.
  • Monitored infection control and 100% compliant to safety regulation ensuring zero incidence.
  • Promoted patient safety and environmental cleanliness by practicing infection control.
  • Demonstrate understanding of and utilize proper infection control practices/policies.
  • Follow isolation precautions and infection control procedures.
  • Followed infection control and safety measures.
  • Follow procedures for disease/infection control.
  • Care for elderly patients in LTC facility-Assist with ADL's-Experience with dementia/Alzheimer's disease, hospice and rehab clients-Infection control and safety procedures
  • Participated in infection control and ensured the cleanliness, sanitation and maintenance of all facilities, resident rooms and equipment.
  • Educated in State Regulations including (but not limited to) HIPPA, OSHA, MSDS and infection control.
  • Reduce risk to patient service by following and adhering to standers of infection control in care of all patients.
  • Provide non- resident service such as washing wheelchairs and cleaning patient areas in compliance with infection control procedures.
  • Maintained a clean, safe, healthy environment by followed organization standards and followed basic infection control techniques.
  • Perform personal hygiene, infection control, dietary care, administrating treatments, reporting, and emotional support.
  • Follow infection control protocols to avoid the spread of disease and infections Continuously use proper hand washing techniques.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of first aid, patient rights, universal precautions, infection control, and body mechanics.
  • Follow appropriate company guidelines for Infection Control to prevent spreading of germs and spores which transport diseases.
  • Assisted nursing staff to maintain aseptic and sterile techniques as part of infection control protocol.
  • Provided for resident's comfort and privacy, while insuring infection control and safety.
  • Practice infection control and critical incidents, risk, management and quality improvement plans.

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29. Safe Environment

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Here's how Safe Environment is used in Certified Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Reported and/or responded to unsafe environmental conditions and infractions of safety and infection control policies.
  • Monitored and provided a safe environment for patrons* Helped to maintain cleanliness of facilities
  • Maintain safe environment by recognizing, eliminating, and/or reporting hazards.
  • Keep patients in a clean and safe environment by changing linens, clothing, and escorting to and from the lavatory.
  • Attended to personal care needs of geriatric residents, dressed, bathed and fed residents while maintaining a safe environment.
  • Helped with shopping, outings, grooming, medications, and other daily activities, always providing a safe environment.
  • Assisted in caring for patients with special or age-related needs, providing a safe environment and utilizing appropriate resources.
  • Make and change beds, feed and bathe residents, maintained an organized a clean and safe environment.
  • Provided quality care to residents in a calm, organized manner and ensured a safe environment.
  • Work alongside with nurses and other medical professionals in insuring a safe environment for residents.
  • Assist residents with activities of daily living while maintaining a clean and safe environment.
  • Help to maintain a safe environment for residents, employees, and visitors.
  • Maintained a healthful and safe environment to keep patients from fall and injury.
  • Maintained a safe environment for residents as well as maintained infection control.
  • Assessed patients quarters for a clean and safe environment according to law.
  • Maintain a clean and safe environment* Assist with meals and every day living
  • Provide a clean and safe environment for the client and their family.
  • Light housekeeping to provide a clean and safe environment for the client.
  • Maintain a clean, comfortable, and safe environment for assigned patients.
  • Assist residents with activities of daily living and maintain clean/safe environment.

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30. Respiration Rate

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Here's how Respiration Rate is used in Certified Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Take patient's temperate, pulse, and respiration rate take blood pressure and determine if range is abnormal.
  • Check and record patients vital signs; temp, blood pressure, respiration rate, and pulse rate.
  • Take and record a patient s temperature, blood pressure, pulse and respiration rates.
  • Assess patient's temperature, pulse rate, respiration rate, or blood pressure.
  • Record vital signs, temperature, blood pressure, pulse, respiration rate.
  • Recorded vital signs such as temperature, blood pressure and respiration rate.
  • Take residents temperature, pulse, and respiration rate.
  • Take patient's temperature, pulse, and respiration rate, blood pressure and determineif range is abnormal.

