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Aveanna’s care brings hope to the patients and families that we serve. We are honored to be part of our patients’ success stories.

As the nation’s largest provider of pediatric home care, we are leaders in in-home nursing services. Aveanna’s services extend beyond nursing to include pediatric therapy, enteral nutrition, and ABA therapy.

 

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Our employees serve in many capacities across many care settings. These include caregiver positions, support staff roles in our office locations, corporate opportunities, leadership openings, and much more. If you are an RN, LPN, therapist, BCBA, or RBT in particular, our families and our patients need your help today. Most of all, we are looking for compassionate people who love making a real difference in the lives of others.

Thank you for your interest in Aveanna Healthcare, one of the largest providers of pediatric care in the nation. After you fill out your application, you will be contacted by an Aveanna Healthcare representative.

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Meet Zayden and his Aveanna COTA, Leann!

Zayden was born with a rare heart condition that has required several surgeries throughout his young life. Despite those challenges, Zayden is a happy boy who enjoy playing with his siblings and other family members. However, sometimes Zayden physical restrictions can make playing and interacting more difficult.

That’s where COTA Leann comes in! With Leann’s help, Zayden is gaining new skills every day. He is learning to sit on his own, assist with dressing himself, and engage in play activities. Zayden loves to participate in games and always gives Leann a big smile when he hears songs.

Zayden is learning skills that help him play, interact with others, and take care of himself more easily. We are honored to be part of Zayden’s journey and development!
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Meet Zayden and his Aveanna COTA, Leann! 

Zayden was born with a rare heart condition that has required several surgeries throughout his young life. Despite those challenges, Zayden is a happy boy who enjoy playing with his siblings and other family members. However, sometimes Zayden physical restrictions can make playing and interacting more difficult.

That’s where COTA Leann comes in! With Leann’s help, Zayden is gaining new skills every day. He is learning to sit on his own, assist with dressing himself, and engage in play activities. Zayden loves to participate in games and always gives Leann a big smile when he hears songs. 

Zayden is learning skills that help him play, interact with others, and take care of himself more easily. We are honored to be part of Zayden’s journey and development!

We are seeking Full-time and Part-time nurses now. Work based on your schedule and your needs; it’s work that works for you. Apply today to become a part of the largest home care provider as our newest Registered Nurse in #Hubbardston, MA bit.ly/2ZpIAkc #Nursing ... See MoreSee Less

We are seeking Full-time and Part-time nurses now. Work based on your schedule and your needs; it’s work that works for you. Apply today to become a part of the largest home care provider as our newest Registered Nurse in #Hubbardston, MA http://bit.ly/2ZpIAkc #Nursing

Daniel faced many challenges from the moment he took his first breath. Born weighing just four pounds and twelve ounces, he stayed in the NICU for about one month due to complications from spina bifida. Daniel fought through various difficulties and eventually began to thrive.

Now, Daniel is a happy boy, learning and gaining new skills every day. Raquel, Daniel’s Aveanna COTA (Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant), has been working with him to improve his strength, endurance, and motor coordination. Thanks to his fighting spirit and his Occupational Therapy, Daniel can now sit independently, remove his socks, and play with toys.

In less two years, Daniel has already come a long way in his progress. He is meeting new milestones and amazing us all every day. Keep up the great work, Daniel. And thank you, Raquel, for supporting him every step of the way.
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Daniel faced many challenges from the moment he took his first breath. Born weighing just four pounds and twelve ounces, he stayed in the NICU for about one month due to complications from spina bifida. Daniel fought through various difficulties and eventually began to thrive. 

Now, Daniel is a happy boy, learning and gaining new skills every day. Raquel, Daniel’s Aveanna COTA (Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant), has been working with him to improve his strength, endurance, and motor coordination. Thanks to his fighting spirit and his Occupational Therapy, Daniel can now sit independently, remove his socks, and play with toys. 

In less two years, Daniel has already come a long way in his progress. He is meeting new milestones and amazing us all every day. Keep up the great work, Daniel. And thank you, Raquel, for supporting him every step of the way.

