When an aging family member returns home from a stay in the hospital or a nursing facility, ensuring their safety is a priority. Assessing the home can help you prepare for their return and determine if modifications are necessary for safe, independent living.
When an aging or unwell family member’s safety at home is a cause for concern — no matter what the reason — Visiting Nurse Association of Ohio can help.
Visiting Nurse Association of Ohio wants to change the way patients and their families think about hospice care.
For patients recovering from orthopedic surgery, a period of physical therapy must begin almost immediately and continue almost daily without interruption. This can require as much as two weeks of in-patient rehab, often in a residential care facility.
Every year, Visiting Nurse Association of Ohio Hospice holds a holiday remembrance service to honor and remember those who have been loved and lost. The 22nd annual Light A Life event was held on Sunday, December 7, 2014 at VNA of Ohio’s administrative office and celebrated the lives of our loved ones.