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What are Your Options for Visiting Physician Services in NJ

Are you thinking about having visiting physician services come to your home in New Jersey? If so, there is a lot to know about receiving primary care at home.

Happy Nurses Month - How We Appreciate our Home Care and Hospice Nurses at VNA!

May is National Nurses Month! It’s a great time to show appreciation for the most trusted profession in the country. Celebrations are held across the U.S. to honor nurses for the hard work they do.

It is Occupational Therapy Month! All You Should Know About OTs and Home Care

April is Occupational Therapy Month, a time to recognize how occupational therapy (OT) is changing lives for the better. Occupational therapy plays a big part in helping people recover from being sick or injured, as well as helping people adapt to physical or cognitive changes.

The Top 5 Benefits of Physical Therapy for Children with Autism

Children on the autism spectrum often have developmental delays, low muscle tone and trouble with gross motor coordination. These issues can affect their day-to-day functioning as well as their social and physical development.

3 Important Questions To Ask Your Home Care Agency

Home care nursing services are available to those who may need extra help at home, such as when recovering from surgery or managing a long-term illness.

March 30th is National Doctors Day Here is How We Celebrate!

On March 30th of each year, we celebrate National Doctors’ Day! This special day was established to recognize the incredible work of physicians and the contributions to the communities they live in.

4 Misconceptions About Hospice Care

Choosing hospice care for a loved one is an emotional process. It’s difficult to make end-of-life decisions and sometimes these fears are heightened by the many misconceptions that exist about hospice.

Why You Should Receive Cardiac Care At Home

If you or a loved one is living with a cardiac condition or recovering from a cardiac procedure, you may need help getting back on your feet. Fortunately, you can receive this care in the home rather than a hospital or rehabilitation center.

Hospice Home Care It Doesn't Cost as Much as You Think

Every day, Americans make end-of-life decisions based on their personal preferences and financial circumstances. As end of life nears, patients and their families are usually given the option of palliative and/or hospice care.

When Should You Start Prenatal Care?

When you find out that you’re expecting, it’s normal to feel a rush of emotions. You may feel excited about expanding your family but nervous about taking on more responsibility.

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