My name is***** will not disclose my phone number for Privacy Law reasons. I started working as an educator in 1993. Yes, it take a lot of training. I completed high school in four years. I did a four year honours Bachelor of Journalism degree. I have done a lot of further certificate and added training. I have done a two year Master of Arts degree. I have a Teaching Education as a Second Language certificate that I did online. I have a Bachelor of Law degree that I did online. I am all but dissertation for a Doctor of Philosophy degree. I have done more than 25 years of school. I need to help students. The aspects of the career that I like most are helping people with a great attitude that make me smile. Another aspect of this career is all of the knowledge that I gain by helping others. I think all careers have a strong point to them, even working at McDonald's. A job is a good thing. A career is a good thing, even and especially if that career involves raising children. I am doing exactly what I have always had in mind for most of the time. I cannot help you with the rest of the neurologist questions, however you could try contacting some hospitals outside of your state using Google Phone in order to reach a neurologist. I did not look at your last questions before responding to the beginning ones :-). A neurologist sure does make more money than I do :-) LOL.
Try finding a neurologist in California. Their time zone is Pacific Standard Time and they would be three hours behind.
You are welcome! Were you looking for a neurologist though? If you were, I will not ask you to rate me. If you were not and what I responded to is fine, then if you do not mind, I will ask you to rate my help.
Donna Kakonge, ABD