sleepyface 1,137 Views
Joined Nov 21, '07.
Posts: 6 (17% Liked)
We all make mistakes in the beginning, I know how you feel because when I first came out of school and started working in a nursing home I felt like I was retarded I mean really. I could barely keep my head above water and it seemed impossible to get all my work done. I used to feel like my head was spinning. used to take me 4 and a half hours to do my morning med pass. But it DOES get better. I have been working in nursing homes for three years now and I feel pretty confident in my skills. Just relax and dont give up on LTC just because its overwhelming, you WILL get the hand of it and you will learn so much and youo really learn how to multitask. Thats my opinion, and dont be too hard on yourself for the dressing thing. Good luck
I work in a LTC and I would like to make a wound care skill check off so I can prepare for state survey. I have one I made but I want to be completely sure I didnt miss anything. Does anybody have a skill check off they can share with me? Thanks in advance.
My first job out of school I made 16/hr in the ATL area. That was in 2008. Now I live around Augusta and I make 20/hr. I don't know any LPN who make less than 16 and this is all in nursing homes.
hello i am also an LPN and am moving to aiken next month from Atlanta. I can tell you that there is no shortage of LTC facilities in aiken and all the ones I have called have told me they are hiring.....good luck in school and your job hunt maybe I'll see you up there
only a couple of weeks. i just dont know where to start. i'm feelin kind of intimidated.
I just graduated and I'm having trouble with the job search, anybody in the metro Atlanta Ga area have any suggestions?
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