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VNA Extended Home Care
Visiting Nurse Association of Indiana County
Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
The mission of VNA Extended Care is to provide high quality customer focused services in a variety of settings utilizing private pay and other available funding sources as appropriate.
History of Organization
VNA Extended Home Care, a not-for-profit agency, is established as a subsidiary of the VNA of Indiana County. In 2015, VNA Extended Care will mark it's 20th year of service to the community.
Accreditations and Licenses
VNA Extended Home Care holds a certificate of Licensure through the PA Dept. of Health.
Indiana County Health Care Careers Consortium; VNA's of Pennsylvania; Pennsylvania HomeCare Association
Private Pay, Some long term care insurance plans.
800.654.5984 - Toll-free
724.463.1744 - FAX
Indiana County and surrounding areas.
VNA Extended Home Care, an affiliate of the Visiting Nurse Association of Indiana County, provides a broad range of in-home care and services for clients of any age throughout Indiana County. The emphasis is on personal care assistance and home management in order for individuals in need of assistance-especially the elderly and disabled-to maintain an independent lifestyle. Private duty nursing is also available.
Personal Care Assistance - provided by certified nursing assistants. May include help with bathing, grooming, feeding, dressing and other activities of daily living
Companion - provides companionship and performs tasks which maintain client safety; may provide standby assistance with personal hygiene activities
Homemaker/Housekeeper - includes light housekeeping tasks such as laundry, vacuuming, meal preparation and other services as needed by the client such as grocery shopping, meal planning and errands
In-Home Respite Care - enables the caregiver to leave the home for brief periods of time without leaving the ill or disabled family member unattended
Infant/New Mother Care - provides personal care services to newborns and new mothers; housekeeping services are also available
Care Management - skills services are provided by a registered nurse; services include a physical/functional assessment and home and safety evaluation with care planning and community referrals as necessary
Geriatric Care Management- aimed at helping people maintain an independent lifestyle at home. The system was created to help patients manage their ongoing care.The program identifies and refers clients to services such as long-term health care as well as residential, financial, emotional and social services.
Mom and Baby Club- Help with basic baby care, meal planning, cleaning, laundry, breast-feeding, shopping and errands are some of the services offered. Services are not typically covered by insurance. Mothers may be self-referred, or services may be purchased as a gift, such as for a baby shower.
Nuring Care provided by an RN or LPN. Service is available 24 hours as needed.
Intake: 7:00 am - 3:30 pm / Monday through Friday Program: 24 Hours per day, 7 days per week Administration: 7:00 am - 3:30 pm / Monday through Friday
Fees/Cost for Services
Varies depending on the skill level of the service
Must be in need of assistance to maintain independent lifestyle.
How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Languages Spoken or Available
Interpretation services available