When she began her journey at Aberdeen Village four years ago, Felisha Reed was in the dining services department. While she enjoyed serving people in that capacity, she dreamt of more.
With the help of Presbyterian Manor of Mid-America's education assistance program, Felisha was able to pursue her CNA and CMA (certified nursing assistant and certified medication aide).
"I decided I wanted to pursue further education in healthcare and am now enrolled at Johnson County Community College and will be attending the licensed practical nursing program in the fall," said Felisha. "I enjoy serving others, and I think working in healthcare makes a huge impact on the lives of the people I care for. It is so truly rewarding when I see the residents' health improving!"
We're grateful that Felisha has not only decided to pursue her dream of becoming an RN but that she's serving the residents of Aberdeen Village along the way.
"I am grateful for the opportunity to be chosen to pursue this dream of mine and so happy that Aberdeen Village continues to take pride in their employees and make positive impacts in our lives."