Assisting my Grandfather to keep my license. Assisting my Grandfather to keep my license. | allnurses

Assisting my Grandfather to keep my license.

  1. 0 Hello! My license expires soon. My aunt is taking care of my grandpa and she does get paid like 300-400$ every other week. However, my grandfather told me that she doesn't visit him at all, etc.. he can't bend or walk at all. Also, he is overweight. Is it possible to gain experience this way? I messaged my aunt and I hope we can talk about this. ^^;; She's not taking care of my grandfather at all and she is still getting paid... who would do such thing ;\
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  3. Visit  Paws2people profile page
    #1 1
    In my state you need to work in a facility (on the books) for a minimum of 8 hours in 2 years to keep your certificate valid. Pretty sure this is similar/standard in all states.
  4. Visit  EduardoLugo profile page
    #2 0
    I can't seem to find a job at a facility I thought it would be easy to find a job since I am male. I heard male nurses were needed, but boy, was I wrong... yesssssss. I waited to long to apply. My license expires in a couple of months so there's no way to get hired.. ;\
  5. Visit  RJay25 profile page
    #3 0
    have you tried agencies?
  6. Visit  EduardoLugo profile page
    #4 0
    I always do bad at interviews. I am trying to work on that, so I've been searching on google for questions that are likely most asked on interviews. That's why I don't get hired, I do terrible at interviews. I got lucky to be working at UPS... I had to e-mail them and told them that I do bad at interviews, etc.. they felt bad and gave me a chance.. to their surprised, I became one of the best worker at UPS.