What's it like working PRN in home health? Do they call you to come in a lot on short notice or do you typically know a few days in advance when you have to go into work? This new HH position I accepted requires PRN to work a certain amount of hours a month, but if I have completed these hours lets say in a few days, and I don't really want to work until the next month, will I still get tons of calls? If i turn down a few shifts, i will be put in an inactive status. Just trying to figure out how all of this works. I have small children at home and don't want this to turn into a full time position, I just want to keep my skills fresh and make a little extra money. basically I'm trying to have the best of both worlds: being a stay at home mom, and doing what I love as a nurse. Is this possible lol?? Help!