family CNA program

The Family CNA (FCNA) Program offers an alternative, cost-effective care model that provides a solution for struggling medically fragile families and their loved ones. This 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.

Challenge:

Medically fragile families have been struggling for decades to receive quality, in-home care that is consistent with their needs that helps prevent re-hospitalizations. The percentage of children nationwide with disabilities is steadily increasing, meaning costly hospital stays will continue to rise.

Leaving families awaiting home care for their loved ones

Causing high medical costs due to families not able to receive consistent care

Solution:

The Family CNA Program helps provide a solution by allowing continuity of care from a loved one within the home. This helps:

  • Improve the lack of continuous care by providing consistent care in the home
  • Reduce re-hospitalizations
  • Allow for 24/7 access to quality care

 

The Family CNA Program plays an integral role in solving the nationwide nursing shortage and creates jobs for families in need. We are actively working to bring this program to families in need in all 50 states.

Families

Discover how families like yours have benefited from this program. Click below for more helpful information regarding the Family CNA Program.

Government

Legislative updates and when you can expect change in your home state.

Become a 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.

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Advocacy

Join our fight in creating the opportunity for all medically fragile families to receive the care they deserve.

Become a Caregiver

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Advocacy

Join our fight in creating the opportunity for all medically fragile families to receive the care they deserve.