(603) 934 - 3454

Services Provided

Home Care

Highly skilled care and education for all ages, in the home, retirement community or assisted living facility, to get you back to living your life.

Your care team is dedicated to your success through:

· Assessment, care and teaching with our team of Registered Nurses

· Management of chronic illnesses

· IV therapy

· Medication management and teaching

· Wound Care management and teaching

· Palliative Care

· Surgical aftercare and therapies

· Licensed Home Health Aids for personal care

· Physical Therapy

· Occupational Therapy

· Speech Therapy

· Medial Social Work


End of life care for people where they live, whether that is in your home, a skilled nursing or long term care facility, a retirement community or assisted living.

We offer:

· 24-hour/ 7 day a week on-call support

· Personalized symptom management

· Therapeutic massage or other therapies

· Help with personal care and home making

· Volunteers for support and companionship

· Spiritual care and emotional support for loved ones

· Bereavement and grief support

· Appropriate medical equipment and supplies

· Volunteers for companionship and support

Community Health

We are engaged throughout the communities we serve in Senior Centers, Churches, Long Term Care facilities or any community location with a need.

Please see the calendar on our website for details and contact us if you are a group with a request.

· Free Educational programs

· Free Blood Pressure clinics

· Low cost Foot Care Clinic

· Vaccination and Immunization clinics

Private Duty

We have a team of homemakers and licensed nursing assistants that offer a full range of services to assist individuals remain independent in their homes.

We offer assistance with: 

· Light Housekeeping

· Laundry

· Light meal preperation

· Grocery shopping and errands

· Bathing and grooing

· Skin care

· Incontinence care

· Medication management

· Ostomy care

· Colostomy care

· Chronic disease management

· Foley catheter care

· Simple wound care

One on One Grief Counseling

Grief one on one sessions by  appointment—available by phone, in—person, or Zoom.  Call us to  schedule your appointment

Grief Group

The 3rd Tuesday of every month, beginning April 16th, Franklin VNA & Hospice will be hosting a Drop-In Grief Support Group from 2:30 – 4pm. Anyone who has suffered a death is welcome, whether they were the caregiver, family member, friend, or a community member. The grief groups will be facilitated by our Medical Social Workers. There is no registration or fee to attend this group. For more information call 603-934-3454 or email info@franklinvna.org

Grief has no timetable. It may come in waves during the turbulent months of a loved one’s illness and then intensify after he or she has passed away. Each experience is unique and deeply personal. Emotions run the gamut from sadness, anxiety and guilt to anger, helplessness, and depression. What many people who’ve lost someone they love want, is the opportunity to be able to talk about their loved one in a space where they can safely share what they are going through with people who have had a similar loss in an environment structured to help them navigate the grieving process.

This drop-in grief group is designed to help people on that journey. Grieving is our response to sorrowful change, and grief takes as long as it takes. There is no magic length of time until you are better.

But with support and the freedom to share what you are going through it can help you accept and learn to live with your new reality.



 Every day, hospice volunteers touch the lives of our patients and their families. Whether you are listening to a patient’s stories, reading to them, preparing a meal, holding their hand while listening to soothing music, or running an errand, each kind gesture makes a huge impact on those we serve. Will you spend two or more hours a week making a difference in life of another? For as little as 2-4 hours a week, volunteers can offer companionship, respite care, and their own unique skills to assist patients and their family members in the community.






4 week sessions




Next Session:


Fall 2023

 This free training focuses on how to provide comfort, support, and a reassuring presence to Hospice patients and their families.

 You must attend each class in order to get your certificate.

 For more information or to register please contact Cherrie Murray at 603-568-6145 or cmurray@franklinvna.org