In any industry, change is a constant and an opportunity to create the future. It allows us to redefine ourselves and embrace new ideas, processes, and plans. It is an organization’s evolvement over time. Visiting Nurse Association of Ohio continues to evolve every day.
“25 years ago, I was young. My knees didn’t hurt, my shoulders didn’t hurt. I was running all over town. There have been a lot of changes since then, but patient care does not change. And I know I have been providing comfort to patients and their families.”
As you or a loved one receive medical attention, it is important that your family, friends, caregivers and healthcare providers are aware of your wishes. In the event that you are unable to communicate these wishes yourself, Advance Directives are used to guide medical decisions.
To start the New Year, Visiting Nurse Association of Ohio is pleased to inform the community of the past year’s successes and efforts as the organization moves forward. It is an opportunity to share the year’s highlights and their impact on VNA of Ohio’s mission of delivering high-quality home care.
When a love one is diagnosed with a life-limiting illness, determining the next steps can be extremely overwhelming. If the decision has been made to begin hospice care, patients and families should feel prepared to select the right provider. To prepare for this decision, individuals should be educated on the benefits of hospice care, the services available to them, and the provider of choice.