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Ohio - completing monitoring

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Has anyone in Ohio finished? Aside from asking for release from the BON a month before their meeting what happened? Did they grant it? When did testing stop? 

I just want to load the family up and go on a road trip without having a panic attack. 

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hbpa2021 has 11 years experience.

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@berdeenbird I don’t have an answer for this but I’m in Ohio and close to completion as well and I just wondered if you have permanent restrictions? I want to move south when I’m done with the probation stuff but I have permanent restrictions too (no management positions, hospice, home health..) and I read that an encumbered license wouldn’t be accepted in the state I’m looking into. Do you have any insight to this? I too only get vague answers from my monitoring agent and just don’t really know where to turn. 

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I don't have permanent restrictions and are in Ohio for good. I dont have any insight into moving. It's so frustrating, the lack of information. It's like they enjoy giving us non answers and watching us fumble. 

All I would suggest is apply to the state your thinking about moving to when your done with monitoring and see what they say.

CONGRATS on being almost done!!

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hbpa2021 has 11 years experience.

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Thank you! It is frustrating. I think it’s so unfair that I’m stuck with them forever. I made a mistake and it wasn’t a repeat offense or anything but I’m punished for the rest of my life. Criminals get more rights than we do. CONGRATS to you as well though!!

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