New York Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities Nursing Jobs

As one of the top states in the country attempting to fill nursing jobs, New York has undertaken a number of steps to increase funding and educational training in the discipline. It is estimated that New York will experience a shortage of 37,000 nurses by the year 2015, with most of these available New York nursing jobs situation in the New York City area. However, the Health Care Association of New York State estimates that four out of five hospitals in the State are experiencing nursing shortages.

Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities Nursing

Intellectual and developmental disabilities nurses care for patients that have mental, physical or behavioral disabilities, including autism, Aspergers syndrome, Retts syndrome and more. Intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) nurses may help patients with speaking or other communication skills, eating, controlling bodily functions, becoming independently mobile and more. The major organization for intellectual and developmental disabilities nursing, the Developmental Disabilities Nurses Association (DDNA) maintains the Registered Nurse Certification in Developmental Disabilities Nursing (CDDN). The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts excellent, overall job growth for registered nurses. The median registered nurse salary is $62,450.

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