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31. Medical Equipment

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Here's how Medical Equipment is used in Certified Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Staff Development/Training - Training of Certified Nursing Technicians and development of staff in home medical equipment and financial institution.
  • Ensured cleanliness and safety of medical equipment and working environment
  • Operated and maintained medical equipment.
  • Take patients vital signs, assist and feed patients, set up medical equipment, assist RN in procedures.
  • Used medical equipment such as oxygen containers, mobility lifts etc., assisted clients in dining area.
  • Store and set up medical equipment in conjunction with laying out tools for the next patient exam.
  • Evaluated all medical equipment to verify there are no malfunctions and that it is being operated correctly.
  • Operate various medical equipment; CPM, patient lifts, bladder scanner, vitals machines, SCD
  • Set up home- health; nursing follow-up, arrange durable medical equipment deliveries per doctor orders.
  • Recorded vital signs, set up medical equipment, and aided with various medical procedures.
  • Performed vital signs for individuals using medical equipment and documenting the results in files.
  • Assisted nurses with medical equipment recorded information on patient condition to nurses.
  • Transport residents to treatment units using wheelchair or medical equipment.Experience
  • Use medical equipment such as Hoyer lifts and wheelchairs to move patients.
  • Check vital signs Clean and sanitize patient area and medical equipment.
  • Set up medical equipment as requested by healthcare provider.
  • Answered phones, checked patients in/out, vitals, EKGs, Spirometers, set up medical equipment
  • Provide great quality care to my residents Vitals Proper knowledge and use of medical equipment
  • Full assist resident care * Charting * Maintain Medical Equipment
  • Documented patient information Took patient vital signs Set up medical equipment Observed changes in patient's condition or behavior

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32. Patient Behavior

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Here's how Patient Behavior is used in Certified Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Documented patient behavior and treatment in reports; initiated support interactions pertaining to treatment issues and crisis intervention.
  • Documented observations of patient behaviors and complaints.
  • Document and otherwise report observations of patient behavior, complaints, and physical symptoms to the medical team.
  • Maintained patient care records by documenting services provided as well as taking histories and recording patient behaviors.
  • Assist with vital signs, specimen collection, observed patient behaviors, social interactions and therapeutic activities.
  • Evaluate and reassess of care plan by observing and reporting changes in patient behavior and physical status.
  • Documented patient behaviors and any changes in symptoms related to end of life care.
  • Conferred with nursing staff on patient behavior to ensure care between shifts.
  • Recorded patient behavior changes based on illnesses or medication changes.
  • Followed client care plan and observed patient behavior.
  • Documented patient behaviors and any changes in symptoms.
  • Observe and monitor patient behaviors.
  • Observe patient behavior socially, mentally and respond to the call light and patient request.
  • Identified changes in patient behavior and responses and reported information to internal healthcare teams.
  • Recorded patient behavioral and physical well being Attended education conferences monthly Applied ethical and confidential care strategies

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33. Daily Needs

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Here's how Daily Needs is used in Certified Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Assisted patients with daily needs with confidential documentation.
  • Assisted disabled elderly individuals with basic daily needs such as bathing, medications, cleaning, shopping and food preparation.
  • Assisted residents with daily needs such as mobility, bathing, feeding residents and inputting results in a daily log.
  • Provided supervision and assistance to the residents, with their daily needs, record weight, vitals and meals.
  • Attended to the daily needs of nursing home residents, including making beds, bathing, dressing, etc.
  • Assist patients with all daily needs such as range of motion exercise daily activities to strengthen my patients confidence
  • Bathed residents*Assisted residents in getting in and out of bed*Helped take clients to meals*Checked on their daily needs.
  • Assist with daily needs including bathing, dressing, range of motion, eating, walking and positioning.
  • Collaborate with family members to ensure the patient's daily needs are met while ensuring their safety.
  • Care for residents daily needs that they cannot do themselves also coordinate activities as an assistant.
  • Assist with daily needs, Administer medications according to state regulations, and supervise staff overnight.
  • Assist clients with daily needs such as hygiene, meals, house cleaning, and errands.
  • Work very closely with residents to provide daily needs and support as per the care plan.
  • Assisted nurses and patients with daily needs (health, safety, and hygiene procedures).
  • Assisted residents with their daily living and care, completed documentation on their daily needs.
  • Cared for the elderly while helping them take care of their daily needs and activities.
  • Provided companionship to residents Assisted residents with daily needs feeding, cleaning, showering, etc
  • Supervised 8 geriatric residents with daily needs, meals, activities, and med's.
  • Prepare and assist patient with daily needs; bathing, light cleaning, and cooking.
  • Care for and assist residents with their daily needs and aide in essential nursing tasks.

