Hello everyone,I'm a state certified cna who was recently employed in a nursing home. After a little more than one month of numbers training, I was called today by the DON and hiring manager where they informed me of my termination. They cited concerns with resident care as their reason, which probably means I forgot to wash somebody up. That's the only thing I can think of.This job was very hard from me from the beginning and it always seemed like I was barely making it by the skin of my teeth. After a month of working on the job I think I'm actually pretty decent at it, it's just I can't take back the mistakes I already made.My question is, am I officially done as a CNA? Is there any recovering from getting fired so quickly for that kind of mistake? I ask because I legitimately like the work and would like to continue in the field, I'm just afraid I've already dug my grave.