Danbury Home Health Care


Sarah Smith and Client Suzanne LenkerRVNA is a comprehensive home health care in Danbury.  RVNA is an agency celebrating 100 years of exceptional home health care, and servicing Danbury home health care needs.

Serving the Greater Danbury area for home health care in Danbury CT RVNA offers numerous services in home health care in Danbury CT. These services include home care nurses, physical therapists, occupational therapists, home health aides, homemakers, companions, live-ins, social work solutions, and an Aging in Place Program called  “Quality Living at Home” which was started in Ridgefield, CT.

In addition to home health care in Danbury CT,  RVNA also has a Travel Clinic and offers a wide range of vaccines including shingles, HPV, flu, pneumonia, and any vaccines needed for foreign travel.

Let RVNA be your vaccination center when you travel abroad and need travel information and vaccines. RVNA provides consultations for vaccinations needed to travel to certain parts of the world. It is recommended to make your appointment 4-6 weeks before traveling abroad.

Common vaccines needed are Hepatitis A & B, Yellow Fever and Malaria. These can be provided at the RVNA clinic located at 90 East Ridge Rd. in Ridgefield, CT. For more travel tips and information, please go to http:// www.ridgefieldvna.org/TravelWise.html.

RVNA not only does home health care in Danbury CT, it also has a Well Child Clinic in Ridgefield which services the Danbury and surrounding areas and provides vaccines to children and physicals at an affordable price and additional assistance is also available.

RVNA is a comprehensive home health care Danbury CT agency that provided from infant care to end of life palliative care.  We provide service seven days a week, 24 hours a day, and now, after the 1st of the year, RVNA’s physical therapy department will be available to service your rehabilitation needs seven days a week!

RVNA also provides the LifeLine Auto Alert with fall detection sensors. Seniors or those at risk of falling simply wear a waterproof pendant around their neck and can press the button of they are in need of help. If the person is unconscious after a fall, the pendant automatically sends out a signal to the LifeLine call center.

This service is provided for an affordable monthly fee with no long term contracts. The best perk is that RVNA will automatically follow up on any incidences were the Life Alert is used, in case there is a need for services.

Please contact RVNA for a free consultation on how we can serve you today! We accept most insurance and have private pay options. Please call 203-438-5555 or e-mail us at info@ridgefieldvna.org.

HomeCare Elite Top Agency 2013 Award



RVNA has received the HomeCare Elite Top Agency 2013 Award for Excellence two years in a row!

The HomeCare Elite Top Agency 2013 Award recognizes the top-performing home health agencies in the U.S.

The HomeCare Elite Top Agency 2013 Award identifies the top 25 percent of Medicare-certified agencies & highlights the top 100 and the top 500 agencies overall!

Pertussis (Whopping Cough)

Pertussis, commonly known as whooping cough, was considered an eradicated childhood illness until recently. It is now re-emerging as a serious, and potentially fatal, health risk to infants less than 12 months of age and older adults.

Whooping cough is a highly contagious bacterial disease usually spread by coughing. Common symptoms are severe coughing attacks that can last for months. Infants too young for the vaccination are at the greatest risk of developing pertussis, and tend to develop more severe complications. Complications can include pneumonia and neurological conditions including seizures. Over 48,000 cases were reported nationwide in 2012, including fifteen infant deaths. Current CDC guidelines urge ALL adults who have contact with infants under six months of age to receive a booster regardless of the time interval between one’s last regular tetanus-diphtheria vaccination.(Td)

Connecticut has implemented a cocoon program intended to create a protective cocoon of immunity around the infant. Studies show that infants are often infected by their parents or caregivers. Therefore vaccinating family members and caregivers against pertussis is an important way to protect infants. Caregivers are parents, siblings, grandparents, aunts, uncles and childcare providers. Make sure you have been vaccinated against pertussis. Pertussis is given as a combination injection with tetanus and diphtheria, called Tdap. The Cocoon program is provided through RVNA and provides a free Tdap vaccine for a $21 administration fee. Call 203.438.5555 ext. 1119 to schedule your Tdap vaccination.

CT Alz Danbury presentation


On November 20th, the CT chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association’s own Eleonora Tornatore-Mikesh, Executive Director, spoke at the Danbury Senior Center on Alzheimer’s Disease’ How it Affects Us All!

A great crowd turned out as she explained what the CT chapter does, what it offers and how they’re here to help you when afflicted by or know some one that is afflicted with Alzheimer’s Disease.

This presentation was sponsored by RVNA.

Danbury Senior Center's Storm Preparedness Presentation sponsored by RVNA

Danbury Senior Center’s Storm Preparedness Presentation sponsored by RVNA

RVNA hosted a presentation by Danbury’s own Fire Marshall, John Osborne and Danbury’s own Police Officer Jay Mortara all from the City of Danbury on September 11, 2012 on Storm Preparedness; Be Informed & Be Prepared!

CL&P’s Michael Haeflich, Director of Emergency Coordination also presented.

24 seniors had plenty of questions for them on how they handle calls, how they prioritize them and what their procedures are.

Thanks to Michelle McNamara, Danbury Senior Center’s Program Director for being such a gracious host!

Home Health Care Danbury

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RVNA’s HomeHealth Care Danbury services of expertise include the following services:

  • Seven day a week physical therapy
  • Pre-operative Home Safety Evaluation
  • CPM Machine Management
  • Home Health Navigator [visits you in the hospital]
  • Physical Therapy weekend visits
  • Lymphedema Certified Trained Therapists
  • Certified Kensiotape Trained Therapists
  • RVNA Member of Continuum of Care
  • Occupational Therapist-post-operative-ADL training
  • Vestibular Rehabilitation Program
  • Home Healthcare aides

RVNA’s Home Health Care Danbury patients can receive care on both a short-term and long-term basis.

Some patients require care for only a few days – those with home care needs after childbirth, surgery or injury. Many patients require longer term services because of chronic disease, terminal illness, or the need for ongoing help from aides.

RVNA’s Home Health Care Danbury services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

RVNA’s Home Health Care Danbury services includes::

  • Home Health Care
  • Registered Nurse Case Management
  • Primary Care Nursing
  • Specialty Nursing including transitional care from one setting to another, Chronic Disease Management Specialty Programs, Behavioral Health Nursing, Maternal/Child Health Nursing
  • Physical Therapy
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Speech Therapy
  • Senior Care
  • Medical Social Worker/Care Management
  • Wound Care
  • Respite Care
  • Palliative Care
  • Home Telemonitoring
  • Certified Nursing Assistants
  • Home Health Aides
  • Home makers
  • Live-In’s
  • Nutrition Counseling
  • I.V. Therapy

RVNA is Your VNA, Ask For Us By Name!

Call us at 203.438.5555 or e-mail info@ridgefieldvna.org