 

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God Bless you precious Daniel ❤️❤️🙏🏾😘😘

Daniel is full of happiness, character and love. He is also very smart and learning so much. He has come along way with the help of a very supportive family, Aveanna nursing and therapy staff. ❤❤❤❤

That's great.praise God

Praying for all ! God bless you

God bless u lil one

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Last Friday, we learned why behavior happens. Today, BCBA Adriana Neumann shares some thoughts on how that knowledge can help parents of children with autism reduce problematic behaviors.

Read more on the Aveanna blog: www.aveanna.com/2019/04/19/strategies-to-reduce-problem-behaviors/
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Last Friday, we learned why behavior happens. Today, BCBA Adriana Neumann shares some thoughts on how that knowledge can help parents of children with autism reduce problematic behaviors. 

Read more on the Aveanna blog: https://www.aveanna.com/2019/04/19/strategies-to-reduce-problem-behaviors/

 

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My future daughter-in-law. So smart and talented!

2 days ago

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Austin spent his 16th birthday in a coma.

In April 2018, Austin was a pedestrian in a motor vehicle accident. After a drunk driver hit him, Austin had bilateral leg amputations. He required a lengthy hospital stay with numerous surgeries but was able to come home in August of last year. He began receiving OT with Aveanna Healthcare that September.

When Austin first began OT, he was unable to transfer to a shower bench to bathe himself, could only sit up for about 15 minutes at a time, and required assistance to dress. In OT, Austin has been working with his COTA, Jennifer, to increase his upper body strength and activity tolerance as well as his core strength and trunk control. These skills are vital to Austin to be able to be independent in everyday life.

Due to his hard work in OT, Austin now can independently transfer with a sliding board, bathe himself with little assistance, and independently dress. He can now sit unsupported on a bench for ten minutes and has learned to use a reacher to be more independent with retrieving items when he drops them or they fall off his bed.

Austin was recently able to obtain a new personalized wheelchair. This wheelchair allows him to sit comfortably during the day and participate in activities with his family. Austin’s new personalized wheelchair allows him to be independent in his home and community.

Austin has made incredible strides since he began OT less than a year ago. He works hard every day and improves every day, little by little. With his Occupational Therapy team by his side, Austin continues to push forward toward greater independence.
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Austin spent his 16th birthday in a coma. 

In April 2018, Austin was a pedestrian in a motor vehicle accident. After a drunk driver hit him, Austin had bilateral leg amputations. He required a lengthy hospital stay with numerous surgeries but was able to come home in August of last year. He began receiving OT with Aveanna Healthcare that September. 

When Austin first began OT, he was unable to transfer to a shower bench to bathe himself, could only sit up for about 15 minutes at a time, and required assistance to dress. In OT, Austin has been working with his COTA, Jennifer, to increase his upper body strength and activity tolerance as well as his core strength and trunk control. These skills are vital to Austin to be able to be independent in everyday life. 

Due to his hard work in OT, Austin now can independently transfer with a sliding board, bathe himself with little assistance, and independently dress. He can now sit unsupported on a bench for ten minutes and has learned to use a reacher to be more independent with retrieving items when he drops them or they fall off his bed. 

Austin was recently able to obtain a new personalized wheelchair. This wheelchair allows him to sit comfortably during the day and participate in activities with his family. Austin’s new personalized wheelchair allows him to be independent in his home and community.

Austin has made incredible strides since he began OT less than a year ago. He works hard every day and improves every day, little by little. With his Occupational Therapy team by his side, Austin continues to push forward toward greater independence.

 

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Austin is my baby and he is the strongest person i know. I couldn't imagine our lives without him. He has worked very hard to get where he is considering where he was a year ago. Thank you so much for all the hard work he an jen have a great bond he loves that girl.

Praise the Lord! Austin must be a fighter. God bless him and his therapist.

Weston, check out this outdoorsman’s story.

Way to go Austin! Keep up the fight. You got this!

Wow, such an inspiration Austin!

Wow you made me cry. I'm so glad Austin is doing so good and I hope he continues to progress. God had plans for him and he's still working with him Have a good Easter and Be safe

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