How I Came to Love Long-Term Care

By AANAC and Jane Belt, MS, RN, RAC-MT, QCP - January 11, 2018

Career paths aren’t always straightforward, nor are they always what we initially wanted. However, we may find that an unexpected fork in our career path is exactly what we needed and where we need to be.

This was the case for AANAC curriculum development specialist, Jane Belt, MS, RN, RAC-MT, QCP, who started out in the ICU, worked through many different roles, went back to school, and experienced some life changes. Upon searching for the right fit for a new career, she found a small classified ad for a nursing home consultant that met her needs for flexible hours. She wasn’t expecting to enjoy it, but little did she know at that moment, she would be hooked for life. Here is Jane’s long-term care story:

  • Re: How I Came to Love Long-Term Care

    Great job Jane!! Not just the interview post but for your openess and human-ness in describing your love for LTC and the individuals we care for. LOVE YOU!!

    By: Mary Madison, RN, RAC-CT, CDP on 01/12/2018 02:27:07 PM

  • Re: How I Came to Love Long-Term Care

    Thanks so much, Mary - your kind words mean a lot to me!!

    Take care. Hope to see you at the AANAC Conference in April!

    By: Jane Belt on 01/18/2018 01:06:36 AM

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