For people with short-term medical or physical needs, our nurses, therapists, and social workers provide assessments, medical care, and education to help people achieve their optimal level of independence.
With skill and respect, we provide the support families and individuals need to live fully through the last stages of life. Services include nursing, pain management, respite and grief support.
To help people recover following surgery, illness or injury, our experienced, licensed therapists provide a full range of effective physical, occupational and speech therapy services in the comfort of home.
For infants, children and their parents coping with illness, injury or high risk pre- and post-natal issues, we provide specialized nursing care, Pediatric Palliative Care, support, and health management training for families.
At VNH, we provide home health care to people of all ages. And for our specially trained pediatric nurses, delivering excellent care can require real creativity. VNH nurse Lily Burke says her work often involves a sense of play. “It can be effective to turn health care into a game,” she explains. “For instance, ‘Simon says’ take a deep breath. And I’ve cared for a lot of sick stuffed rabbits, to show kids they’re safe and I’m here to help.”