In The Media
Early Intervention Manager Shares about Infant Development
11/1/2018 Diane Ringler, Early Intervention Manager, recently shared her experiences with infant development as part of WTAJ's positive parenting series. This story focused on babies' ability to predict behavior of others through their social interactions early in life.
HNA 50th Anniversary Recognized in Altoona Mirror
7/2/2018 Altoona Mirror staff writer Walt Frank featured Home Nursing Agency's 50th anniversary in a recent story.
Grief Specialist Authors Children's Book, Publicized Locally
4/19/2018 Accidental overdoses continue to rise across our country, leaving families at a loss as to how to assist the children who are grieving. When Melody Ray, Volunteer Coordinator/Grief Specialist for Home Nursing Agency and Family Hospice and Palliative Care, sought resources to help local children and families cope with losing a loved one to an overdose, she came up short.
Bedford Gazette Highlights Program to Support the Health of Local Seniors
6/27/2017 Bedford Gazette shared a story about the cooperative effort to improve the physical and mental health of seniors in Bedford County. Rod Burket, HNA Home Health Psych Case Manager has played a significant role in the initiative and is quoted about the effectiveness of the program.
Central PA Live Showcases Family Hospice Support for Caregivers
6/16/2017 Family Hospice Social Worker Shannon Chille and Bereavement Coordinator Jennifer Cox recently joined Central PA Live host Dawn Pellas to share how hospice care supports the families and caregivers - not just patients - throughout the hospice journey and beyond. Click here to view the segment.
AIDS Intervention Project Observes World AIDS Day on Central PA Live
12/4/2017 In observation of World AIDS Day on December 1st, Jerry Rice, AIDS Intervention Project Manager, and Donna Gority, AIDS Intervention Project Advisory Committee member, were featured guests on Central PA Live. Jerry and Donna shared about how the program began and encouraged viewers to be tested for HIV/AIDS, as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control. Click here to view the segment.