Getting care for family or patients starts with a phone call. We deliver state of the art care with all the comforts and security of home to people of all ages who live in Franklin County, Vermont’s 15 cities and towns. For more information about our services, please call us, (802) 527-7531.
Our fax number is (802) 527-7533.
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Our home care team begins with our clients. It is made of many people working together to provide the best care. Our staff works closely with clients and physicians to develop a home-based plan of care that takes into consideration the person’s mental, physical and emotional status. We care for people of all ages, from infants and families through people at the end of their lives.
Franklin County Home Health Agency is a member of the VNAs of Vermont, your non-profit home health and hospice agencies.
Our Nurses work with doctors to develop the plan of care. They assess the client’s condition. They monitor medications and administer treatments. They teach clients how to take care of themselves.
Our Physical Therapists help people become stronger, more flexible. As a result, they are better able to move through treatment and exercise programs.
Our Occupational Therapists help people increase their ability to perform daily living skills. These include dressing, cooking, eating, and to take part in leisure and play activities.
Our Speech Language Pathologists treat language, speech, hearing and swallowing disorders. They help people with communication skills.
Our pediatric rehab team specializes in providing a full range of rehab therapy services to children.
Our Licensed Nursing Assistants help with bathing, dressing, changing simple dressings, and exercises. They are supervised by Registered Nurses and Therapists.
Our Care Attendants assist with personal care, light housekeeping, shopping, errands, laundry, meal preparation, and companionship.
Our Medical Social Workers help physicians and other team members to understand social and emotional factors related to our clients’ health conditions. They help to cope with the stress of illness and help to obtain community services and resources.