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Patient Care Tech? Can you explain what its duties are please? It sounds like a nurse in some forms.It's got to be tough being on the phone. Sorry to hear that you have to change your career. Good luck with engineering.
I am a Patient Care Tech, student, and house cleaner.
I am kind of like a nurse's assistant. I do vital signs, ekgs, collect labs, wash patients, change attends, fetch things for people, help transfer patients, feed patients and other things like that. I am in school for nursing at the moment. Started in a nursing home and now I work in a hospital.Patient Care Tech? Can you explain what its duties are please? It sounds like a nurse in some forms.
right now, I'm doing a whole lot of NOTHING! (BORED!!!)
For a while I was a certified nutritionist while studying to become a naturopathic physician. However, since learning that my daughter is gradually becoming deaf, I have changed course. I would LIKE to be trained to be a 'terp (preferably medical.)
I also have a very high interest in artistic things. When I was younger (pre-marriage and children) I used to be a window decorator for Pier One imports. I would still enjoy being a visual merchandiser/mannequin-dresser/window decorator/etc. I love to arrange flowers, decorate my home, help people "style" their clothing, etc. I LOVE COLOR - I'm completely addicted to it! And I am a knitter. I never use a pattern, preferring to design the knitwear I make. I am also a gardener.
Someone, please HIGHER me for SOMETHING! Help me practice my ASL! (PLEASE!)
I am fairly certain they do now! I know that courses are offered in visual merchandising in vocational/technical colleges now.How did you get a job doing that for Pier One Imports? Growing up, my dream job was to be an interior decorator and I would love to get a job as a window dresser. Maybe part time. Does one need qualifications for something like that?
WOW, you did luck on that one. I work desktop support and it is not so deaf friendly. Mind you I just got the job and my hearing is still degrading at a rate I can still answer calls (with a few repeat requests).
As for what I do for a living, I work desktop support as I had just said. Where I work, I do not think it will last if my hearing gets worse. So, I have started going back to college to change to an engineer.