I worked at a facility on the day shift and all of the residents knew my name. These residents were very particular about who they wanted as a CNA, and I was a floater at the facility.
When I had days off they would call my name, and my supervisor and coworkers would call me on the phone to hurry back to work.
When I showed up to work they all would surround me in the hallway like I was special to them they would say nobody takes care of us the way you do. It made it all worth doing what I do. I’ve been a CNA for 23 years and I truly love what I do.
– Latrice Taylor, CNA