Compassion and Love for those with Alzheimer’s Disease

November 10, 2020 | Blog Post

By Theresa Pichelmeyer, EdD, RN, President & CEO of Valley VNA Senior Care Many people experience the stigma and fear of a dementia diagnosis, either for themselves or a loved…

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Julie Fries, RN

October 6, 2020 | Valley VNA Voice

Julie Fries, RN Client Care Coordinator, In-Home Care I was born in Norway, Michigan, and later graduated from Little Chute High School. I always loved art and began working right…

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Assisted Living is a Safe, Nurturing Environment

September 16, 2020 | Blog Post

It’s a Good Choice in Difficult Times By Angela Franz, Administrator, Independent & Assisted Living at Valley VNA Senior Care This is Assisted Living Week in the U.S., a time…

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New Ideas, Games, Schedules, Staff, and Bus Tours

July 14, 2020 | Blog Post

Valley VNA Life Enrichment Ramps Up in the Time of COVID-19 By Joelin Mueller, Life Enrichment Team Lead at Valley VNA Senior Care As soon as COVID-19 became a reality,…

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Every Adult Needs A Signed Power of Attorney for Health Care

April 10, 2020 | Blog Post

By Theresa Pichelmeyer, RN, EdD, President and CEO, Valley VNA Senior Care and Ellen Koski, MPH, CPH, Director, Fox Valley Advance Care Planning Partnership   National Health Care Decisions Day…

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Erin Kaskavitch, RN, Nurse Consultant

March 4, 2020 | Valley VNA Voice

I was born in Florida and my family lived in Pensacola until I was 10 years old because my mom was brought up in a Navy family. Then we moved…

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Meet Jordan M.

February 12, 2020 | Valley VNA Voice

I worked at Valley VNA for more than five years while I was a student at Winneconne High School and in nursing school at Marian University. Once I earned my…

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January 2020: Time for a Valley VNA Vocabulary Review

January 12, 2020 | Blog Post

By Theresa Pichelmeyer, President & CEO, Valley VNA Valley VNA Senior Care is an independent non-profit organization that was established by caring, activist Neenah citizens way back in 1908. As…

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Your Community Can Cure You

December 17, 2019 | Blog Post

The Positive Effects of Resolving Loneliness for Seniors Over the past decade there has been a 10 percent increase in people living alone, and 28 percent of older adults now…

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How Can Modern Media Make Grandma’s Holiday Happy?

November 27, 2019 | Blog Post

Design a Gift Experience that Crosses Generations   As people age, they tend to realize all the stuff they have. Stacked in the cupboards, stashed in the attic, or shoved in…

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