NEW CANAAN, Conn. -- Waveny LifeCare Network’s home-care division, Waveny Home Healthcare, has moved into the community to 21 Grove St. on the second floor above Weed & Duryea.
Waveny’s Grove Street office now houses all of Waveny’s community-based staff and services, including Waveny Home Healthcare, which offers a full spectrum of licensed, professional in-home nursing and therapy services; Waveny at Home, which provides non-medical homemaker and companion services; and Waveny’s Geriatric Care Managers, who manage and facilitate care in complex medical circumstances.
“We are pleased to finally have our community-based services located within the community itself,” Waveny CEO Bill Piper said in a statement. “Since our goal is always to help enable our home-care clients to remain safely in their own homes, we are happy to be in the community serving the community.”
Waveny Home Healthcare, which previously was located at Waveny’s main 3 Farm Road campus, serves clients throughout Fairfield County, where services and treatments can be provided within a client’s home, their family’s home or within an assisted living setting.
Waveny Home Healthcare provides services to Medicare beneficiaries, private-pay and long-term care insurance clients living in the greater Fairfield County area.
For more information on services and care provided, call 203-594-5249 or visit the Waveny Home Healthcare website.
Waveny LifeCare Network provides a comprehensive continuum of healthcare to serve the growing needs of older adults from all areas. Waveny is a not-for-profit organization that offers independent living at The Inn, assisted living for people with Alzheimer’s and memory loss at The Village, and skilled nursing at Waveny Care Center. It also includes Waveny Home Healthcare, Waveny at Home, the Brown Geriatric Evaluation Clinic, Geriatric Care Management, an Adult Day Program available on weekdays with flexible hours, inpatient and outpatient Rehabilitation Services, and respite programs at The Village and Care Center.
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