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I am entering week 4 of 'couch living' with an elevated ankle. As for many of us, this is a huge adjustment because I was always very active, moving, and doing things. (The down time is starting to get to me.)
My injury was a result of a car accident and I was taken to Shock Trauma in Baltimore. These people are wonderful and there is one admnistrative nurse who has helped me with handicap tags, wheel chair prescription, etc. after I left the hospital.
I applied for a leave bank from my work and also for the ability to try to work at a location a little closer to home as I slowly get back to speed in the future. (I can't drive until November). That said, I was just sent this ghastly amount of forms by my employer to be completed by the doctor - what is the injury, how long will I be out, why, etc......
I hate to send these forms to this very nice lady who has been excellent just because I feel like I am piling on. Has anyone else dealt with the sort of paperwork? Who did you forward it to?
Mary (getting a little contrary)
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