i would like to volunteer in the NICU(neonatal intensive care unit) and help rocking and feeding the babies. i absolutely adore babies, especially newborns. when kidlet was born we found out 3 days later she had a spinal infection had to be spinal tapped every day and had all kinds of tubes coming and going, and was in the NICU at childrens hospital for 2 weeks, we almost lost her a few times. dh and i took shifts, i was there from 6am til he got there about 7pm and stayed til i got back at 6. they had some wonderful voluteers there and i would like to give back. i have one fear, what if they find out i am bipolar and under treatment? can they reject you due to mental illness? i don't want to lie on my application, but i want them to know i could do the job. maybe i could get a letter from my pdoc saying i have never been at risk of doing harm to others(which is true, i am it at myself). i can't call tomorrow because we will be at the barn, the horse chiropractor will be there, i will have to do it monday. send me positive energy please.
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