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Margaret J Clenin
· May 27, 2013
Really helpful information! I loved the classes because they teach you how to be gentle, not just physically but emotionally as well, to the needs of others. They help you to get into the mindset of w...hat a person needs, what can go wrong, what to do, and how to gauge your own limits. Tons of information relative and required for everyday relationships important for maintaining peaceful existences. I never would have thought that I would learn such sweet and precious information. ♡♥♡ The teachers are a huge part of the amazing experience! Thank You all very much! See More
Michelle Eddings
· February 23, 2017
I ❤️ the instructors here and the personal connectedness that is taught for Elder care!!
Katie Stewart
November 30, 2011
A wonderful beginning education in home health care, taught by wise professionals with years of experience.
Donna Heggins Brown
· December 28, 2013
I felt empowered after my first certification and I am looking forward to my next set in January.
JimCyndie Lyon
· June 21, 2015
Excellent Service!!!
Rose Mcqueen
February 6, 2012
Have never found a place for education!!!
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Our Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) class begins on April 23, 2018! You may take one or all three courses below to meet your career needs. Call 479-750-1989 or email with any questions, or enroll now at

Class dates:
--In-Home Assistant (PCA) - April 23-May 4, 2018
--Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia - May 7-May 9, 2018...
--Home Care Assistant - May 14-May 30, 2018

Successful completion of all three classes qualifies our graduates to take the Arkansas Certified Nurse Assistant exam.

Can't afford to pay? Contact us for information about long-term care sponsorships, scholarships and other funding options.

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The number of people diagnosed with Alzheimer's dementia is expected to grow on a state and regional level in the coming years.