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34. Oral Care

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Here's how Oral Care is used in Certified Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Help with Daily Activities, Assist RN in procedures, Oral care, Transporting, Bathing, and Cleaning of rooms.
  • Assisted residents with bathing, feeding, transferring, oral care, etc., care tracked on vital signs and ADL's
  • Assist residents with activities of daily living such as ambulation, toileting, dressing, oral care, showers/baths, etc.
  • Assist residents with daily personal hygiene activities such baths/showers, toileting, nail care, oral care, dressing/undressing and grooming.
  • Provide direct care to residents, bathing, and showering, dressing, transporting, ambulating, and oral care.
  • Provided direct patient care, assisting with activities of daily living not limited to oral care, bathing & dressing.
  • Assist residents with activities of daily living: bathing, dressing, grooming, toileting, oral care.
  • See to personal care such as bathing, nail clipping, oral care, hair care, dressing.
  • Performed activities of daily living (bathing, dressing, oral care, feeding, etc.)
  • Assist patients in daily activities including bathing, feeding, oral care and incontinent care.
  • Assisted residents with oral care (brushing teeth) as per Care Plan.
  • Feed, bathed, showered dressed patients and did oral care for patients.
  • Provide assistance with bathing, dressing, eating, toileting and oral care.
  • Assist with dressing, oral care and other necessary care of patients and residents
  • Assist with dressing, bathing, nail, oral care and feeding.
  • Assist with hygiene to include oral care, sponge bath or showers.
  • Helped the patients with showers, partial baths, and oral care.
  • Provide incontinent care, showers, grooming, and oral care.
  • Provide personal hygiene, oral care, feeding as needed.
  • Perform oral care on residents.

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35. Elderly Patients

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Here's how Elderly Patients is used in Certified Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Provide skilled nursing care to elderly patients and patients in rehabilitation/ nursing home facility
  • Obtained extensive experience working with mentally impaired elderly patients.
  • Provide caring companionship to elderly patients.
  • Provided support for the elderly patients, assisted with daily personal hygiene, range of motion, exercise and ambulation.
  • Cared for elderly patients and assisted with daily living while learning the value of treating people with respect and dignity.
  • Job Duties: Responsibilities included but not limited to, caring for elderly patients to their individual needs, e.g.
  • Work with elderly patients afflicted with Alzheimer's disease, and also Medicare and Assisted Living patients.
  • Provided quality in-home care to elderly patients with various health issues, including dementia and terminal illnesses.
  • Provided assistance to elderly patients with chronic health conditions in the role of Certified Nurse Aide.
  • Cared for elderly patients by bathing, daily upkeep of their home, and prepared meals.
  • Assisted elderly patients with daily activities and functions including feeding, bathing, and dressing.
  • Monitored and treated elderly patients in the nursing home setting and assisted with daily living skills
  • Provided assistance for elderly patients with hygiene care, food preparation, and housekeeping.
  • Worked with elderly patients with dementia, as well as hospice & oncology patients.
  • Assisted elderly patients with dressing, bathing, and eating on a daily basis.
  • Assisted elderly patients with personal daily living activities; ran errands as need.
  • Provided care to elderly patients with specific care needs in nursing care center.
  • Provided daily tasks to enhance the quality of life for elderly patients.
  • Engaged elderly patients through the discussion of physical and health educational topics.
  • Assisted Elderly patients with everyday care such as hygiene and feeding.

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36. Patient Rooms

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Here's how Patient Rooms is used in Certified Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Stayed busy during any downtime by keeping the nurses station organized and clean and washing wheelchairs or picking up patient rooms.
  • Cleaned and sanitized patient rooms, bathrooms, or other patient areas* Feed patients or assist patients to drink.
  • Organized patient rooms by making beds, cleaning tables and disposing of infectious waste.
  • Take vital signs and administer medications; keep patient rooms clean and orderly.
  • Perform light housekeeping in patient rooms such as making beds and emptying trash.
  • Provided help to nursing staff by making beds and keeping patient rooms tidy.
  • Prepared patient rooms, massaged patients, assisted patients with exercises.
  • Clean and sanitize patient rooms, bathrooms, and patient areas.
  • Maintained sanitary conditions in patient rooms and general work area.
  • Prepared patient rooms prior to their arrival after surgical procedures.
  • Monitor patients for fall risk via camera in patient rooms
  • Assist patients with laundry and cleanliness of patient rooms.
  • Organize patient rooms and stations to maintain a hazard-free environment
  • Oversee that patient rooms are safe and properly cleaned
  • Maintained gloves and equipment in all patient rooms.
  • Stocked all nursing unit and patient rooms.
  • Clean and maintain all patient rooms.
  • Preserve and set up patient rooms.
  • Keep patient rooms clean and sanitary.
  • Serve meals, make beds and keep patient rooms clean.

