Restorative nursing assistant (RNA)

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RNA

Restorative nursing assistant (RNA)

Course Description

Restorative Nurse Assistants acquire special knowledge, skills, and techniques in therapeutic rehabilitation and work alongside rehab staff caring for patients with limited mobility and capacity for self care. RNAs assist the patient in performing tasks that restore or maintain physical function as directed by the established care plan. The role of a RNA is an extension to that of the CNA and a CNA license is required for certification.

Schedule

Weekends

Time: 9:00a – 3:00p
Days: Saturday – Sunday
Course Length: 2 Days

What You Will Learn

  • Definitions of Restorative Nursing
  • Understanding the OBRA ’87 Law
  • Restorative vs Rehabilitation
  • Restorative Programs and the RNA duties

Pre-requisites

  • Current CNA license OR proof of passing the state exam
  • CPR Card

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