I have been a certified nursing assistant (CNA) for the past 6 years. I have many responsibilities as a CNA regarding all patient’s physical, emotional, and mental well-being. I am expected to handle culture and religion issues with respect, kindness, and understanding. I have been in situations where my clients believes in a different religion then I do, and they contact my boss to tell them that that they don’t want me to be there caregiver anymore due to differences in religion. As a CNA I recognize and believe that spiritual beliefs are different, in which reflect each individual and cultural influences. I do not discriminate against other individual’s spiritual values. For example, I have to wear scrub pants and a scrub top to work. This is a mandatory rule. This encourages a feeling of equality and encourages comfort and productivity. I support teaching, and practice of communication strategies. As a CNA I use the “teach back method” on a daily basis. I work in home health care and go to each of my client’s house. Every day I review my clients care plan so that I am aware of any new changes such as: medication, behavior, daily schedule. I always use the “teach back method” and review there care plan so that I understand any changes to helps prevent mistrust and frustration.