So I was in a hurry and didn't write a MAR entry in printing (okay half was half wasn't..lol...ya know when your flustered when..LOL!). I had NO idea it would become so much of an issue!You see, they just hired a new caregiver (non licensed..go figure!) who can not read or write in cursive! So I had an order for Digoxin..typical stuff...hold dose if pulse is less than ___ (my doc chose 55). Well...she couldn't even read the word Digoxin since I put it in cursive...so she gave anyway (okay with the MAR protocol we have, they must match up bubble pack label to MAR three times...ummm how can she have given the med if she can read the MAR???).So I got in trouble since she gave it with a pulse rate of 50. Okay one, you better let me know if you are going to hold the med since I need to assess, and two...ME?!?!?! I know how to read cursive, everyone I know except for this one knows how!!! What the!?!?!?!?Anyway..my administrations suggestion "print everything!"...okay yeah fine, I will print MAR entrys..no probelm..but charting?!?!?! Heck no! I totally confronted the admin and told them how seriously dangerous it was for this to happen, that notes are written per shift to let caregivers know what is going on, and if she can't read it???? But they told me "she has a learning disorder and we can not discriminate!"...and I said "okay..you tell the family of that when you go to a patients funeral!!!!!!!".She is still employed because of a discrimination deal...what do you think? To me it is like having someone that can't read English or do math...no place in healthcare!!!!!!!! (scares me that she is giving meds!!!!!!!!!!!!).I am contemplating documenting all the admin I have talked to, and calling the board! So far we have covered for her, rewritten much, but still..she will never be able to read what is in the care notes past 2 weeks ago!!!!!!! Heck, I thought reading doc orders was bad enough..but not to be able to read cursive??????