Are you looking for the latest information about respiratory diseases and an opportunity to speak with medical professionals regarding the Corona virus known as COVID-19? Granby Public Library hosts Nancy Scheetz, APRN, Executive Director, Farmington Valley Visiting Nurse Association, for a timely presentation that includes ample opportunity for questions and answers. Additional nursing staff from the community health organization will also be available at the talk.
Register ONLINE or call 860.844.5275.
UPDATE MARCH 13, 3:00 PM: This program is canceled and may be rescheduled at a later time.
IMPORTANT: Governor Lamont declared a state of emergency Tuesday, March 10, and this may impact certain programs and activities offered by the Library. Attendees who register in advance for programs will receive an email alert regarding program changes. Program updates are also posted on the Library's website and Facebook page.
About Farmington Valley Visiting Nurse Association:
The Mission of The Farmington Valley VNA, Inc. is to offer Community-Based Wellness Programs with a primary focus on healthy living and wellness within its service area, and to provide and facilitate Home Care and Hospice services for the post-acute care patient.
Since 1908, the Farmington Valley VNA has provided in-home health care services and community-based wellness programs to local residents, regardless of insurance limitations or ability to pay. Farmington Valley is a free-standing, non-profit agency, and is not affiliated with any large health care organization and operates without corporate ownership or hospital oversight. They have maintained a “HomeCare Elite” designation among the top agencies in the nation since 2012.
Nancy Scheetz, APRN, Executive Director, FVVNA
Jean Pickens, Nurse, Community Health Programs, FVVNA
Marilyn Hawley, Nurse, Community Health Programs, FVVNA