Please join us in congratulating our recent Nursing Assistant Training (NAT) Program graduates! These students completed a 3.5 week course with our experienced instructors, receiving hands-on training for helping residents with activities of daily living and concluding with in-house CNA Certification testing. Congratulations on your achievements and on choosing a career path where you can make a difference for our residents!
“This was a great learning experience. I benefited from this program a lot. I enjoy working with the staff and residents.” Alyssa
“I thought it was a great class and very hands on. I learned a lot!” – Shelbe
“It’s a great class and the teachers are dedicated to helping students with all of their needs.” – Rabel
“I thought it was good and got along with everyone.” – Angela
“Great Class! Very nice teachers and loved working with the residents during the class!” – Lynne
“Great teachers and wonderful length of class.” – Amanda
“Very nice teachers and work environment! The residents are great!” – Amy
“Everyone was nice and helpful. The class was very informative.” – Lexi
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Please join us in congratulating the graduates who completed their Nursing Assistant Training (NAT) Program this month at Cedar Haven Healthcare Center in Lebanon, PA. These new Nursing Assistant Trainees completed a 3.5 week course with the goal of joining our...
This is the part of a new series of posts showing how residents #EnjoyLifeWithUs at Cedar Haven Healthcare Center. Ray Truex's Cedar Crest Middle School Class makes regular visits to Cedar Haven to share activities and festivities with our residents (Ray's photos...
Raffle tickets for a hand-made quilt are on sale at Cedar Haven to benefit four of the most beloved "Cedar Haven Cares" causes: The American Cancer Society, Huntington's Disease Society of America, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, and National Multiple Sclerosis Society....