kanzi monkey 618 Posts Has 5 years experience. Oct 18, 2009 I started a new job at an adult day health center. The director is telling me I need to chart for the LVN because she is older and unwilling to learn how to chart on the computer. Mind you, I am not with her when she does her patient care, but I am asked to chart for her, using a post it note that she used to jot down info while seeing the patient. I am a new grad and need advice. My common sense says NO WAY, but the director is insisting I do it. Am I playing with fire, and should I quit?I saw the title of this thread and laughed...gee, I always want to ask someone to do my charting for me Reality though--you shouldn't be charting for anyone but yourself. And no one should do your charting for you. Both of you are liable for what is documented. So is the director, I think. But I'm guessing if anything ever went wrong, the director might re-think her stance on "charting for another person" and change her opinion--retroactively.