Why the VNA?
“Tristan would not be the boy he is without the VNA. My VNA nurse has always been just a phone call away.”
Hospice Memorial Service
You are invited to join us for our:
VNA End-of-Life Care Services Annual Memorial Service
Sunday, Nov. 2
Held at the First Unitarian Universalist Society at 152 Pearl Street, Burlington, VT, this memorial service is a time to remember loved ones served by our end-of-life care programs. An opportunity will be offered during the program to light a candle in memory of your loved one. For more information, please contact Ally Parker, VNA Grief and Bereavement Coordinator, at 802 860-4410 or email@example.com.
July 28, 2014
Social worker, case manager, advocate, friendly face, interested listener, teacher, health care provider. Saint. These are but some of the "faces" of the two providers I followed during the Visiting Nurse Association of Chittenden and Grand Isle Counties' Community Visits program.
May 30, 2014
My partner, Dana, and my son, Ezra, and I were sitting around at my mom's house eating dinner. My cousin had just had a baby, so the discussion moved to how hard it is to transition into the role of being a parent, even if it is something you have planned and wanted and dreamed of for a long time. Being a dad to Ezra has intensified every aspect of my life - I have reached levels of joy, love and peace I had never imagined possible.
- Join us for our Annual Staff and Volunteer Recognition Dinner, November 12, 5:45 pm at the Hampton Inn. Click for more info.
- Do you need a flu vaccine? visit our Flu Clinic page to see a listing of upcoming clinics.
- Our Fall 2014 VNACares Newsletter is now online.
- Vermont Assembly of Home Health and Hospice Agencies (VAHHA) announces a new name and look. Read more about it here.
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