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The coronavirus pandemic and the threat of serious illness are encouraging conversations about care preferences and end-of-life wishes. Regardless of your age or health status, now is the time to start talking about your healthcare goals and making sure that you have clearly outlined your preferences.
We are all in this together. Do your part today by making your advance care plan. This will not only help you, it will help your family, your friends, and your medical providers. For information about how to make a medical plan during COVID-19, visit: prepareforyourcare.org/covid-19.
If you have any questions or need help with your Advance Directive, please call us at 1-888-300-8853.
Panel discussion about dementia and caring for a loved one with dementia featuring:
- Barbara Lazar, MD – Hospice Medical Director, Bayada
- Amanda Fay, MSN, RN – Manager of Clinical Education and Evidence Based Practice at Visiting Nurse and Hospice for Vermont and New Hampshire
- Mick Byers – Manager at Valley Terrace Assisted Living
When it comes to stroke, every second counts! Know the signs and symptoms of stroke so that you can take quick action and perhaps save a life.
Topics of this virtual presentation include: what a stroke is, why strokes happen, how to recognize when a stroke is happening, what to do if you or someone else is experiencing a stroke, and what we can all do to prevent strokes from happening.
Spending more time outside? Beware of ticks! May marks the start of peak tick season in New England.
The chances of contracting a tick borne illness is very high in the Vermont and New Hampshire. According to the Vermont Department of Health, Vermont has the second highest rate of reported Lyme disease cases in the U.S. Tick borne illnesses are not only treatable, but most are preventable.
This presentation aims to prepare you to fully enjoy the great outdoors all year long. Topics will include: types of ticks and the diseases they carry, how to identify symptoms that you may experience after a bite, and how to be proactive in preventing tick bites.
Learn more about VNH and what it is like to provide essential home-based care in our communities in this Facebook Live Q&A.
Caring for people in their home is very different than in a clinic or hospital setting, and can be extremely rewarding, but also a little scary for those who have never worked in this setting. Learn more about the unique ways VNH supports staff in this Facebook Live Q&A.
Learn more about VNH and what it is like to provide essential home-based care in our communities in this Facebook Live Q&A. During this session, we will be highlighting our hospice program.
Sharon Giguere, Community Relations and Marketing Manager at VNH, talks with Timothy Caldwell, Counselor at Law at Caldwell Law about estate planning and planned giving. Tim has 26 years of experience in the Upper Valley and since 1997, has concentrated his practice on estate planning and settlement.
Topics covered in the Facebook Live webinar include:
- How to make a planned gift
- Different types of planned gifts
- When should I start looking at a planned gift?
- Can I make a planned gift in my estate?
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