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37. Physical Therapy

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Here's how Physical Therapy is used in Certified Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Prepared patients for physical therapy treatment by welcoming, comforting, providing and/or assisting patient into physical therapy apparel.
  • Direct clients in simple prescribed exercises in occupational and physical therapy.
  • Assisted with following through with physical therapy recommendations.
  • Assisted with physical therapy exercises and activities.
  • Home health-Respite, Housekeeping, Transfers, Showers, Transportation to activities, Shopping, Medication reminders, Physical Therapy.
  • Aided nurses in residents daily living activities, including eating, bathroom, showers, and dressing Assisted in physical therapy
  • Monitor client's money use, schedule appointments, provide transportation, assist with physical therapy and pool therapy.
  • Provided assistance in personal care, physical therapy and assisted residents in his or her every day living.
  • Worked in Physical Therapy Department directing patients with exercises, walking, daily stretches, and holding objects.
  • Aided breast cancer survivor with activities of daily living, physical therapy regimen, chores and transportation to doctors
  • Provided care-giving that included overnight stays, house keeping, companionship, meals and trips to physical therapy.
  • Help with Physical Therapy transfers, answer call lights, pass lunch trays and feed patients as needed.
  • Assessed and admitted new residents into the nursing facility, as well as the physical therapy rehab center.
  • Top aide on floor working with elderly, bathing, feeding, physical therapy, social activities.
  • Direct care provider for end of life care and care of patients undergoing physical therapy for rehabilitation.
  • Assist with ADL's and physical therapy such as exercise regiments, muscle stretching/relaxation and whirlpool therapy.
  • Helped transfer patients to the chapel, salon and physical therapy room for appointments on the premises.
  • Coordinated with staff nurses, physical therapy and speech therapy to ensure high patient satisfaction and safety.
  • Assisted patients in their ADL's, assisted in physical therapy, and transportation, CNA scheduling.
  • Completed training in team building, management of physical therapy aide and restorative aide and C.N.A.

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38. Medical Records

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Here's how Medical Records is used in Certified Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Recorded vital signs/information in medical records prepared and administered medications as directed by a physician and nurses.
  • Maintained medical records, receiving commendations for thoroughness and accuracy in completion of patient documentation.
  • Maintain proper documentation in medical records in accordance with company policy and privacy laws.
  • Assist several departments when needed including Authorization, Scheduling and Medical Records.
  • Helped medical records with chart review and gathered information for new resident admissions
  • Trained and experienced in electronic medical records, specifically NextGen.
  • Maintain accurate documentation of information into patients' medical records.
  • Experienced in maintaining paper, and computerized medical records.
  • Delivered medical records as requested from many departments.
  • Maintain confidentiality of patient medical records and/or reports.
  • Organized documentation relating to medical records.
  • Perform administrative errands, (i.e., xeroxing, delivering patient medical records to records room, etc.).
  • Handled administrative duties including but not limited to answering phones, data entry, maintaining medical records and patient processing.
  • Recorded names of patients, personal information, and names of attending physician to prepare medical records on new patients.
  • Feed, bathe, dress residents, vital signs, charting, electronic medical records management, serve meals
  • Assembled Record patients' medical history, vital statistics and information in medical records for nurses and Doctors.
  • Helped patients and other guests; via phone and e-mails, by retrieving medical records upon requests.
  • Transferred patient ailment, statistics and vital signs from nurses' records to patient's medical records.
  • Assist medical records, update patient files, thin charts and handle customer and doctors' request.
  • Audited and filed medical records to maintain an updated electronic medical record system prior to inspection by JCAHO

