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National Caregivers Day is Friday, February 18. The special day is meant to call attention to individuals across the country providing vital home and hospice care. If you are a caregiver, we honor and thank you for your dedication and commitment to caring for someone else’s needs.
While caregiving can be a rewarding expression of love, it also comes with physical, emotional, and spiritual demands and even the most devoted caregiver needs respite.
For You: The VNA is pleased to offer an array of caregiver support programs, including some that are free of charge, designed to assist caregivers to more effectively care for their loved one and themselves. Click here to learn more about our special caregiver support programs.
For All Caregivers: Legislation is underway to expand home care services covered by Medicare – supportive services like personal care, remote patient monitoring, nutritious meals, adaptive equipment, and other things that your loved ones, and maybe even you, will very likely need.
Please support home care and hospice by endorsing the legislation. It only takes a moment of your time. Simply click on this link then enter your name and address. If you agree with the letter of support, simply hit send. It really is that easy!
Click here if you would like more information about this important legislation.
Get to know Visiting Nurse Association of Northern New Jersey (VNA) now, and all the home health services available to you and your loved ones, before you have a health emergency. We are proud to be the longest-serving VNA in the state of New Jersey, so we know a thing or two about helping seniors.
The Visiting Nurse Association of Northern New Jersey (VNA) is a leading provider of comprehensive home health care services in Morris, Hunterdon, Sussex, and Warren Counties in Northern New Jersey. Established in 1898, generations have known that just one call to VNA opens the door to quality, patient-centered home health care solutions that allow patients to remain in the comfort of their homes with dignity, health, and independence.