Someone please correct me if IM wrong but it seems to me that ifOBRA intentions was to improve the quality of life for residentsthen shouldn't they have put a limit on the ratio of residents to CNA's ?(and if there is one, please let me know where I can go to get that information)(Texas)I was reading a post about a CNA that was expected to take care of 30 residents.ARE you serious? Am I missing something here? Can someone please tell me thatthere is a rule of how many residents a CNA can handle on a shift. 1. The Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (OBRA) of 1987 is afederal law that regulates nursing facilities and nurse aidetraining in facilities.2. The intent of OBRA is to improve the quality of life forresidents in nursing facilities.