Hospice Expansion

At BVNA, we believe that every patient deserves the opportunity to live their life to the fullest, even as they face a life-limiting illness or injury. 

 

We believe their families deserve the support they need as they manage the challenges of caring for their loved one and coping with their eventual loss.

 

For 114 years, we have held these beliefs and have given our patients and families the very best in care and support…up to a point. When it came time for us to help our patients die with dignity, at home, surrounded by loved ones, BVNA had to connect patients and families to other organizations for hospice care, the gold standard for end-of-life care. This was difficult for patients, their families and the BVNA staff who cared for them.

 

Now, with providing the most compassionate, personalized care as our focus, BVNA is pleased to announce that the agency is fulfilling our commitment to be “more than you’d expect from home care,” and is developing our very own hospice program. To see our Campaign for Hospice page, click here.

 

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29th Annual Golf Tournament

Brockton Visiting Nurse Association’s Annual Golf Tournament Raises Over $85,000 for Specialty Care BVNA held its 29th annual golf tournament on Monday, September 17th at Thorny Lea Golf Club in Brockton. The tournament netted over $85,000 that will be used to support specialty programs offered by BVNA, a non-profit provider of home healthcare services. Some of the specialty programs that the tournament supports include a Diabetes Education program, Palliative Care program and Wound Care program. This year, the agency honored William J. (Bill) Adams, Sr., President of ACS Services and Principal of WJA Properties, both of South Easton, for his dedication to helping BVNA through his involvement as a valued provider of technology services and as a generous volunteer. His efforts have helped to make the golf tournament a success for many years. As healthcare continues to become more complex and less personal, BVNA strives to bring services to the 30+ communities it serves to make care more personal, more sophisticated and, most importantly, delivered to patients in the setting where they are most comfortable…their own homes. Planning has begun for the 30th Annual Tournament, which is scheduled for Monday, September 16, 2019 at Thorny Lea Golf Club. Click here for photos from the tournament and click here to see a copy of the event program book.

26th Annual Caring for Kids Golf Tournament

Thank you to all of our sponsors, golfers, volunteers and everyone who participated in our 26th Annual Caring for Kids golf tournament! Congratulations to all of our raffle and silent auction winners as well. Your participation and support is greatly appreciated! Please click HERE to see a list of our sponsors and those who donated goods and services. Stay tuned for updates regarding our event…

BVNA “In The News”

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BVNA Board Member, Scott Sanborn is promoted to Executive Vice President at HarborOne Bank

Helpful Documents to Download and Print

Knowing when home care can help and who may be appropriate for care at home is not as complicated as it may seem. Click here for our user-friendly checklist to help determine if you, a loved one or a patient may be a potential fit for care at home.

Choosing the right home care agency can make all the difference. Click here for a downloadable copy of our agency brochure to learn why BVNA is more than you’d expect from home care.

Home Care Team

The Brockton Visiting Nurse Association has been serving Southeastern Massachusetts for over one hundred years. Since 1904, it has been our goal to make life a little easier for our patients. Today, home care is one of the preferred methods for patients who are in need of constant care. Read more

Home Care Rehabilitation

Our physical therapists assess and provide patients with treatments that work to restore and develop skills that will help patients be more mobile and safe in their own homes. The emphasis of our physical therapy staff is to improve mobility and strength, reduce pain, and increase independence. Read more