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You'll count the smiles,
not the hours


VNA personal care attendants (PCAs) and homemakers provide care for many people in their homes by providing help with daily household tasks that we might take for granted, like cooking meals, grocery shopping, or helping someone get dressed in the morning.

Put Your Caring to Work

If you are passionate about caring for others, working as a home health aide may be for you. VNA educators will prepare you to confidently provide care to people in their homes.

We have full- and part-time openings for all skill levels. No experience is necessary.

Learn more about this program here.


VNA Blog

Preventing Falls This Winter

December 5, 2014

Falls are a leading cause of emergency room visits in Vermont, especially during the winter months when roads and sidewalks are wet, cold and slippery. Try some of these preventative measures for a safer winter season.

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Thanksgiving Blessings

November 25, 2014

The Thanksgiving season offers us the opportunity to take a minute, sit back and think about those things for which we are truly thankful.

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