Support Groups Offer Waypoints on the Path of Grief

When someone dear to us dies, our world is forever altered and we face the task of making our way in a new and sometimes bewildering terrain – finding a way to live with our hearts broken open.  The terrain of grief is unique to each of us and the love we shared and...

Activate Your Superpowers

“Activate Your Superpowers” packs the house at Central New Hampshire VNA & Hospice Annual Meeting Addressing an overflow crowd on Wednesday evening, Emily Clement entertained and inspired attendees with her stories peppered with life lessons and wisdom. “Activate...

Central Voted #1 in Best of Lakes Region

Central VNA Voted #1 Best Nonprofit in the Lakes Region. Central New Hampshire VNA & Hospice is honored and excited to have been Best Nonprofit Organization in the Lakes Region, as revealed last night at the Best of the Lakes Region Beach Party.  Forever we will...

Home Tour Tix On Sale June 15

The four homes on this year’s Thirty Second Annual Central New Hampshire VNA & Hospice Home and Garden Tour on July 10 all look like they should be featured in a book or magazine about fabulous houses. In fact two of them either already have or will be featured,...

Central VNA Hosts National Speaker

Central VNA is excited to host Kimberly Paul, nationally recognized speaker and author as part of her year-long Live Well Die Well tour across the United States.  Kimberly will be on hand at Taylor Community on Thursday, June 20th at 2pm to talk with us, sign books...

Former Central VNA Exec Wins Recognition

Hats off to Charlotte Leavitt, one of the senior volunteers winning the 2019 Joseph D. Vaughan Award, given each year by the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services, Governor Chris Sununu, the state Committee on Aging, and EngAGING NH.  Awards are...

You Saved A Life – The Story of “Mr. Max”

Just imagine you bring your 4 year old to the pediatrician because his color is poor, his appetite is off and he is more tired than you think he should be. The diagnoses comes back and your worst fears are realized – your son has leukemia. This is a true story....

Recovery at Home-After Hip Surgery

Sue Speers, 88, had experienced joint replacement surgery before. But this time, she knew she was going home alone. Both she and her family were nervous and Sue recognized that she would need to rely on her home health providers. There were six in all – nurses, home...

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Covid-19 Pandemic

Central New Hampshire VNA & Hospice continues to serve patients and will plan to do so into the foreseeable future. Working closely with our community partners, our goal during this pandemic is to provide the needed home based services our community requires.
It is our intention that our patients will not see a big change in their care. What they might notice is the addition of a number of screening questions when scheduling a visit with one of our clinicians.

Central New Hampshire VNA & Hospice continues to serve patients and will plan to do so into the foreseeable future.

To get the most recent facts about COVID-19 please visit:
Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
New Hampshire Department of Public Health
New Hampshire Department of Health & Human Services

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