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Welcome to our August Issue.
Throughout history employment options for Certified Nursing Assistants has changed dramatically. With the ever changing healthcare field more skilled professional caregivers are needed. As a result, there are more options for employment. More states are accepting those who want to work independently as a CNA with the option of keeping their certification. Kentucky is one of the states that has gotten on board
with accepting self-employed CNAs and more states are starting to follow. This is a huge change and maybe just the begriming of more to come. You can read more about working independently is this months issue and much more.
If you are a CNA, you may be wondering if working independently is an option for you. In some states you can work independently and keep your certification. However, some states will not recognize this as an option and therefore you will not be able to keep your nurse aide certification. You will need to contact the NA registry in your state to see if this is an option for you.