Voyager Home Health Care's COLORADO Parent Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) Program
We Pay the Client's Certified Nurse Aide:
60 Hours or less per week =$22 per hour plus Overtime
61-80 Hours a week =$19 per hour (Overtime Rates for Additional Hours past 40)
Over 80 hours a week =$17 per hour (Overtime Rates for Additional Hours past 40)
We are known for paying the highest advertised rates in Colorado. Parent CNA programs from all agencies pay differently.
What you will walk away with:
What is Parent CNA? How do I qualify?
Learning to take care of your loved ones is easy with Voyager's Colorado Parent CNA Program.
Navigating the path to become a Certified Nursing Aide, especially as a parent or a family member dedicated to your child’s well-being, can be both rewarding and challenging. That’s why, at Voyager, Colorado’s top-rated home health agency, we are committed to making this journey as seamless and informative for you as possible.
Our structured program ensures that you’re guided meticulously through every step of the certification process. We understand the unique demands that come with caring for a family member, and we’ve tailored our program to cater specifically to those needs.
What sets Voyager apart? Transparency. Unlike other agencies, we believe in full disclosure, especially when it comes to compensation. We proudly stand as the sole agency in Colorado that transparently advertises our pay rates. This transparency allows you to have a precise and clear understanding of your potential earnings, enabling you to efficiently plan and manage your financial future.
Moreover, when you choose Voyager, you’re opting for the pinnacle of family caregiver education in Colorado. Our esteemed CNA school not only equips you with the skills and knowledge required for the role but also ensures you’re well-compensated for the invaluable care you provide. Our compensation program stands as a testament to our dedication to rewarding our caregivers fairly and transparently
Frequently Asked Questions
Colorado's parent CNA program allows a parent or family member to become a paid caretaker for their children pending eligibility determination.
A Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) assists patients in everyday activities (ADLs) and provides primary care, including assisted transfer, bathing, and personal hygiene. The Parent CNA home care program is overseen by a registered nurse.
- Each child must first be eligible for the Health First Colorado. This means they must be qualified for Colorado Medicaid. To learn more and verify your eligibility you can click here, or call the contact center at Colorado Peak, Monday ‐ Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 5:15 p.m. at 1‐800‐221‐3943
- A nurse will come out to your home to complete a Pediatric Assessment Tool with your loved one if they are under the age of 21. This assessment will determine if your child will qualify for the Parent CNA program.
- Become a Certified Nursing Assistant through our Voyager Nurse Aide Program
One of the many benefits that Voyager offers is our own CNA School. This allows us to offer it to our caregivers at no cost upon joining our program. It is a work at your own pace school (You can complete coursework in as little as 2 weeks!), and it is also the highest rated CNA school in Colorado.
- We will help balance the medical attention and personal care role so you know how to easily transition from parent to CNA and back to the primary parent role.