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39. Bed Baths

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Here's how Bed Baths is used in Certified Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Assist with daily hygiene tasks such as oral hygiene, showers, bed baths, shaving, brushing/combing hair.
  • Get the residents ready for supper and give them bed baths and get them to bed.
  • Assist residents with feeding, dressing, and giving bed baths, urinals, etc.
  • Provide incontinence care, give bed baths, showers, make occupied and unoccupied beds.
  • Assisted residents with bed baths, showers, meals, toileting and so on.
  • Assist with personal hygiene, showers, urinals, bedpans and bed baths.
  • Assisted residents with getting in and out of bed and taking showers/bed baths.
  • Assisted with showers, bed baths, and massages, grooming and dressing.
  • Take care of patients dressings needs, grooming and partial bed baths.
  • Assisted patients with bed baths or showers and regular changing of linen.
  • Provide patients with bedpans, help with bed baths, and showers.
  • Supported residents' personal hygiene with showers and bed baths.
  • Assisted with whirlpool bathing, bed baths and lined changes.
  • Bed baths, feedings, and transfer to wheelchair.
  • Assisted patients with feedings, showers and bed baths.
  • Give bath, shower, and bed baths, change linen.
  • Changed bedding, performed bed baths (from clean to dirty), took acu-checks, and gave insulin shots.
  • Provided care for patients by giving bedpans, urinals, bed baths/showers, Assisted ambulation to and from bathroom.
  • Perform urostomy care, catheter care, denture care, showers, bed baths and check vitals.
  • Bed changes, bed baths, peri-care, and emotional support.

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40. Motion Exercises

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Here's how Motion Exercises is used in Certified Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Assist patients with activities of daily living*Record patients input/output*Record point of care documentation*Train new CNA employee*Assist patients with range of motion exercises
  • Rotated resident to prevent bedsores and assisted with range-of-motion exercises to help prevent muscle atrophy in non-ambulatory residents.
  • Assisted residents with everyday activities of life Took and recorded residents vitals Assisted residents with range of motion exercises
  • Performed active/passive range of motion exercises.
  • Educate patients on range-of-motion exercises.
  • Provided basic nursing care, including range of motion exercises, assisting with ambulation, feeding and activities of daily living.
  • Assist patients with mobility Turn and position patients Provide range of motion exercises Transfer patients to wheelchair/stretcher Assist with ambulation 4.
  • Provided care to residents by promoting optimal well-being by bathing, changing, feeding, and performing range of motion exercises
  • Assist with activity of Daily Living and also provided Range of Motion exercises, and assist in reminisce exercises.
  • Collected and tested specimens and reported results, performed range of joint motion exercises and position patients in bed.
  • Support patients during Ambulation, Range of Motion exercises, Assist patients in meeting nutrition and elimination needs.
  • Assisted with activities of daily living such as providing AM and PM care and range of motion exercises.
  • Assisted patients in strengthening or range-of-motion exercises, which contribute directly to their health and quality of life.
  • Assisted residents with range of motion exercises, and movement to wheelchair or activity areas.
  • Ambulated and performed (ROM) range of motion exercises to keep residents active.
  • Assisted residents with daily activities including feeding, bathing and range of motion exercises.
  • Helped with the feeding of residents Assisted with Ambulation and Range of Motion Exercises.
  • Assisted with range-of-motion exercises, helped wheelchair-bound patients use safe patient handling devices.
  • Maintained patient's mobility with range of motion exercises and ambulation.
  • Performed range of motion exercises, assisted with transferring and ambulation.

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41. Report Observations

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Here's how Report Observations is used in Certified Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Report observations and activities to the primary nurse or therapist responsible for the patient.
  • Observe the patient, report observations and document observations and care performed.
  • Assist in patient charting, document care and report observations to nursing staff
  • Record vital signs and report observations to nurse.
  • Document and report observations to the nursing supervisor.
  • Document or otherwise report observations of patients vital signs, symptoms, and/or complaints to nurses.
  • Obtain daily vital signs Report observations and findings to nurse in charge Assist residents with activities of daily living

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42. Meal Trays

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Here's how Meal Trays is used in Certified Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Answered call lights to determine resident's needs, served and collected meal trays.
  • Assist in dinning room passing meal trays, assist with feeding if needed.
  • Transport residents Resident rounds Answer call lights Vital signs Setting up of meal trays Documenting food intake
  • Pass out meal trays, assist with ambulation transferring from bed to chair to wheelchair.
  • Pass meal trays & assist residents as needed with meals.
  • Provide Proper patient care Fill electronic reports Take vitals Served meal trays to residents and monitor the percentage of meals consumed.

