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Minimum age for a CNA in ohio?
Aug 9, '12
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Well I know for most states it is 16 - 17 but I was wondering what the age is for Ohio?
I'm in high school and think it would be extra smart to work in a field that I am going to purse later on
So if you know please let me know...
Aug 18, '12
I thought to be an actual STNA you do have to be 18 but when I was an STNA we had HS girls 16-17 years old just working as caregivers in AL but they never came over to the LTC side.
Mar 26, '13
I worked as a STNA at age 17 in the Cleveland area. Just depends on the employer!
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