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Voyager Nurse Aide Program

Voyager Nurse Aide Program A Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) provides various levels of care to individuals who are unable to take care of themselves in hospital, facility, and home settings. It can be a rewarding profession, providing individuals entrance into the medical field, useful skills, job security, competitive pay, among other benefits. The first step on your journey to becoming a CNA is enrolling in a state-accredited CNA Program. Voyager Nurse Aide Program is a unique state-accredited CNA Program which allows students to take classes in an online format while enabling them to attend in-person labs and clinical. The program meets state and government standards which ensures each student receives the necessary knowledge and skills to obtain a CNA license. Per...

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What's Voyager Been Up To?

      This Fall, the Voyager Team has been out in the community participating in a variety of events. Our community partner, Autism Vision of Colorado, a non-profit organization comprised of a team of compassionate volunteers, hosts an annual Trunk or Treat which attracts hundreds of people each year. The event supports its mission of educating the community on autism and creating a safe place for individuals on the spectrum and their families to meet and support one another and advocate within the community. Autism Vision of Colorado serves as a resource to empower families and connect them with services within the community and believes that every voice matters and should be heard and respected and welcomes all ideas....

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Ainsley's Angels of America: An Organization with a Vision of an Inclusive Future

    What Is Ainsley’s Angels? Ainsley’s Angels of America is an impact-focused organization whose mission is to ensure everyone can experience endurance events and build awareness about the special needs community through inclusion in all aspects of life. The organization advocates, educates, and participates as active members in local communities and believes everyone deserves to be included. The organization has locations all across the U.S. in 33 states and more than 70 cities, one of those states being our home in Colorado.   Ainsley’s Angels in Colorado Springs Ainsley’s Angels in Colorado Springs is a group of athletes and volunteers serving as local Ambassadors for Ainsley’s Angels of America. In addition to ensuring all can experience endurance events, its...

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Voyager's Out in the Community! Are You?

    What a summer! Voyager Staff has been out in the community for various good causes from  supporting finding a cure to Cystic Fibrosis (CF) to helping people with Down syndrome live their best life! Catch us at an event in September as we continue our support of the autism, Down syndrome, and epilepsy communities.   The Cystic Fibrosis Rocky Mountain Chapter hosted its Denver CF Climb on Tuesday, August 3, at Empower Field at Mile High. Participants climbed a total of 1,932 steps in support of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation’s mission to cure CF. Voyager Staff made an appearance at the event and worked a booth: (Pictured left to right) Anna McLain, Business Development Specialist I, Travis Kniep,...

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An Overview of Pediatric Nursing

Pediatric Nurse A Pediatric Nurse is a Registered Nurse (RN) or Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN), who has decided to specialize in pediatrics, a branch of medicine relating to the health and medical care of children. This speciality allows nurses to take on roles in which they specifically work with babies, toddlers, pre-teens, and teens. The first step to becoming a Pediatric Nurse is becoming an RN. In order to become a licensed RN, you must complete an approved program, which can include either a bachelor’s degree or an associate’s degree program, and pass the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-RN exam). With this license under your belt, you can explore a variety of avenues in the nursing field, including pediatric...

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