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Stories of Care

Every day, we provide expert care to individuals from all walks of life. We invite you to meet some of them below.

A Foundation for a Healthy, Thriving Community

cooking matters participants smiling with food

More than 1,300 people took part in VNA’s Cooking Matters program in 2016 and walked away with the knowledge to make smarter, healthier choices.

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bob portrait at vna celebration

August 3, 2017

When “Thank You” Just Isn’t Enough

Bob served in the 7th Army Symphony Orchestra from 1957-60, playing his cello with musicians throughout Europe. In cahoots with his wife, Rose, his VNA care team planned a surprise Veterans pinning ceremony.

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baby and mother holding hands

August 2, 2017

A Mom Turns Her Life Around with Project WIN

When Martika began working with VNA’s Project WIN, her living conditions were less than ideal. She wanted to provide a safe, stable environment for her daughter, but the home she lived in was not conducive for a healthy lifestyle.

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connie and vna caregiver

August 1, 2017

Overcoming Obstacles in the Home

When Connie suffered a fall and fractured her wrist on Christmas day, she landed in the hospital. After returning home, she struggled to eat, dress herself and walk short distances.

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baby feet between parent hands

July 29, 2017

Specialized Care for a Special Baby

Baby R was born into this world with two loving parents. Two loving parents that were worried about her fussiness. She was initially diagnosed with colic and reflux. Then, she was hospitalized twice in her first few months of life, first for weight loss and second for seizures.

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cooking matters participants smiling with food

July 25, 2017

A Foundation for a Healthy, Thriving Community

More than 1,300 people took part in VNA’s Cooking Matters program in 2016 and walked away with the knowledge to make smarter, healthier choices.

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