Restorative Nursing Assistant (RA) RNA
“Restorative aides”-usually nursing assistants with special training.
Restorative nursing is wonderful area of nursing that is extremely important.
It offers so much more to the patient’s quality of life. It also allows much
autonomy and the ability to develop critical thinking.
Restorative Nursing Aides (RA) work in Assisted Living Facilities, Nursing
Centers, Alzheimer’s facilities, Therapy Departments, Acute Care Hospitals,
Rehab Hospitals, Out Patient Centers, Hospice Agencies, Home Health
Agencies. Most Restorative Nursing Aide are trained on the job or you can earn
restorative aide certificate in 5 weeks. Personal characteristics of Restorative
Nursing Aides should include patience, flexibility, and good communication skills.
CNA to Restorative Aide Training
CNA to Restorative Aide program is a comprehensive course designed to teach
students the skills and abilities essential to the provision of physical restorative
care to patients and residents in hospitals, rehabilitation, home health and long-
term care facilities.
This course is for those who have completed the nurse assistant course. The
program is designed to instruct nurse assistants to assist therapists and or
consultants in physical, occupational, and speech therapy.
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