Certified Nursing AssistantsLiving in Haywood County is truly a pleasure. We’ve got a treasure trove of beautiful scenery, including winding rivers and rolling hills. Our changing fall foliage is something visitors travel long distances to see. If you or a loved one is having difficulty with daily living activities, such as bathing, toileting, moving, taking medications, or eating, it can spark a lot of fear that you may need to leave the comforts of your mountain home to live in an assisted living facility, in order to get the support you need. This is not so.

Many folks in this community, as well as Jackson County, Macon County, Swain County, Graham County, Clay County, and Cherokee County, have found help through hiring Certified Nursing Assistants, or In Home Aides, to assist them while staying at home.

What Does a Certified Nursing Assistant Do?

CNAs are certified healthcare professionals who are capable of providing in-home care in a variety of ways. They can:

  • Take vital signs
  • Provide range of motion exercises
  • Assist with daily living activities, such as bathing, toileting, moving, eating, grooming, eating, grocery shopping or errands, light housekeeping, and meal preparation

At HomeCare Partners, our Certified Nursing Assistants are highly trained and screened. We check to make sure they are skilled in the technical aspects of their job, as well as can provide a level of nurturing and care that can change your day completely. We know that having someone come into your home to take care of such personal matters is an honor, and we treat our patients with the respect they deserve. 

Many Certified Nursing Assistants become great companions for their patients, providing not only help with their daily activities and medical support, but also mental stimulation and camaraderie with their patients. It’s a beautiful thing.

If you believe having the help of a CNA could be helpful for you or a family member, please
. We’re happy to help pinpoint where you or your family may need the most help, and design a care plan to help support you in the best ways possible.