Acute Care Program
The program provides Case Management, Care Transitions Management, Skilled Nursing Services, Speech Therapy, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Nutritional Guidance, Medical Social Work, and Home Health Aides. Acute Care also includes the services of certified Wound Management Nurses.
✓ Telehealth Program
✓ Personal Emergency Response System
✓ Medication Dispenser
High Tech Program
Our Program provides a variety of intravenous, enteral and inhalation therapies which offer patients a welcome alternative to hospitalization or difficult travel to clinical facilities. The program brings high tech medical equipment and techniques such as intravenous antibiotic therapy and chemotherapy to the homes of patients with infectious diseases, cancer, intractable pain, digestive, hematological, or metabolic disorders.
Maternal Child Health Program (MCH) – Pediatric Home Care
Our MCH Program provides prenatal and postpartum care to mothers and infants. This program offers specialized healthcare to children up to 18 years of age to screen, educate, prevent and eliminate preventable diseases throughout the growth and development of the client. These services include: socio-economic screening, nutritional and physical activity education, occupational therapies and specialized nutritional counseling to prevent childhood obesity, SIDDS counseling, breastfeeding and bonding, immunization counseling and administration.
Early Intervention Program (EI)
The Early Intervention Program provides services to children from birth to three years old. Early Intervention Professionals specialize in child development and can evaluate a child’s physical, cognitive, communicative, social / emotional, and adaptive development. If a child is determined to be eligible for Early Intervention services, VNA of Staten Island will work with the Early Intervention Designated Officials, Interventionists, the Service Coordinator and the child’s parents or guardians to develop a plan of services based on eligibility. VNASI offers Speech Therapy, Special Instruction, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, and Family Counseling for children who are eligible for the Early Intervention program.