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43. Record Food

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Here's how Record Food is used in Certified Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Collect samples for testing, perform routine laboratory tests, feed patients, and record food and fluid intake and output.
  • Measure and record food and liquid intake or urinary and fetal output reporting any changes to my superior.
  • Measure and record food, liquid, intake and report changes directly to the registered nurse.
  • Record food/liquid intake or urinary/fecal output, reporting changes to medical or nursing staff.
  • Measure and record food and liquid intake or urinary and fecal output.
  • Record food and fluid intake, take vitals Provided activities of daily bathing, dressing and feeding Assisted patient to medical appointments
  • Check vitals daily *Assist with mobility, bathing/showering *Monitor and record food intake and output *Post Mortem Care

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44. Fecal Output

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Here's how Fecal Output is used in Certified Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Assisted with ADL's-Measured and Recorded food/ liquid intake-Measured urinary and fecal output-Single and two-person lifts-Completed patient daily charting
  • Measure and recording food and liquid intake or urinary and fecal output reporting of any changes to the supervising nurse.
  • Measured and recorded food and liquid intake or urinary and fecal output, reporting changes to medical or nursing staff.
  • Measured and recorded patient s food and liquid intake, urine and fecal output.
  • Measured food and liquid intake, or urinary and fecal output.
  • Measure and record diet, liquid intake and fecal output.

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45. Elderly Clients

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Here's how Elderly Clients is used in Certified Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Delivered high quality and compassionate treatment to elderly clients.
  • Assisted the elderly clients with task that included, cooking, cleaning, medication administration, errands, and companionship.
  • Performed frequent transfers and lifting of elderly clients, in and out of beds, baths and wheelchairs.
  • Assist clients with Activities of Daily Living, transferring/mobility, errands, transportation for elderly clients.
  • Accompanied elderly clients with bathing, bedpan, clothing, and meal preparation if needed.
  • Assisted Dining room set-up and also assisted with the feeding of elderly clients.
  • Assisted elderly clients in a wide variety of PT, ADL, etc.
  • Offer emotional support and companionship for elderly clients and their families.
  • Provided courteous and efficient care and recreational activities for elderly clients.
  • Provide Care for Elderly Clients & Assisting Care, Vital.
  • Assisted elderly clients with bathing, clothing, and feeding
  • Assisted elderly clients with all activities of daily living.
  • Provided home care services elderly clients in their homes.
  • Assisted elderly clients with daily living needs.
  • Provide part-time companion care to elderly clients.
  • Provided primary care for elderly clients.
  • Provided in home care for elderly clients Prepared meals and administrated medication Scheduled medical appointments and maintained patients records

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46. Direct Supervision

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Here's how Direct Supervision is used in Certified Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Administer nursing care under direct supervision to assigned residents and patients in order to achieve maximum level of independence.
  • Provided nursing care under direct supervision to assigned residents to achieve maximum level of independence.
  • Worked as a team to ensure proper care for each resident under direct supervision of Administration as well as Nursing staff.
  • Care for residents in a long and short term care facility under the direct supervision of a licensed nurse.
  • Provide personal care and safety requirements of patients quickly under the direct supervision of licensed nursing staff.
  • Provide basic nursing care and personal hygiene of patients under the direct supervision of Registered Nurses.
  • Perform individualized patient care and technical tasks under the direct supervision of a Registered Nurse.
  • Home health nurses aides typically work independently with little direct supervision.
  • Performed routine patient care under the direct supervision of nursing staff.
  • Perform routine tasks under the direct supervision of registered nurses.
  • Provide care and treatments under direct supervision of RN for patients in Acute Rehabilitation and Neuro Trauma Units.
  • help elderly with activities ofdaily living Provided basic patient care under direct supervision of nursing staff.
  • Cared for residents and their basic needs Worked under the direct supervision Assisted operation in the field Data processing

