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“The hospice team played a very large part in granting my mother’s final wish and probably mine as well. She died at home, peacefully, surrounded by family and close friends.” – Caregiver
The idea of hospice is difficult for some to accept, but at VNA, hospice care is intended to enhance the quality of life for people with terminal illnesses by attending to the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of not only the patient but also of their family. Hospice is intended to make a difficult time less stressful, less painful, and more comforting.
Here are some things that you may like to know should your loved ones ever be in need of such care.
“Based on my experiences with the Visiting Nurse Association of Northern New Jersey, I see it as a family of the most professional doctors, nurses, social workers, chaplains, coordinators, administrators, and home health aides healthcare has to offer.” – Patient Family Member
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.