10/13/2020 (Tue) 08:23:07
I posted this on another place but thought it was good. they dont reply to effortposting>>282359101
You're going to be a support worker, and work for three different companies, getting them to train and pay for tickets like stoma care and midaz training, you're going to be the guy rostering call to fill a shift, because you're available and then you are doing complex bowel care, changing superpubic catethers, passive over nights, challenging behaviours, forced restraint, medicative restraints. Get friendly with the rosterig staff, they ring you every day. You have a greater connection to them than your family that no longer see you as a no hoper shit fuck that is a little cunt that doesnt fucking give a fuck. Then you go on mable, because by then you understand about plan reviews and how to work the system to advocate for your new participants that followed you over to stay with you as you worked privately. Charging $50 an hour, plus km's, getting enough work that you can cut some out. While still employed, and doing an odd shift for the companies so they still have to keep paying for your training. But you cut back to social shifts and some overnights, still making a tidy grand a week after tax. Join some social groups, expand your network, meet interesting and well meaning, real, people to exchange communication and connect, fucking connect man. Know what I mean. Buy a house and a decent car. Chicks are into you because you dress like an adult, not a teenager in trackies and jeans. You get your fucking shit together. You know other people in the industry, your linked in is fucking massive. Prosthetic supplier representatives from Tokyo and wheelchair manufacturers in San Diego. You're a good cunt now. Shit is good. Buying a house, going to rent it out then apply for SIL registration and have your clients live in them and youu provide the 24hr care and paying the workers to do it $27 active p/h. $5k a week from each of them, that you should spend entirely on improving your compliance and ensuring you are staying up with procedures. Good life.