Author: Emily McKenna

Why you should get a flu shot this year

Central Vermont Home Health & Hospice is hosting ten public flu clinics – starting Monday, September 26th from 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm at the Waterbury Senior Center – at convenient locations in and around central Vermont. Our Long-Term Care Registered Nurse and Public Clinic Coordinator Ashley Lafirira, RN, oversees public flu clinics at CVHHH […]

Two Central Vermonters Join CVHHH Board of Directors

Barre, VT – Central Vermont Home Health & Hospice (CVHHH) welcomed two Central Vermonters to its Board of Directors at the 2022 Annual Meeting in April. For a list of CVHHH’s current Board of Directors, visit Connie Colman, RN, BSN, Med Connie’s background involves quality analysis and improvement aimed at enhancing health care outcomes. […]

Family Center of Washington County is a close partner of CVHHH’s Maternal-Child Health team of registered nurses and lactation consultants, who collaborate with Family Center staff regularly to ensure that new and expectant mothers, children, and families in Central Vermont have the supports they need to thrive. We are proud to recognize the Family Center […]

Give to CVHHH’s Spring Appeal

Appeal chair Jeff Gould wants to ensure all Central Vermonters can access quality end-of-life care at home. Here is a copy of the letter Spring Appeal chairs Jeff Gould, of Barre, and his sister, Elizabeth Gould Morris, wrote to Central Vermonters on behalf of the care received for their mother, Barbara Gould. We are truly […]

Speech-Language Pathology Services at Home

Speech & Language Pathologists (SLPs) work with people across the lifespan on communication and swallowing issues. CVHHH employs two SLPs who provide this support to Central Vermonters in our service area. You can contact us any time to ask questions about the services we offer or to inquire about how to start care. Who do […]

National Healthcare Decisions Day is April 16, 2022

CVHHH offers guidance to help Central Vermonters with advance care planning Howard Hoffman, MSW, (pictured) is a licensed clinical social worker at Central Vermont Home Health & Hospice (CVHHH) who helps his clients, like Waitsfield resident Robert Brightbill (pictured) connect with resources to ensure that they have the necessary supports to achieve the best-possible quality […]

Why We Fundraise

This commentary was written by our CEO Sandy Rousse and appeared in the Saturday, March 26, 2022 issue of the Times-Argus. For questions, or to learn more about why we fundraise and request annual funding from our local communities, email We will follow up with you. People are sometimes surprised to hear that fundraising […]

Listen to our recent conversation with WDEV’s Ric Cengeri about CVHHH’s Being There exhibit. Nicole Dupont, CVHHH’s Hospice Volunteer Coordinator (below, right), and Emily McKenna, CVHHH’s Chief Marketing & Communications Officer (below, left), had the opportunity to talk with Ric about the origins of the exhibit and the installation that includes three new portraits (including […]

Being There, a collection of portraits and stories of hospice caregivers in Central Vermont by documentary filmmaker and photographer Corey Hendrickson in partnership with CVHHH is on display in the Vermont State House Cafeteria through March. See the Portraits The Vermont State House cafeteria is open to the public Monday and Friday 7:00 am to […]

2022 Chez Henri Cup Event Results

The 34th Annual Chez Henri Cup Timed Racing, Raffle & Fundraiser was a success! On Saturday, March 5th, 54 skiers from across the region gathered at Lincoln Peak at Sugarbush Resort in the Mad River Valley to ski under sunny blue skies. Visit CVHHH’s Facebook page for photos from this year’s event. Thanks to the […]

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