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Home for the Holidays: Saylor

Our patient Saylor is a precious little girl with lots of personality. She loves to play and laugh – especially with her very special nurse, Vadim. Saylor and Vadim are the best of friends and love doing anything and everything […]

Katelyn & Nurse Lauren

This is Katelyn and her Aveanna nurse Lauren. Katelyn was born with Pierre-Robin syndrome. She has faced many other diagnoses resulting from this condition. But she’s faced them all with her unstoppable spirit and a smile. Lauren joined the Aveanna […]

Jeremiah Takes His First Steps

By Kim, Jeremiah’s mom My son Jeremiah has grown not only physically but emotionally as well with physical therapy. When Jeremiah was born, we already knew he would have a harder time with simple things such as eating, talking, and […]

Caring for Isamia

Today we would like to introduce Home Health Aide Marcia and her Aveanna patient Isamia. Marcia is an incredible caregiver with amazing compassion and care. We asked Marcia to share with us what it’s like to be the caregiver for […]

A Life-Changing Aide

In celebration of Home Care Aide Week, we would like to share a little bit about our patient Hudson and his Aveanna aide, Danni. When his previous caregiver could no longer work with him, Hudson was devastated. For Hudson, who […]

Continuing to Serve as a Veteran

As Veterans Day approaches, we would like to share a little bit about Aveanna team member and United States Navy veteran Robert Bowman. When Rob joined the Navy in 1995, he found a sense of camaraderie and purpose that he […]

Tips for Adaptive Trick-or-Treating

By Hallie Ager, PT It’s that time of year again – time for the ghosts and goblins to fill the streets and for loads of candy to be handed out! While this is an exciting time for children, it can […]

Great Toys for Increasing Mobility

By Katherine Shepard, PT There are so many benefits to getting children up and moving. It builds strength, promotes social interaction, allows them to explore and learn about their environment, and so much more! Children with movement disorders or disabilities […]

Spooky Sensory Halloween Activities

By Hays Nichols, PTA, and Chelsea Bise, PTA With Halloween lurking around the corner, here are some fun ideas for parties, therapy sessions, and functional décor! Not all children can participate in all activities, so this list encompasses fun for […]

Finding Adaptive and Inclusive Halloween Costumes

By Maggie Strange, PT, and Tiffany Keenum, SPT One of the best parts of Halloween is undoubtedly the costumes! Parents love to see their children experience the excitement of dressing up and participating in trick-or-treating or other Halloween activities with […]