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47. Skin Care

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Here's how Skin Care is used in Certified Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Served meals, obtained vital signs, provided skin care, and reported changes in patient's conditions to medical staff.
  • Provided personal care: vitals, helped with transfers, ambulation, dressing, toileting & skin care, changed linens.
  • Perform hygiene care: including bathing, toileting, grooming, dressing, hair, mouth, and skin care.
  • Helped patients with mobility by managing personal hygiene and bathing, providing nail hair and skin care.
  • Assisted clients with basic needs bathing, grooming, dressing hair, mouth and skin care.
  • Bathed patients, changes occupied and unoccupied beds, performs dressing and gowning and skin care.
  • Assist patients in ambulation, feeding, nutrient, using the restroom, skin care.
  • Assist with toileting and skin care to maintain the health of the skin.
  • Provided care to the patient with skin care and nutritional needs.
  • Assisted residents with dressing, showering, toileting and skin care.
  • Supported good skin care to prevent skin breakdown.
  • Provide skin care and bedsore treatment.
  • Provided basic skin care to residents.
  • Provide care for the patient (skin care, nail care, denture care, personal care).
  • Obtain vital signs, skin care, must be observant to changes.
  • Provide nail, hair and skin care.
  • Provide care to patients by helping them get into and out of bed and walk Provide skin care.
  • Provide skin care to residents including turning and repositioning and applying creams and ointments as directed.
  • assisted with skin care and dressing changes.
  • Blood Glucose Monitoring Wound and skin care.Accurate measurement and documentation of pressure ulcers.Non-sterile dressing changes.Discontinuing IV's.

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48. Hipaa

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Here's how Hipaa is used in Certified Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Complied constantly with HIPAA standards while preparing patient documentation and in other interactions
  • Maintained HIPAA regulations and other privacy procedures.
  • Handled confidential material according to HIPAA guidelines.
  • Complied with HIPAA standards in all patient documentation and interactions and adhered to all safety guidelines of the facility.
  • Follow all hospital policies and procedures as well as state and federal laws, including HIPAA and confidentiality policies.
  • Read, understand, and adhere to the Corporate Compliance and HIPAA policies and procedures of residential care.
  • Maintain and update electronic medical records to ensure high quality patient care and compliance with HIPAA laws.
  • Assured quality assurance especially in the area of OSHA regulations, HIPAA guidelines and Joint Commission standards.
  • Maintained and respected the dignity and privacy of each patient, and met all HIPAA requirements.
  • Ensured HIPAA compliance in all patient charting and conversations, and offered medical terminology knowledge.
  • Adhered to safety guideline and HIPAA standards in all patient care and documentation.
  • Demonstrate an honest, professional demeanor and ensure compliance of all HIPAA guidelines.
  • Maintained Privacy / HIPAA Regulations, per state and company direction and requirements.
  • Maintain confidentiality of all patient records and information in accordance with HIPAA.
  • Maintained HIPAA & JCAHO guidelines during all points of care.
  • Handled sensitive health information, abiding by HIPAA laws.
  • Ensured patient confidentiality by keeping with HIPAA compliance laws.
  • Maintained patient privacy and strict adherence to HIPAA Regulations.
  • Adhere to confidentiality standards and HIPAA compliance programs.
  • Nurse Staffing - 41018, KY Ensured HIPAA compliance.

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49. Dress Patients

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Here's how Dress Patients is used in Certified Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Bathe and dress patients, Serve meals and help patients eat.
  • Bathe, dress/undress patients, and feed patients requiring assistance.
  • Bathe, dress/undress patients and help with personal hygiene.
  • Dress and undress patients who are total care patients.
  • Bathe, groom, shave, dress patients.
  • Bathe, dress, and undress patients.
  • Feed, bathe, and dress patients.
  • feed, bathe, and dress patients*take vital signs* serve meals*make beds*observe changes in a patient's condition or behavior
  • Answer patients call lights.Undress, wash and dress patients that are unable to perform those skills themselves.
  • feed, bathe, and dress patients*take vital signs*serve meals*make beds*observe changes in patient's behavior
  • Provided quality nursing care to patients including Feed, bathe and dress patients.
  • Bathe and dress patients, brush their teeth, and provide basic nailcare.
  • Bathe, assist with oral hygeine, and dress patients Assist patients at meal times.
  • Bathe and dress patients Take vital signs Serve meals, and help with patient's needs
  • Bathe and dress patients * Serve meals and help patients eat * Take Vital Signs * Lift patients into wheelchairs and beds

