Join Us For An Evening At The Drive-in!
Thursday, March 4 | Gates Open at 5:45 PM
West Wind Drive-In, 907 S Kellogg Ave, Goleta, CA 93117
Registration for tonight’s event is closed-if you have any questions please contact the VNA Health Foundation office at 805-690-6260. We look forward to seeing you tonight at the drive-in!
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VNA Health and Emmy Award-winning Actress Jane Seymour invite you to the 8th annual PHorum: Perspectives in Health Care. Jane Seymour will present the documentary, I’ll Be Me, a touching film about Glen Campbell — Oscar® Nominee, GRAMMY® Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient, and Country Music Hall of Fame member — and his personal journey with Alzheimer’s Disease as he embarked on his nationwide “Goodbye Tour”.
The unfortunate reality is that people with Alzheimer’s and other kinds of dementia have become the largest group of patients we care for at VNA Health. – Dr. Michael Bordofsky
Enjoy the event in your car, from a safe distance, for a meaningful and inspirational evening. Following the movie will be a never before seen conversation with:
2.5 CE HOURS AVAILABLE*
* Provider, Visiting Nurse & Hospice Care
Santa Barbara DBA VNA Health, approved by
the California Board of Registered Nurses,
Provider #CEP5310 for 2.5 contact hours.
UNTIL THERE IS A CURE,
WE WILL PROVIDE CARE
Get Your To-Go Dinners
The Natural Cafe in Goleta will be donating 25% of phone and in-person sales to VNA Health the day of the event. Check out their menu and be sure to order ahead of time by calling 805.685.2039.
6990 Market Place Drive, Goleta CA 93117
Online Menu at thenaturalcafe.com/menu
Kim Campbell’s book is out now, Gentle on my Mind
Dr. Kosik’s book is out now, Outsmarting Alzheimer’s
Give Well, Live Well
The goal of the Give Well, Live Well 2021 Campaign is to bring awareness, education, information and financial resources to help VNA Health better care for our community.
For more than 112 years, VNA Health has cared for Santa Barbara County and surrounding communities with comprehensive in-home health and hospice services. Our Give Well, Live Well 2021 Campaign will help us continue our charitable services and community care programs that include the Loan Closet, Serenity House Charity Care, Telehealth Care, Palliative Care, Music Therapy, and Pet Therapy which are solely funded by community financial support. Together, these services and programs help our community live well. Together, we can all live well.
Click on the link below to learn more about the importance of supporting this type of care, and how you can help cover the costs for each of these vital programs in our community.
In the spirit of being respectfully cautious amid the spread of COVID-19 we transformed our 7th Annual PHorum (originally scheduled to be on March 12 at the Lobero Theatre) from a physical gathering to a virtual gathering that can be shared. Thank you for joining us virtually at our 7th Annual PHorum. Dr. Chris Kerr will share his newest research on end-of-life experiences, and then Dr. Michael Kearney will discuss with Dr. Kerr how these phenomenal experiences impact the bereaved, the loved ones who remain.
The talk will review the models design, financial sustainability and its relationship to Hospice in terms of both mission and margin. It will also include a discussion of two studies conducted at Hospice Buffalo: 1) Cost Savings and Enhanced Hospice Enrollment with a Home-Based Palliative Care Program Implemented as a Hospice-Private Payer Partnership, and 2) the Clinical Impact of a Home-Based Palliative Care Program: A Hospice-Private Payer Partnership.
Validating Dreams and Visions of the Dying. Dr. Christopher Kerr, CEO & Chief Medical Officer for the Center for Hospice and Palliative Care in Buffalo, New York, and a team of researchers are studying the dreams of terminally ill patients who reported having dreams or visions of lost loved ones and described their dreams as feeling “more real than real.”