Caregiverlist was just informed the Oregon Center for Applied Science is conducting a research opportunity for working Nursing Assistants (you must be currently employed). Participants will complete 3 surveys and view two computer training sessions and will receive up to $150 for their time.
Name of the Research Project: Caring Skills Project
Research Study Participant Requirements:
- Working as a Nursing Assistant
- 18 years of age or older
- Working at least 16 hours per week
- Read and speak English
- Access to a computer with high-speed internet connection
- Active e-mail address
How do you apply to participate?
This research project is funded by The National Institute of Aging. All information is kept completely confidential. Research applicants will be accepted through September, 2010, for this ongoing project but to be accepted, you are encouraged to apply immediately. You may learn more about working as a Certified Nursing Aide and submit an application on our career center.
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Caregivers working for senior care companies, including senior home care agencies, assisted living communities, hospices, nursing homes and hospitals qualify for certain benefits, by law, as employees.
What benefits do professional senior caregivers receive?
- Worker's Compensation Insurance
- Unemployment Insurance
- Social Security Benefits Upon Retirement (Due to Payroll Contributions)
- Health Insurance Usually for Full-time Employees
Learn about ongoing training opportunities as the senior care industry will be a top employer in the coming decade as the baby boomer generation ages (anyone born between 1946 and 1964). About 78 million people are considered baby boomers.
Learn about training for senior caregivers, certified nursing aide programs and part-time and full-time job opportunities to grow your caregiving skills or to consider caregiving as a career.
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