As pastor on our hospice team, I have had numerous opportunities to connect with family members at the funeral home. Whether it is by leading the memorial service or visiting with family members during the calling hours, it has been an honor to extend sympathies to the family on behalf of our entire hospice team.
Did you know…? That by the year 2050 it is estimated that greater than 20% of the US population will be over the age of 65. This means as the aging population grows so does the number of people who live with and suffer from chronic illnesses. And that greater
Here at the Venango VNA Foundation, we do more than provide financial support for patients…we create memories. Donna, VNA Hospice Patient, had one request and that was to spend the day with her family at the Pittsburgh Zoo. On a warm summer weekend, Donna did just that. Her trip to
Shelly Fleming, RN and Amy Wimer, RN are VNA of Venango County’s OB Nurses. They educate mothers on safe infant care, provide breast and bottle feeding instructions and guidance, instruct on normal newborn behaviors, signs and symptoms of jaundice, obtain Bilirubin levels as needed, teach SIDS prevention, circumcision care, home
The mission of the Hospice Spiritual Team is to extend our love and com-fort in support of our patients and their families on the spiritual realm of their hospice journey through visits, prayers and attention to their individual spiritual needs.
There is no charge to families for the creation of one Memorial Bear. If additional bears are requested, a $10.00 donation per bear will be accepted that benefits the Venango VNA Foundation.
Recently, one of the whiteboards had quoted the famous song lyric, “let it snow, let it snow, let it snow.” It didn’t take long before someone else, who remains anonymous to me, took it upon themselves to continue the thought…
This years’ service took place at 3:00 PM on Sunday, November 16 at the Atlantic Avenue Church in Franklin. It was the fifth year for the event. We were blessed to host over 150 people from the families of 60 people who we gathered to remember.
About the VNA Foundation
The Venango VNA Foundation is a nonprofit corporation whose sole purpose is to generate funding to support the charitable care and services provided by the Visiting Nurses Association of Venango County.