If you were to imagine the perfect person to care for your loved one, what would you require? I am asking all of you who have seen and been through things and thought what you would change if you could. I am a CNA, and in college to become an RN, and want to know, if you were to hire me, what would you expect? I want to be a great nurse, and don't know what to expect, and I would rather get advice than learn from trial and error, or be ignorant to what is important to people. Some things may seem like common sense to some of you, but may not be to caregivers you entrust your loved ones to. I just really would value your insight and knowlege from experience, if you could create the perfect caregiver, what would require of them? I appreciate in advance any advice, and ideas you may have.
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