Preventing illness or injury is one of the best ways to ensure your continued independence.  Your VNA offers services to keep you healthy and provides education to support you and your family with health related situations, such as preparing your advance directive.


Flu Clinics

An Important Update on VNA's Flu Program Vermont’s aging population and the preference of Vermonters to age in their homes is putting more demands on... Read More >>

Foot Care Clinics

As we age, foot problems can develop that may lead to limited mobility and ultimately more serious health conditions. Routine foot care is important for: [list-cols... Read More >>

Philips Lifeline Services

Every day, your VNA assists a wide range of people in maintaining their independence and quality of life. Through a partnership with Philips Lifeline,... Read More >>

Madison-Deane Initiative

The Madison-Deane Initiative (MDI) is the education arm for VNA’s End-of-Life Care services. It was created in 1997 to educate the general public and... Read More >>