Do you–like most people–want your loved ones to be able to stay in their homes as long as possible? Are complications from chronic illness, hospitalizations or the challenges of aging making that difficult? Or is someone you care for facing the end of life?
If a loved one’s safety, well-being, independence and dignity are important to you, you are not alone. Since 1888, VNA Plus Home Care & Hospice (commonly known as the Visiting Nurse Association) has delivered compassionate, professional care to people in their homes…care that helps them recover, heal, remain in the surroundings they treasure most…and live each day to the fullest, even while confronting a life-limiting illness.
As a comprehensive, full-service agency, we offer a complete array of services, including:
- Private duty companion care, including help with housekeeping, meal preparation, errands and other daily living activities; personal care; respite for family caregivers; medication management and more;
- Lifeline Medical Alert Service (personal response system);
- Nursing care, rehabilitation therapies, wound care and other skilled services;
- End-of-life hospice care in the home, long-term care facility or in the John and Betty Charlier Hospice Center located in the VNA Plus building in Evansville, Indiana.
As a Medicare/ Medicaid certified, state licensed, not-for-profit agency, VNA Plus is fully committed to ensuring that every person we are able to serve receives the care and support needed to preserve independence, dignity, and quality of life through ethical, compassionate, professional service. If you have questions, would like more information about our services, or want to discover how companion care, nursing care or hospice care could benefit someone you love, turn to the mission-based Agency that has cared for generations: VNA Plus Home Care & Hospice.
The holiday season is upon us…and family gatherings are a perfect time to observe whether or not your older relatives are living as safely and as well as possible. Take a look at these 8 Red Flags that may indicate your loved one needs more help!
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