I want to be a nurse. I have spondyloepiphyseal dysplasia congenita. I am 4'8" and have pain in a lot of my joints. Mainly my ankles and knees. I also have fake hips, and 2 rods and 20 screws in my back. I loved driving a truck (18 wheeler), but I had to quit for many reasons. One being I have 3 kids at home. I had gotten my pre-requisites done for the LVN program prior to truck driving, but after a bad shift at the pizza place I was working at, I quit and got my CDL. I figured, I'd never be able to keep up physically or put that much stress on my body walking that much...I never thought about ADA and resources... I really think I want to go for my RN now... Does anyone know how I could do this successfully?