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 and share wisdom.

Kimberly wants to radically change the way people face end of life, and she’s using her extensive experience as a storyteller to do just that. As a result of her television experiences in New York City, Kimberly learned she was born to tell stories, and has spent the last 17 years telling a very different kind. In her time as Vice President of Outreach and Communications for a local hospice on the coast of North Carolina, she used a myriad of award-winning marketing strategies to share real stories about death and dying and the keys to making every moment matter.

This year she’s taken her strategy on the road to offer informative, relaxed and inspiring conversations about the beauties and challenges of the last chapter of life, and how those same challenges can inspire us to live each moment more fully.  Kimberly’s Live Well, Die Well Tour is part of a growing movement to normalize death and dying as a natural part of life that does not have to be traumatic or tragic, but rather the well-chosen end to a well-lived life.

Kimberly has become one of the leaders in the death positive movement happening in the United States today.  Her desire to change the taboo subject of death and dying into the ultimate gift of connection with family and friends is a wonderful message and one that will be relevant to everyone, some day.

Come join the conversation at The Woodside Building at Taylor Home on June 20th.  Books will be available for purchase for $20.00 (sorry, cash or check only).

Laconia: (603) 524.8444  |  Wolfeboro: (603) 569.2729

Laconia: (603) 524.8444  |  Wolfeboro: (603) 569.2729

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

What We Do Central VNA Hosts National Speaker