I believe that I will be having an interview for LPN position nursing home. I had a phone message to return call If I was still interested in job I applied for last week. So, my question is during the interview, should I divulge that I left my last job four years ago, due to health reasons. I do have a chronic illness, but have been stable for the past two years. I am aware that I do not have to reveal this info, and it is a tough call. I do have a hidden disability. Currently, I feel fine. I know that I need proper rest and only plan to work PT. My last two interviews, I did not disclose the real reason that I left my last job. But, they were not physically demanding positions. I just stated that I wanted to be a full-time homemaker and was in a postion that I did not NEED to work. Truth is that I was exhausted and my Sarcoid was in flare-up mode. I was hospitalized frequently for two years following my resignation. However, my health has improved these past two years. I believe that my condition is under control with my meds and proper rest. I would like to get back into nursing. The only experience that I have is in Behavioral Health. Although, I have worked with geri pts. in the psych facility that I worked at. My illness started brewing while I was in nursing school. I graduated at the age of 40. I am now 51. So, I have minimal experience. My nursing history is 18 months in drug rehab and 4 yrs. in psych facility. I really do not feel qualified for many nursing positions. As experience is usually required. I have been thinking the best place to start back into nursing would be LTC. As, experience is usually not required, and hopefully I would learn a lot.I realize that LTC can be physically demanding and good team support is needed. I think that I should be up front for this interview. Any suggestions???