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Jenn Harcher to Emcee 2nd Annual Rockin’ for the Cause May 17, 2016
Fox 8 Cleveland Meteorologist Jenn Harcher will join Visiting Nurse Association of Ohio as the emcee of the 2nd Annual Rockin’ for the Cause on June 9, 2016. The event will be held from 7 – 10 p.m. at the Music Box Supper Club and will feature a live and silent auction, small plate dining, and the musical talents of Kristine Jackson, and Monica Robins and the Whiskey Kings.
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VNA of Ohio and The Music Settlement Partner for Music Therapy Program April 11, 2016
VNA of Ohio is pleased to announce its partnership with The Music Settlement to offer Music Therapy as an adjunct service for the organization’s patients in Northeast Ohio. VNA of Ohio provides high-quality home health and hospice care to promote health, independence and dignity to those living in the community.
VNA of Ohio and The Music Settlement
Helping Families Cope with Mental Illness March 4, 2016
When someone you love is diagnosed with a mental illness, it can produce a multitude of reactions from sadness, confusion, confusion, fear and guilt.  While the diagnosed clients receive professional help, their families often struggle to manage the impact on their own lives with little support.  It is critical that family members receive education and guidance in negotiating boundaries, communication, and crisis situations in addition to self-care.  In this workshop we will offer insights so you can effectively work with individuals and families to help them manage the impact of mental illness.
Home Health Aide Recruitment Event February 2, 2016
Visiting Nurse Association of Ohio is hosting a Home Health Aide Recruitment Event on February 13th from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Mansfield office. Join us to discuss how you can join the area's most trusted home healthcare agency.
Preparing for Flu Season December 14, 2015
Did you know that adults 65 years of age and older are at a higher risk for developing flu-related complications? Additionally, living with various medical conditions such as heart disease, lung disease, and kidney disorders increases their risk.
Prevent the flu
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