Hi everyone-well, tomorrow I am going for an interview at a doctor's office. I am so nervous. The last interview I went to, I got so dizzy that I really couldn't do the filing, moving up and down to file. This job is for the front office, but they told me I would be doing "everything". This scares me-the only thing I have done in the past 40 years is teach (taking a break to raise my kids). I don't know anything about working in a doctor's office. But since I've been out of a job since May, 08, I am taking anything-at least trying. But I'm afraid that my balance, memory, concentration problems will make it so I won't be able to do the job. Do I tell them that I have this brain injury, (along with breast cancer, lupus, fibromyalgia, DDD, and Langerhans Cell Hystiocytosis), or not say anything unless I get offered the job. I was originally planning on applying for SDI, but I wouldn't have any money to carry me over until I was awarded the Disability which I hear takes quite a while. Right now I am living on unemployment, and that's due to end. And buying COBRA is taking most of my money. The neurologist increased my Adderall fro 10mg to 20mg, but I haven't tried it yet. I figured I wait until after the interview. But she'd hoping that may help with the attention and concentration problems. Well, wish me luck-I am really nervous-you'd think at 60 yrs. old, this stuff wouldn't bother me, but it sure does. Oh well, I'll let you know what happens-sorry for the long post. Kathy
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