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Concerned,what to do?

I graduated last July from Hope Home Care due to health circumstances they were aware of I wasnt able to work but was told after i got the heart ablation done theyd have work for me icalled in for work in May of 2019 and i was told I'd have to take the course again yet I was nit allowed to obtain my certificate would this stop me from getting employed by a CHH/A agenc? What can I do ? My year just ended without use or a job.

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Ashley Wilson
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Hi Lanette Chambers ! I actually had an ablation done for SVT back in 2003. I hope you are feeling well now! Is there a course you are able to re-take now?

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Shirley McAlicher
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Were you taking STNA?. If you completed all of your classes satisfactorily, and you graduated. Yes you should be able to work as your chosen career. Unless your state requirements have restrictions as to your condition medically.

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Carla Charles
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Have you applied for SSI.

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Carol Jordan
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My suggestion is to appeal it. I was in my MBA program when my mother passed away. They credited me for the tuition paid and I was able to take up where I left off a year later. Most are understanding. I wish you the best.

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John Careccia
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if you completed the CHHA course and received your certificate, you don't have to take the course again. You should contact them again and send them a copy of your certificate. If they still insist you take the course again I would report them to the NJ DOH.

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Sarah Dunn
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Though my family experience they have had to move to another state that was hiring for that adsact position. Have you tried searching what states are hiring in that feild? And have you thought about moving for your carreer?

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Sheila Johnson
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Lanette, I would check into this school you attended are they even licensed or certified. They should honor their commitment to you. Check them out on the better business bureau. If they have former complaints such as your I would certainly file a complaint with AMA and the better business Bureau. It sounds as they are not legitimate. In the mean-time, there are plenty of home health agencies that will hire you. With so many baby boomers, I have no doubt you will find suitable employment to meet the growing needs of seniors. TYJ

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