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50. Accurate Records

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Here's how Accurate Records is used in Certified Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Maintain accurate records of treatments and medications following facility policy and procedures.
  • Provided patient care, dispensed medications and kept accurate records
  • Ensured safe and nurturing environments; maintained accurate records
  • Keep accurate records of individual resident's activities of daily living, toileting, input and output and behavioral issues.
  • Maintained accurate records of employees annual hearing test, condition, progress and concerns.
  • Administered prescribed oral medications, checked vital signs, and maintained accurate records.
  • Keep accurate records of care and medications done.
  • Maintained accurate records of patient's vital statistics.
  • Maintain clear and accurate records.
  • listen to and address the concerns and needs of family members, keep accurate records of patient care.
  • Provided Assistance with ADL's and Picked up housekeeping shifts Maintained Safety and Standard Precautions Maintained Accurate Records and Reported Changes
  • park manor of westchase - 11910 richmond ave l Maintained accurate records of patient care, condition, progress and concerns.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Certified Nurses' Aide

Personal Care15%
Patient Care11.2%
ADL10.3%
Vital Signs7.6%
Blood Pressure7.4%
CNA5.7%
Fluid Intake5%
Daily Living Activities4.8%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Certified Nurses' Aide

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Personal Care
Personal Care
10.3%
10.3%
2
2
Patient Care
Patient Care
7.7%
7.7%
3
3
ADL
ADL
7.1%
7.1%
4
4
Vital Signs
Vital Signs
5.3%
5.3%
5
5
Blood Pressure
Blood Pressure
5.1%
5.1%
6
6
CNA
CNA
3.9%
3.9%
7
7
Fluid Intake
Fluid Intake
3.4%
3.4%
8
8
Daily Living Activities
Daily Living Activities
3.3%
3.3%
9
9
Nurse Aide
Nurse Aide
2.8%
2.8%
10
10
Dementia
Dementia
2.4%
2.4%
11
11
Alzheimer
Alzheimer
2.4%
2.4%
12
12
Charge Nurse
Charge Nurse
2%
2%
13
13
Physical Symptoms
Physical Symptoms
1.7%
1.7%
14
14
Daily Care
Daily Care
1.7%
1.7%
15
15
Emotional Support
Emotional Support
1.7%
1.7%
16
16
Health Care
Health Care
1.7%
1.7%
17
17
CPR
CPR
1.6%
1.6%
18
18
Resident Care
Resident Care
1.6%
1.6%
19
19
RN
RN
1.6%
1.6%
20
20
Bed Linens
Bed Linens
1.6%
1.6%
21
21
Hoyer
Hoyer
1.5%
1.5%
22
22
Signal Lights
Signal Lights
1.5%
1.5%
23
23
Physical Support
Physical Support
1.5%
1.5%
24
24
Bedridden Patients
Bedridden Patients
1.4%
1.4%
25
25
Customer Service
Customer Service
1.3%
1.3%
26
26
Oral Hygiene
Oral Hygiene
1.3%
1.3%
27
27
Intercom Systems
Intercom Systems
1.3%
1.3%
28
28
Infection Control
Infection Control
1.1%
1.1%
29
29
Safe Environment
Safe Environment
1.1%
1.1%
30
30
Respiration Rate
Respiration Rate
1.1%
1.1%
31
31
Medical Equipment
Medical Equipment
1.1%
1.1%
32
32
Patient Behavior
Patient Behavior
1%
1%
33
33
Daily Needs
Daily Needs
1%
1%
34
34
Oral Care
Oral Care
1%
1%
35
35
Elderly Patients
Elderly Patients
1%
1%
36
36
Patient Rooms
Patient Rooms
1%
1%
37
37
Physical Therapy
Physical Therapy
1%
1%
38
38
Medical Records
Medical Records
1%
1%
39
39
Bed Baths
Bed Baths
0.9%
0.9%
40
40
Motion Exercises
Motion Exercises
0.9%
0.9%
41
41
Report Observations
Report Observations
0.9%
0.9%
42
42
Meal Trays
Meal Trays
0.9%
0.9%
43
43
Record Food
Record Food
0.9%
0.9%
44
44
Fecal Output
Fecal Output
0.8%
0.8%
45
45
Elderly Clients
Elderly Clients
0.8%
0.8%
46
46
Direct Supervision
Direct Supervision
0.8%
0.8%
47
47
Skin Care
Skin Care
0.8%
0.8%
48
48
Hipaa
Hipaa
0.8%
0.8%
49
49
Dress Patients
Dress Patients
0.8%
0.8%
50
50
Accurate Records
Accurate Records
0.8%
0.8%

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