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Why the VNA?

“It’s more than a job. It’s an experience I couldn’t get anywhere else.”

Dale Devino, LNA
House Manager, Vermont Respite House

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Caregiver Support

Our Adult Day Program is a great option for seniors and adults who desire to live independently, but who may need assistance or help with daily activities.

Did you know our Adult Day Program is also beneficial for caregivers? It provides caregivers valuable respite while offering peace of mind that your loved one is being cared for in a safe environment at one of our three locations.

And we offer support and education through workshops and group meetings.

ADP Caregiver

Support Group for Caregivers and
Persons Living With Dementia is held:
Every Second Wednesday
5:30-7:30 pm
at VNA Grand Way Adult Day

Grand Way Commons
412 Farrell Street, So. Burlington

We also offer Powerful Tools for Caregivers workshops throughout the year to help caregivers learn how to take care of themselves as they continue to care for their loved ones. You can check our Educational Workshops page for current offerings.

And be sure to visit our Adult Day Program page for more info about our three sites.


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