PCA Appreciation Day!

PLEASE   Tweet, Email, Facebook, “LinkIn”, MySpace, Blog, Text, Sign, Call, Tell, Write to anyone who you think might benefit from knowing about this opportunity.  This is an easy way for you to help reduce ignorance based or inadvertent  elder abuse, and support well meaning caregivers.

In honor of all the hard, unpaid, underpaid, disrespected, unappreciated work done by caregivers of the elderly all over the world CertifiedCare.org is sponsoring the first PCA Appreciation Day! Now is everyone’s chance to become a  CertifiedCare Certified Personal Care Aide (CPCA) – – – – – – deeply discounted or free!

In an effort to reduce ignorance based elder abuse and improve the quality of life for both elders and their caregivers, caregiver education is important – critical to the grass roots movement to get caregivers paid and better respected as members of the healthcare team and as valued members of their families and communities.

Whether you care for a healthy or chronically ill frail elder, a veteran, someone living with dementia, Alzheimer’s Disease, or Special Needs the CertifiedCare caregiver education program will take you to the level of ability, awareness and competence you and your elder need for quality care in the ‘At Home’ or institutional environment.  Certification is  important for credibility and proof of your learning.

So, CertifiedCare is giving that quality education they are known for away. 

Celebrate PCA Day by becoming a CPCA!

Here’s how CertifiedCare showing their love …

For 6 hours (so caregivers across the country and around the world can participate) their #1 ranked Personal Care Certification Program™ will be made available to any one who registers for either FREE or at deep discounts.

What does that really mean?  Well, this program is ordinarily reasonably priced at $449.  Get the exact discount details at the sraction.org website.

Wednesday, March 19, 2014 from 3-9pm EST  register for yourself or someone you would like to give the gift of education to.  Depending on the time you register your program will be FREE or discounted.  


The main CertifiedCare.org website is being revamped for increased traffic and security – so go to sraction.org for details and for your free or discounted program on March 19th if the main site is not back up on time…

  You must check this blog for registration details on Wednesday, March 19th.  We will provide up to date info as it becomes available for registration for your free or discounted CertifiedCare PCA certification program.  Let’s have a great PCA DAY!!!!

https://i0.wp.com/www.pwatoronto.org/images/Circle%20of%20Care_Colour.jpgAs always, proceeds benefit the Sweet Relief Community Action Program and Sweet Relief Grants Fund.  Find out what that’s about and how that all works at SRAction.org.

Personal Care Aide Certification Program™ are only available at CertifiedCare.org.


“CertifiedCaregivers are better care givers!”


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2 Responses to PCA Appreciation Day!

  1. John A. Wilson says:

    Hello?? I am a caregiver or was until I had to unvolutarily quit to take care of my ailing mother. Anyway I am asking about two things here. 1. How can I become a V.A. Certified Caregiver? 2. How can I work work exclusively with fellow vets as a caregiver? I have aready inqured with our local V.A Clinics and hospital and they do NOT contract or use caregiver’s in our area.


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