VNA launches homecare podcast


The VNA & Hospice of the Southwest Region has launched a new podcast, The Homecare Connection, a supplement to the public TV access show of the same name. The podcast focuses on empowering people to make a healthier decisions as they age and will provide solutions to individuals who are experiencing the challenges of caring for someone one who may need home health care as they age.

The podcast is geared toward anyone who wishes to take control of the many issues that affect us as we age.

The inaugural episode features Nicole Moran, a registered nurse who is director of Palliative Care & Hospice Services, and Bernadette Robin, director of marketing, discussing a special interactive workshop, Exploring Life's Journeys. Future episodes will focus on having conversations about your medical and end-of-life care wishes, and about the latest technology that enables individuals with chronic illnesses to remain independent at home.

"We wanted to create a place to discuss proactive aging" Bernadette Robin, director of marketing, said in a media release. "We will feature interviews with home health care and hospice experts who will help individuals discover practical information on healthy aging whether for themselves or a loved one."

"We partnered with Nanci Gordon Media Services to help us create a real connection with our community," added Robin. "Combining Nanci's expertise in producing high-quality content with our depth of knowledge in home health and hospice care, this podcast is for anyone interested in living life to the fullest while aging."

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The VNAHSR has office locations in Bennington, Dorset, Manchester and Rutland. VNAHSR is a non-profit, Medicare-certified home health and hospice agency delivering a wide-range of advanced medical care with compassion, dependability, and expertise to people of all ages.



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