Most caregivers spend their time worrying whether their loved ones are safe in their homes or if they require more care than they are able to provide. The constant worry often causes burnout and family complications. But home care services and other resources, give caregivers relief during these stressful times.
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In Cuyahoga County, 50% of the clients admitted into the state psychiatric hospital are readmissions. Many of these individuals were unable to access care to achieve optimal health and independence. Rather, they were forced to turn to the hospital systems to receive treatment, continuing what is known as the “Revolving Door Syndrome.” To prevent the reoccurring cycle, community agencies joined forces in hopes of closing the gap for care and created the Bridge Program.
Healthcare is one of the largest industries in Northeast Ohio. Regardless, local corporations are challenged by rising healthcare costs and complicated systems for their employees to navigate. To support employers working through these intricacies, local executives and experts joined to offer insight and advice for navigating the continuum of care.
Every year, local corporations, executives and community members join together to invest in the mission of Visiting Nurse Association of Ohio: to provide high-quality home health and hospice care to promote optimal health, independence and dignity to those living in our communities. Later this month, VNA of Ohio will host the 5th annual Treasures of Cleveland event to further advance the mission and to help patients live well.