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How to Become a Trained Caregiver

The Family CNA Program allows parents and legal guardians of medically fragile children to become paid, certified caregivers for their medically fragile loved one at no cost to them or the state.

Paid Family Caregiver

FAQS

0 -20 years of age in most applicable states.

Arizona, Colorado, and New Hampshire with several states pending implementation.

By applying with a home health agency and going through their hiring and onboarding process.

Hours are based off the medical need of the child but on average a parent caregiver can work at least 30 hours a week. Hours for the medically fragile child could be more but will depend on each state and how they adequate the hours base off medical need.

Learn More

If you are interested in becoming a trained caregiver for your loved one and live in a state where the program is available, please contact Team Select for a child evaluation using the Pediatric Assessment Tool. Once qualified, Team Select will send the parent or legal guardian to become a certified, trained caregiver for their loved one. After certification, the parent or legal guardian can then onboard with Team Select as a Parent CNA.

Click here to learn more about becoming a family caregiver in:

Click here to learn more about advocating for the FCNA program:

Learn More

If you are interested in becoming a trained caregiver for your loved one and live in a state where the program is available, please contact Team Select for a child evaluation using the Pediatric Assessment Tool. Once qualified, Team Select will send the parent or legal guardian to become a certified, trained caregiver for their loved one. After certification, the parent or legal guardian can then onboard with Team Select as a Parent CNA.

Click here to learn more about becoming a CNA in:

Click here to learn more about advocating for the FCNA program: