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Celebrating Nurse Julianna
Published May 22, 2020
By Jessica, Chloe's Mom Before we had in-home nursing care, I thought we were doing fine. I was Mom, after all, and who better to care for my child than me? I could not have been more wrong. When I first met Nurse Julie it was about three weeks afte…
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How Teletherapy Touches Lives: Miranda and SLP Marvey
Published May 15, 2020
My name is Marvey, and I’m a speech-language pathologist. I have the pleasure to work with Miranda, a soon-to-be nine-year-old with the biggest heart of gold. Miranda is a spunky little girl who loves to play and dance and, most of all, loves social…
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Seeing Through His Eyes: The Beauty of Medically Fragile Motherhood
Published May 10, 2020
For Maria, motherhood hasn’t always been easy. But it is always beautiful. Her older son, Darian, was born premature and lives with cerebral palsy. Maria had to go home from the hospital without Darian soon after he was born. She then watched for mo…
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Bringing William Home
Published May 1, 2020
Today, we would like to introduce one of the newest additions to our Aveanna family - William! William was born prematurely last September at 26 weeks, weighing just over a pound. He is a true warrior. Despite the many complications he endured while…
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Finding Lukas's Heart
Published April 24, 2020
At ten months old, Lukas was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL). After a short period of time in remission, he required a second round of chemotherapy treatments. This second round stopped the advancement of his ALL but damaged his lu…
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