I did it and you can too!
Out of “luck” and down for the count… I found a way to get motivated and finally support myself.
I just needed to make that first move: find a job with tons of security, not requiring a great deal of education, and one with room for me to advance.
I found that all of these and more in being a home health aide.
Not knowing where to begin I just surfed the internet from my local library which took up so much time. I pulled all I needed to know and went feet first with a little bit of training and lots of enthusiasm.
[I spent a lot of wasted time on sites that were simply useless or trying to sell me a gimmick or product.]
Six weeks later I was working full time.
Since then I have become a certified nurse aide (CNA), making more money and am helping to train future home health aides!
The field is explosive and yours for the taking.
With the help of a couple programmer friends I put together HomeHealthAideGuide.com to help others learn the steps to becoming a home health aide.
Hopefully you can learn from my trials and errors!