My quilting journey as I find my way in the quilting world.
Monday, February 1, 2010
Help Along the Way
They have a job opening at my job for a Discharge Planner. It would entail getting the residents ready to go home after rehab has been completed. You would work closely with the doctors, other facilities (long term care or ALF), ordering any equipment they may need, and home health care. The Discharge Planner also tries to help solve any foreseeable problems that the family may have at home. There are other duties I know but this is the jest of the job. I am interested in the job but I am a little reluctant to apply. Two other floor nurses have applied and I already have a nice job. I like what I do-no, I enjoy what I do. Some days the hours are long but I am single and I only need to leave on time on Tuesday. So, to me changing would be no big deal. I just would like to try this job. Am I making any sense? After work today I went to have the oil changed in my car and was reading in the waiting room when I came across this quote by Muhammad Ali:
He who is not courageous enough to take risks will accomplish nothing in life.