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New Post 7/22/2012 11:01 PM
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Hello, I took the HFA Course in 2002 and still have not finished my AIT. I am hopeing with this format to draw attention to a possible Administrator/Preceptor.

I started as a CNA, then became a QMA, then an Activity Director, and took 1 yr. of College for Psychology. I have 3 cr.

I worked 25 years as a QMA/CNA. You know it seems to me that there are certain administrators that just do not want to help out another person trying to become Administrators.

I know it is more work to follow the guidelines but if you think about it, I would be in every part of your facility wroking in every dept. and you do not have to pay me.

I think if I can do that, somebody would do the other part to get me trained to take the test. I took my HFA Course at St. Benedicts in Beech Grove, In.

I hope some kind, caring, Administrator will see this and help me out. I would like to finish this before I get too old oram unable to. It is a quest for me to be  a HFA.

I have a page on facebook that you might find interesting, here is the link for that page:.  https://www.facebook.com/pages/Long-Term-Care-My-Lifes-Work/346450422096150

Thank You...

New Post 7/23/2012 10:27 AM
  Karen A
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Re: Request For a Preceptor- 

I would like to apologize for my spelling in the previous message. I have not been sleeping well, and I do apologize.

Also, I would like to say that I have read that an Administrator can take a 8 hr. course and be a Preceptor. Why wouldn't an Administrator do this?

And help out another person along the way? Once again Thank You, I know how busy all of you are, but please just take the time to help a fellow person who loves our elderly,

and wants to do everything I can to make their lives happier and their lives fullfilling in what time they may have left.

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