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Roselene and Steve: A Story of Friendship and Superior Care

August 2, 2019

vna-of-florida-home-health-aide Certified nursing assistants and home health aides play a vital role in patient’s lives. CNAs and HHAs are tasked with providing personal care to clients and assisting them with daily activities. For the last year of Steve’s life, Roselene Destin, a certified nursing assistant with the Visiting Nurse Association of Florida, provided him with superior care. After Steve was released from the hospital following a bad case of pneumonia, his daughter Suzanne contacted the Visiting Nurse Association of Florida. Steve, who was a World War II Navy veteran, utilized the VNA’s private in-home care services. Roselene helped Steve with grooming, bathing, toileting, mobility and light housekeeping. His wife, Jeannine, was thankful for the assistance. “The VNA helped my mother and me mentally, physically and emotionally. My mom couldn’t have done all that herself,” Suzanne said. Jeannine says that Steve and Roselene had a very close bond. In addition to providing Steve with quality care, she also provided him companionship. “He always looked forward to seeing her. She brought a smile to my husband’s face every time she

July 13, 2018

VNA Care Management: Why You Need This if You’re Caring for an Aging Loved One

The Visiting Nurse Association of Florida (VNA) understands firsthand that care management is a full-time responsibility. It’s not uncommon for family members who are caring for a loved one at home to find themselves handling more than just their loved one’s immediate healthcare needs. Oftentimes, family members must manage their loved one’s financial obligations, doctor’s appointments, caregiver scheduling, medication refills, and so much more. When the demands of caring for a loved one become too challenging to manage alone, family members need someone to turn for trusted care management services—someone like the VNA. Care management by the VNA connects medical professionals with family members who are caring for an aging loved one at home. Our care management team assists family members with managing their loved one’s health conditions and associated responsibilities, including:

  • Handling and monitoring basic financial transactions
  • Patient transitions to and from hospital stays
  • Coordination of home healthcare services
  • Providing resource referrals for elder law, financial planning, and bill paying

  If you worry about the safety and well-being of your elderly loved one becau

July 21, 2017

Companion care is a great option for many reasons. Seniors in need of companion care are often capable of living independently, however may require assistance with non-medical services or activities of daily living. In many cases, a companion can be a close friend, providing comradery on a daily basis. Here are four reasons why companion care with the Visiting Nurse Association of Florida might be something to think about for your loved one: companion care Assistance with daily tasks – Companion care allows seniors who may live alone to have someone there to help them with activities of daily living, such as grooming, dressing, light housekeeping, or running errands. Having a companion, whether it be every day or just a few times a week, can provide seniors with peace of mind knowing someone will be there for them when they need it most. Security while you’re away – If a senior lives with you, you may have already run into this issue planning a trip out of town or attending a meeting away from the home. Having a companion check on your loved one while you’re away can provide you with much needed peace of mind. If an emergency situation arises, there will be someone with y

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