Resources

Reviewing Resources for Senior Care

Our partnership with you includes community education and connecting you with necessary resources. Below are just a few resources you may find helpful. Please contact us with any questions--we would love to assist you.

National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys

A non-profit association which assists lawyers, bar organizations and others who work with older clients and their families. http://www.naela.org/

Alzheimer's Association

A national network of chapters, the Alzheimer's Association is the largest national voluntary health organization committed to finding a cure for Alzheimer's and helping those affected by the disease.> http://www.alz.org/

Hospice Association of America

This is a national organization representing more than 2,800 hospices and thousands of caregivers and volunteers who serve terminally ill patients and their families. Recently ranked the most effective health care trade organization on Capitol Hill by Congressional offices, HAA is the largest lobbying group for hospice, advocating the industry's interests before Congress, the regulatory agencies, other national organizations, the courts, the media, and the public. http://www.hospice-america.org/

National Association of Professional Geriatric Care Managers

A National network for Geriatric Care Managers, the National Association of Professional Geriatric Care Managers (GCM) was established in 1986 and continues to grow as the demand for services for the elderly increases. http://www.caremanager.org/

Family Caregiver Alliance

A public voice for caregivers, it is the first community-based nonprofit organization in the country to address the needs of families and friends providing long-term care at home. http://www.caregiver.org/

Aging with Dignity

Aging with Dignity provides you with the practical information, advice and legal tools you need to ensure your wishes and those of your loved ones will be respected. By helping you improve your own quality of care, we can bring about dramatic change, one person at a time. http://www.agingwithdignity.org/

Rappahannock Area Agency on Aging

RAAA serves the needs and acts on behalf of persons aged sixty and older in the City of Fredericksburg and the surrounding counties of King George, Caroline, Spotsylvania and Stafford. http://www.raaa16.org/

SeniorNavigator

Your One-Stop Source for Information and Access to Community Programs and Services: Empowering Seniors and Caregivers to Navigate. http://www.seniornavigator.org/vn/IndexSN.aspx

Preparing for an Emergency

Ready.gov has made it simple for you to make a family emergency plan. http://www.ready.gov/

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Testimonials

"I definitely would recommend Virginia Home Care Partners. We have not been disappointed in any way. We appreciate being able to leave our home for a night out and not have to worry about our loved one."

G.S.

2014-08-26T14:05:43+00:00

G.S.

I definitely would recommend Virginia Home Care Partners. We have not been disappointed in any way.

"VHCP has been exactly what our family needed and I would recommend them without reservation."

M.L.

2014-08-26T14:05:02+00:00

M.L.

"VHCP has been exactly what our family needed and I would recommend them without reservation."

"Topnotch! I would recommend you at any time."

J.H.

2014-08-26T14:04:28+00:00

J.H.

"Topnotch! I would recommend you at any time."

What do you appreciate most about your assigned care partner?


"flexibility, pleasant, professional!"

B.J.

2014-08-26T14:03:08+00:00

B.J.

What do you appreciate most about your assigned care partner? "flexibility, pleasant, professional!"

"Thank you so much for the fabulous service!"

D.L.

2014-08-26T14:00:31+00:00

D.L.

"Thank you so much for the fabulous service!"

"Karen and Kristin have both been delightful providers. I appreciate their company, their patience, and the confidence I have in their services."

J.H.

2004-08-31T20:37:38+00:00

J.H.

"Karen and Kristin have both been delightful providers. I appreciate their company, their patience, and the confidence I have in their services."

What do you appreciate most about your assigned care partner?


  "Intelligent & understanding needs before you say it!

K.M.

2014-08-26T14:01:12+00:00

K.M.

What do you appreciate most about your assigned care partner? "Intelligent & understanding needs before you say it! Virginia Home Care Partners

What do you appreciate most about your Care Partners?



"Her pleasant and quiet demeanor and her punctuality"

 E.M.

2002-12-04T14:28:26+00:00

 E.M.

What do you appreciate most about your Care Partners? "Her pleasant and quiet demeanor and her punctuality"

"Their commitment in meeting the needs of their clients. I would definitely recommend them to neighbors requiring such services."

E.M.

2001-12-04T14:29:11+00:00

E.M.

"Their commitment in meeting the needs of their clients. I would definitely recommend them to neighbors requiring such services."

What do you appreciate most about our partnership with you?



"Personalized, hands-on, team-oriented coordination and cooperation between VHCP management, caregiver, client, and family member. Dependability. Effort to help on short notice."

R.F.

2000-12-04T14:29:43+00:00

R.F.

What do you appreciate most about our partnership with you? "Personalized, hands-on, team-oriented coordination and cooperation between VHCP management, caregiver, client, and family member. Dependability. Effort to help on short notice."

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