I work in LTCand we have had a few new grads. In fact as a new grad, I started in LTC.
At my facility the orientation time frame is individualised. We ask the nurse or CNA to give us feed back and tell us if he/she feels that more orientation is necessary.
As a new grad in LTC 6 years ago, I had 5 weeks. One week on each unit. After that I had my own assignment, but there was always another nurse on the unit with me and the unit manager. I was lucky I got day shift. It would have been perhaps a little harder on pms, and a lot harder on nights, because of the lower number of staff.
I would recommend that you ask if the orientation is carved in stone. Ask if they would allow you to let them know you might need more time.
The facility I work at is flexible. I hope others are too.
Good Luck, and WELCOME. NA