I have a little less than 2 years to decide so I'll see
I am for sure going to do my CNA class, shouldn't be too hard, I live in a house with a Adult homecare wtih 2 in wheelchairs, 2 normals with problems. So working in a place like Mother Josephs shouldn't be to hard plus I am a fully capable and strong if there need be any lifting.
(Planning on living at my mother's while working as a CNA so I can pay off my pre req classes and LPN easily should be around 3,000 total around I haven't really added.
Do you think you can point me out to books that teach alot about what a person would be learning as a LPN student I want to learn as much as I can so I won't be lost when I am taking LPN classes
Planning to learn all my nursing stuff here
Brother is at Wasu with his wife (taking classes to be a librarian) and my brother is taking RN classes and he is my role model, we gave him anatomy books and flash cards for fun