We are happy to announce that Laura French, Physical Therapist has joined the SVNA Care Team! 
Physical Therapy Team:
left to right: Laura French, PT, Joyce Kost, PT & Erika Sternlof, PTA

Click here for more information about Laura .
SVNA Home Assistance

Caregiver of the Month
is
Jackie Schultz !

Jackie has been with the agency for a year and is a very hard worker. She also works full-time in the Southern Berkshire School District, and is a mother of four! Jackie has an infectious positive attitude, and will always try to make herself available to her clients. Her clients describe her as proactive and reliable.


Congratulations, Jackie
We appreciate you!

SVNA Home Assistance services will tailor to your unique care-giving needs and together they will develop
a custom plan for your loved one.
"Jen has a wonderful spirit and can always put a smile on my husband's face.
Every time she makes great efforts to give him the best care."
We are looking for an
on-call RN to join our team

5 nights a week, but we are flexible if the right person comes along.

This would be ideal for a
stay-at-home mom.

"I have never worked with such a nice group of people – I am very blessed to be here!"
February is
American Heart Month
A reminder to take care of your heart and consider your risk factors. 

Heart disease and conditions leading up to it can happen at any age. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), high rates of obesity and hypertension are affecting our population at a younger age (ages 35-64), putting them at risk for heart disease. Read more
Exercise For a Healthier Heart: It’s Never Too Late
Most people today are aware of the heart health benefits of physical activity. Walk by a gym window or any urban trail, and you’ll note that young people today are likely to make regular exercise part of their daily routine. But what about their parents and grandparents? If you’ve pretty much been a couch potato for most of your life, and you’ve just celebrated your 65th birthday … or 75th, or 85th, or beyond … is it too late for exercise to benefit your heart?