May is Better Speech & Hearing Month

Our Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) are trained and certified to provide in-home care, education, and support for individuals of all ages who are living with communication and swallowing disorders. All services are provided in the comfort and privacy of home. Meet Our Speech-Language Pathologists Maggie Weiss (above, left) Maggie, who has...

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Hospice Program Receives Highest Marks from State of Vermont

CVHHH is proud to report that our hospice program recently passed a survey conducted by the State of Vermont Division of Licensing & Protection (DLP) with the highest marks. According to DLP, CVHHH’s hospice program was found to be in “strong compliance” with state and federal hospice regulations, passing the...

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CVHHH Welcomes New Board Members at Annual Meeting

CVHHH welcomed four central Vermonters to its board of directors at the 2019 Annual Meeting. These individuals will serve two-year terms. Alan Rubel Alan is the owner of Visions of Success, a printing and promotional-products company. Alan sits on the board of directors of the Vermont Sports Hall of Fame...

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CVHHH Thanks its Nurses

In honor of National Nurses Week, CVHHH would like to acknowledge and celebrate our nursing staff. This includes the more than 75 registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, and nurse practitioners who work in and out of our office. In partnership with their colleagues, and as part of an interdisciplinary team,...

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Healing Rhythms Group Offers Alternative to Traditional Grief Support

Diana Moore, Bereavement Coordinator, in partnership with Pat Lambdin, local music therapist, is offering Healing Rhythms drumming group, to help central Vermonters who are grieving. This is the second year that Diana and Pat will offer this support group, which is open to the public. “Healing Rhythms is an experiential...

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Celebrating Our Amazing Volunteers

Every year, CVHHH relies on the support of about 125 volunteers. Some people help out in our Berlin office with administrative tasks or by making patient survey phone calls. Others prefer to get involved in fundraising and events. About 30 of these volunteers choose to go through an extensive training...

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Better Breathers Support Groups | 2019 Schedule

We have partnered with UVMHN-Central Vermont Medical Center and the American Lung Association in Vermont to bring the Better Breathers support group to central Vermont. These free monthly meet-ups offer education and support to help people living with lung disease cope with their condition and feel better. Each meeting focuses...

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How to Eat to Improve Your Health

With the change of seasons just weeks away, we decided to do some early spring cleaning of our eating routines. We don’t mean dieting. We mean taking stock of what we eat and why we eat to optimize health, wellness, and energy. For guidance, we turned to Kate Bean, a...

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The Importance of Town Funding

Our President & CEO Sandy Rousse submitted this editorial to our local papers to help more central Vermonters understand the importance of Town Funding. Tuesday, March 5 is Town Meeting Day. Please support CVHHH’s request for town funds.  My name is Sandy Rousse, and I am the President and CEO...

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