Spring is finally in the air and that means the Ridgefield Visiting Nurse Association (RVNA) will hold its fourth annual Southbury Spring Breakfast on Friday, June 1 from 7:30-9:00 am at the Heritage Hotel in Southbury.
For more than 100 years, RVNA has provided support to Connecticut communities by offering skilled home nursing, rehabilitative therapies, vaccination and flu clinics, educational programs and more. RVNA serves over 25 communities in Connecticut and supports a growing number of patients in Southbury and surrounding areas. In recent past, RVNA has offered local flu clinics and a caregiving workshop at the Southbury Senior Center, as well as nutrition education classes and a joint health orthopedic program.
The Southbury Spring Breakfast brings together RVNA friends, community leaders and business owners who support the very best home and community health care services. The event will include an inspirational guest speaker, enticing raffle items, and a delicious breakfast — the perfect way to kick off a spring Friday.
Founded in 1914, RVNA is an accredited non-profit Medicare-certified home healthcare agency that also supports public health and safety, and promotes the highest quality of life. RVNA provides compassionate care to all individuals, whether young or old, through a continuum of care that encompasses health care at home and in the community. RVNA also provides home health aides and companionship through a non-medical subsidiary called HomeCare by RVNA, and provides out-patient physical therapy and other rehabilitation therapies through Rehab by RVNA.
To Contact RVNA
Call RVNA at 203-438-5555. Visit RVNA at www.ridgefieldvna.org.